Living Map, a Bath, UK-based digital map and data platform, closed an £850k funding round.
The round was led by existing investors Committed Capital and Mercia Asset Management.
The company intends to use the funds to further enhance its technology and support the continued roll-out of its new service to guide passengers transferring between flights at airports.
Living Map provides a software platform that allows companies to locate and track assets or people in real time operating across both outdoor and indoor spaces. In particular,
The technology can be integrated with sensors or other monitoring systems – for example to track high-value medical equipment within a hospital, track components in large manufacturing plants or map air quality in different parts of a city.
Founded in 2010 by urban design consultant Tim Fendley, and led by Dominic Hazlehurst, CEO, Living Map now employs over 25 staff. The company has produced digital mapping systems for venues such as Canary Wharf, Heathrow Airport and the MET Museum in New York and, more recently, systems to help key workers navigate their way around Bath and the city’s RUH Bath Hospital.