iOpt, a Glasgow-based technology start-up, has developed an IoT-based platform and associated smart devices which enable managers of large property portfolios to monitor the environment of their assets remotely.
Dane Ralston, founder and managing director, iOpt, said, “Our IoT platform and sensors can help housing providers pre-empt fuel poverty problems for their tenants. Our product is designed for any organisation that owns or manages over 500 properties.
“One of the key benefits of our product is that we are helping property owners to protect the health of their tenants. Our technology will enable us, along with property owners, to make a significant difference around fuel poverty and tenant health, alongside initiatives such as the Scottish Fuel Poverty Bill.”