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Making Sense of The Built World

Living Map is a UK based digital location and mapping business, providing digital products to address the challenges faced in the use and management of complex public spaces. Living Map’s products – Live Positioning, Live Location, Live Routing and Live Mapping – sit within clients’ touch-points, be they digital kiosk, web, or native mobile App. They combine to address a number of key industry use cases. Built on the company’s unique hardware agnostic ‘blue dot’ location software, mapping and wayfinding design heritage, these technologies are used by public bodies, enterprise clients and institutions globally across transport, healthcare and responsive spaces.

If you’re looking to embark on a new smart cities project, streamline your building management or are looking for new partners with deep expertise in mapping and data applications, just fill out the form below to get in touch.

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Sales/Commercial

Brenden Beu

Press

Martina Gianoglio


 

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QA Tester

Location: Bath
  • "In Living Map, we have found a partner whose technology and vision complements ours."
    Star Alliance

    Christian Draeger

    Vice President Customer Experience, Star Alliance

  • "Our partnership with Star Alliance and Living Map, is part of our efforts to use digital technologies to provide a more seamless customer journey."
    Singapore Airlines

    Mr Lee Lik Hsin

    Executive Vice President Commercial, Singapore Airlines

  • "The team at Living Map were able to turn around this map promptly, enabling us to support our staff in their new journeys"
    RUH Bath

    Cris Fletcher

    Sustainable Travel Coordinator Estates and Facilities, RUH Bath

  • "This is a key milestone in the Museum's journey toward a scalable and sustainable solution for indoor positioning and wayfinding."
    The MET Museum

    Loic Tallon

    Chief Digital Officer, The MET Museum