Smart Buildings

Smart Buildings Industry Must Solve Its Own Complexity with Standards

If all buildings were the same we would be able to create a wide range of off-the-shelf devices that would work reliably via plug-and-play in any building, and most buildings would probably be smart by now. The fact that every building is unique is not the only problem holding back the adoption of smart building technologies but if all buildings were identical the market could be far more open, consumer-friendly, and accessible. There is no way we can make every building the same, and nor would we want to, but there is also no way we can continue reinventing the wheel with every smart building development. The buildings industry needs a new technical solution for the complexity it has created, both for the market and for the planet. Perhaps the most obvious issue with the unique nature of every building project is scalability. While lessons are learned with each project, the building designers, facility managers, and […]

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