Why Choose Us

Telecommunications

The Challenge

5G offers superior performance, but requires many more antennas - up to 10 times more than today. Telecoms providers need to find places to put them, such as streetlights, traffic lights, and buildings. These places are managed by asset owners such as cities, electric utilities and private landowners.

Today, finding places for antennas is complex and expensive. There’s a lack of information on suitable sites. Processes to connect telecoms providers to asset owners are manual and time consuming. This presents a significant barrier to deploying the telecoms networks needed to connect people and power our economy.

How Asset Market Helps

Asset Owners

  • Better connectivity sooner to benefit citizens, tenants, businesses and visitors by accelerating deployment of wireless infrastructure
     

  • Reduced admin effort and cost to manage applications and lease agreements
     

  • Earn revenue to host antennas

Telecom Providers

  • Access to more, better sites with advanced functions to quickly analyze options based on usefulness and costs
     

  • Reduced time and cost to secure site agreements and planning permits through a robust digital process

EV Charging

The Challenge

Electric vehicles will play a critical role in combating climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions. However, they require a vast number of both public and private EV chargers to improve vehicle adoption. Each of these chargers needs to be sited where it meets drivers' needs with appropriate parking and electrical connections.

 

Currently, information is scarce on available sites. Processes to coordinate between charging firms, landowners, utilities and local government aren’t scalable for the volume of chargers required.

How Asset Market Helps

Asset Owners

  • Clear view of what kind of charging is needed where and by when to inform better policy and planning decisions
     

  • Improved adoption of electric vehicles through better charging infrastructure
     

  • Reduced admin effort and cost to collaborate across multiple parties to agree site leases, planning permissions and secure subsidies

EV Charging Providers

  • Access to more, better charging sites with advanced functions to quickly analyze options based on charging demand, available space and electrical connections
     

  • Lower capital costs to meet charging demand through higher charger utilization and lower construction costs
     

  • Reduced time and cost to secure sites to that more time can be spent on deployment