Revolutionising the Social Housing Industry with Machine Learning and IoT technologies

At Morgan Sindall Property Services (MSPS) we constantly evolve and innovate to provide our clients with the most efficient and effective property management services and solutions.

Cutting edge IoT technology coupled with innovative machine learning algorithms is the power behind goldeni

The goldeni platform provides social housing landlords and tenants with real-time, actionable insights that create safe, compliant and more energy-efficient homes.

Analytics, insights, visualisation and more… bringing data to life with Microsoft Power BI.

The power of goldeni is in the data-driven analytics that turns the collected in-home and local area data into actionable insights.

Counting the cost for decarbonisation of social housing

While we all know that decarbonisation of real estate is good for the environment, the barrier to doing so can be the cost involved when going green.

Decarbonising social housing

IoT solutions are decarbonising the residential properties; starting with social housing  The UK Government’s timeline from…

Fire Safety

goldeni’s IoT enabled fire safety solutions ensure that social housing landlords have full view of the fire safety systems across their residential real-estate

IoT and the Habitation Act

The Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018 has been designed to ensure that all rented accommodation is fit for human habitation and to strengthen tenants’ means of redress.

Predictive, Prescriptive Maintenance with goldeni

If you can see something coming it is much better than the reaction you might have had if you didn’t know it was happening? Does this make sense…let us explain…

Health, Safety and Wellbeing in the Home

The wellbeing ethos isn’t just for yogis and plant food fans – it is crucial for the home and the wellness of those within it too.

Property Disrepair and IoT

Damp, leaks and damage – some of the first signs of property disrepair, and when these occur in rented properties the responsibility more often than not lies with the landlord.