SmartSpace Software Plc is listed on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM market under the trading symbol AIM:SMRT

SmartSpace Software Plc is listed on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM market under the trading symbol AIM:SMRT

Through SmartSpace Software Plc, our investors have a unique opportunity to access a vast and fast growing segment of the digital economy: ‘Smart Buildings’ and ‘Smart Spaces.’ Leveraging a 30+ year track record of successful and profitable delivery in the ‘Smart Buildings’ sector, and a blue chip customer base of property developers, landlords, principal occupiers of commercial property (including retail, leisure and industrial firms) and leading global investment banks, we make our customers’ spaces more efficient.

Real estate is expensive – and getting more expensive by the day. Our customers come to us to create, develop and deploy technology solutions to help them manage their spaces more efficiently and drive down costs. This includes reducing the growing costs of ‘housing’ employees by monitoring their work patterns and movements efficiently and adapting to create increasingly attractive work environments.

Furthermore, the increased interface between building management systems and the emerging functionality of the Internet of Things is contributing to growth, not just generating efficiencies and driving down costs but by creating greater engagement with building users, whether to enable greater mobility amongst the workforce or improving the experience of consumers in retail and leisure environments.

Demand for our services is being driven by new digital construction methods, costs savings from better energy management and reduced floor space, the development of ‘Smart Cities,’ increased building regulation and a desire to create an enhanced user experience in office, retail centres, airports, entertainment venues or other buildings with large footfall.

What is a Smart Building?

A ‘Smart Building’s’ operating infrastructure is typically connected into one large network to enhance the performance of the building and its occupants. This means lower capital and operating costs for the building owner, a better place to work for employees and the promotion of environmental sustainability. Fully integrated operating systems allow for real-time provision of data which, in turn, facilitates faster decision making.