A virtually hardware-free property and building management platform from Particle Space earned the Kansas City-based startup high honors this month at Intercon in Las Vegas.
“The future is bright, all buildings will communicate every interworking detail,” said David Biga, founder of Particle Space, which uses artificial intelligence and smart sensors for its residential and commercial property monitoring platform. “It’s an honor to have that hard work recognized in such a meaningful way at Intercon.”
Particle Space was named one of the “Top 50 Tech Companies” at the Internet Conference, which showcases Intercon’s mission “to enable [its] participants [to] better understand how internet companies are changing the face of businesses and driving the new global economy, by bringing together key decision makers, thought leaders and influencers on a common platform.”
The Kansas City’s startup’s technology monitors properties in real-time and alert managers to unusual temperature changes and water leaks before they become a bigger problem, Biga said. In addition, Particle Space tracks leases, late rent payments, work orders, and more, so property managers can easily manage their money and keep tenants happy while erasing the need for multiple applications to manage their property, he added.
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“Particle Space is about … streamlining all of the things a property or building manager has to think about in one place,” Biga said.
Now in its second year, Intercon brings together movers and shakers in SaaS, IoT, e-commerce, artificial intelligence and machine learning, blockchain, cloud computing, app development, marketing, and investing.
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