Live Earth and HERE Join Forces to Provide Venue Owners With Advanced Indoor Monitoring & Tracking Solution
Live Earth to expand its real-time, visualization platform to offer integrated indoor mapping solution
AUSTIN, Texas, November 29, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Live Earth, an advanced data visualization platform for directing and monitoring complex business and security operations, has partnered with HERE, the Open Location Platform that provides advanced location intelligence, to improve operations and safety measures across indoor venues.
Through this partnership, organizations will be able to integrate HERE Venue’s detailed floor plans with a variety of assets that include sensors, door access controls and security cameras. The ability to marry detailed maps and monitoring tools with the Live Earth platform will provide venues and building owners the ability to track resources throughout the premises with far greater accuracy than was previously available.
“GIS technology has evolved and with the addition of HERE Venues, Live Earth’s platform capabilities now reach the indoors,” explained Craig Johnston, Live Earth’s VP of business development. “HERE Venue’s indoor mapping solution will add a critical layer to Live Earth’s visualization platform, improving safety measures and monitoring for organizations.”
Traditionally, venues have relied on surveillance footage and timestamps to monitor facilities. Live Earth and HERE Venue’s integrated system improves outdated surveillance and security systems by providing precise venue mapping layered with data that can be monitored within the context of a larger building. If unauthorized access should arise, for example, security personnel can immediately pinpoint an exact location and map the quickest way to address the threat. The combined technology enables faster response times during critical situations when every second counts.
“It’s one thing to drop a pin in a map and call it a security camera. It’s quite another to drop that pin, then have the ability to access the asset that pin represents, understand its data and understand the context of what’s going in and around that pin’s space,” Jim Leflar, manager, Venues Marketplace at HERE said. “This is where HERE and Live Earth’s collaboration offers a powerful use case to customers and building owners.”
In addition to security and public safety, the integration offers building managers and maintenance teams the opportunity to improve building efficiency. Building managers can set up alerts to a host of data including asset maintenance, grounds keeping, vandalism, Direct Digital Controls and fire alarms. The combined insight provided by Live Earth and HERE has the potential to reduce overall maintenance costs as well as protect valuable investments in the property.
About Live Earth
Based in Austin, Texas, Live Earth is the world’s most advanced real-time IoT Visualization Platform. Built to converge multiple live data streams and time series data into one platform, the interactive system provides real-time alerts to critical situations allowing organizations to respond quickly and increase safety. The platform seamlessly fuses data from multiple sources, sensors and systems that include weather, traffic, IoT, transportation, video management, shot detection systems and more. Live Earth supports multiple markets that include Defense, First Responders, Law Enforcement, Logistics, Energy and Transportation in order to improve efficiency and the organization’s understanding of critical scenarios.
About HERE Technologies
HERE, the Open Location Platform company, enables people, enterprises and cities to harness the power of location. By making sense of the world through the lens of location, we empower our customers to achieve better outcomes - from helping a city manage its infrastructure or an enterprise optimize its assets to guiding drivers to their destination safely. To learn more about HERE, including our new generation of cloud-based location platform services, visit www.here.com.
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Source: Live Earth