Glasgow-based internet of things (IoT) innovator iOpt has won a global industry award for its solution to monitor environmental conditions in social housing.
Renfrewshire Council is to install Internet of Things (IoT) technology in its social housing stock which measures temperature, humidity and carbon dioxide levels and provides early alerts on issues such as problems with ventilation and potential dampness. (from left) Dane Ralston, MD; Jack Slater, h
Glasgow-based tech company iOpt has made two senior appointments to help facilitate its ambitious plans for growth. (from left) Dane Ralston, founder and managing director; data scientist Lewis Forster; operations director Stewart Curruth and head of technology Jack Slater
Three blocks of Glasgow flats have become some of the most technologically-advanced in Scotland following the completion of a public-private sector collaborative project undertaken by partners including Maryhill Housing. The 20-storey Glenavon Road tower blocks, which contain 360 homes, have been fi
Tech start-up iOpt is the only Scottish company to win a global competition to find companies with technologies who can help facilitate better and more efficient management of building facilities and services. Run by one of the UK's largest property management companies, Places for People, the compe
A Glasgow data company that helps monitor large rental property portfolios has received an investment boost to implement its scale up plans. Tech start-up iOpt now plans to create six jobs over the next two years after it received £600,000 in a seed funding round.
Dane Ralston, director at iOpt Assets An internet of things (IoT) initiative underway in Renfrewshire is helping to tackle fuel poverty in social housing and could save local authorities millions of pounds on property management and repair bills.