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Assets with an address held on public record (typically Facilities & Flats) are highly irregular and scattered with errors and inconsistency.
Using proprietary algorithms and trained machine learning models, the platform corrects the address structure and verifies its validity with 3rd party services to ensure the address is interoperable.
Positioning data refers to the coordinates associated with the location of an asset. This could be as simple as a latitude and longitude or complex polygon coordinates that detail the boundaries of Land and Facilities.
The Unique Property Reference Number (UPRN) is the unique identifier for every addressable location across the UK.
An addressable location may be any kind of Facility, or it may be an object that might not have an address – such as a post box or an electricity substation for example.
An Energy Performance Certificate, or EPC, is a document that shows how energy-efficient a building in the UK is. It’s used for properties that are being sold, rented, or built, and it gives the property a rating from A (very efficient) to G (inefficient).
In the context of maps and geographic data, a polygon is a shape that shows an area on the Earth’s surface. It could be any kind of closed shape, like a square, a circle, or something more irregular. It’s like drawing a shape on a map to highlight a specific area, like the boundaries of a city or a park.
A shapefile is a popular file format that stores geographic data. It was developed by a company called Esri, and it’s used in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) – that’s the kind of software people use to make and analyze maps. A shapefile can store different kinds of geographic data, like points (for specific locations), lines (for things like roads or rivers), and of course, polygons (for areas like the one we talked about above).
A “data bounty” refers to a reward given for providing certain types of data. Companies, researchers, or other entities might put out a “Asset Bounty”, which is like an open request, asking for specific kinds of data they need. The reward could be money, but it might also be something else, like access to certain services or resources.
An “image geotag” is a piece of information added to a photo, which tells you where it was created or refers to. It’s like an electronic tag that says, “Hey, this thing happened or is relevant to this specific place on Earth.”
Asset intelligence refers to information or data about a specific asset – like a building, piece of land, or street furniture – that can be used to understand, manage, or improve that asset.
Crowdsourcing means gathering information from a large group of people, usually through the internet. For our platform, this means that anyone – whether they’re an asset owner, a solution provider, or a regular person near an asset – can contribute information about that asset.
You can contribute any information that helps to understand or improve an asset. This might be about its current condition, any repairs or maintenance it needs, its usage, or any other relevant details.
We take data privacy and security very seriously. Your personal data will be encrypted and stored securely, and we won’t share it with anyone without your explicit permission.
By contributing information, you’re helping to create a more accurate, up-to-date picture of our community’s assets. This can help with better management and improvement of these assets, ultimately benefiting everyone who uses them.
Yes, you can access and manage your contributed data through your user profile on our platform.
The visibility of your contributions can be controlled based on the platform’s privacy settings and your personal preferences.
You can provide information about any kind of asset, typically this includes buildings and their components, land, and street furniture. Other assets that can be uniquely identified or validated at a particular place on the earth by others can also be added to the platform.
Asset owners can use the platform to track and manage their assets more effectively, while solution providers can understand the condition and needs of various assets, which can help them offer more tailored solutions.
We rely on the honesty and accuracy of our users, but we also have systems in place to verify and validate information to ensure its reliability.
We collect data from a multitude of public assets, leveraging a wide range of data collection methodologies to ensure comprehensive coverage.
To ensure near real time updates arrive in the platform our algorithms synchronise the public asset intelligence Strand as each datasource publish their revisions.
No. Only delegated users are able to observe your business intelligence in context to the assets you subscribe to. Anyone can request to subscribe to events and media of an asset, but it is at your total discretion whether you permit them to subscribe and to which activity.