Creating the definition

To build a consensus on smart: what it means, how it can be valuable to owners and users, and (crucially) how to measure success when delivering a smart building – the WiredScore Smart Council was formed.

Comprising over 90 global, forward-thinking companies, the WiredScore Smart Council worked with WiredScore for over a year to form a global definition of smart buildings, and develop a framework for WiredScore’s new certification for smart buildings (SmartScore), designed to serve both the owners and users of the buildings around the world.

The WiredScore Smart Council marks the first time landlords, tenants and real estate leaders of such caliber have come together to combine their knowledge and expertise to provide a dedicated approach to the impact of smart buildings within real estate.

The WiredScore Smart Council is the first of its kind in both scale and process. As a result, WiredScore’s definition of smart is uniquely accurate, relevant and expertly informed – and the only definition generated by the industry, for the industry.

With many thanks to the companies who have provided case studies for this white paper, and to all the WiredScore Smart Council Members and Research Advisors for their generous and insightful input into WiredScore’s smart research and development process.

Smart Council

Allianz Real Estate
Allied Properties REIT
Art-Invest Real Estate
AXA
Blackstone
British Land
CBRE Global Investors
Coima
Commerz Real
Deliveroo
Derwent London
EDGE
Fifth Wall
GECINA
Great Portland Estates
HFD Property Group
Hines
Hudson Pacific Properties
ISPT

 

Ivanhoe Cambridge
The John Buck Company
KingSett Capital
Kirsch
KPMG
LaSalle Investment Management
Landsec
Legal & General
Lendlease
MOMENI
Nuveen Real Estate
Patrizia AG
PGIM Real Estate
PRIMONIAL
Rudin Management Company
Signa
Skanska
U+I

Research Advisors

5Q Cyber
AECOM
Alpha IC
Alpha Property Insights
Arc Skoru
Arcadis
ARP-Astrance
Arup
Barbanel
BNP Paribas
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner
Buro Happold
Cap Terre 
CBRE 
Cisco Systems 
Cohesion IB 
Cordless Consultants Limited

 

Cushman & Wakefield
Deerns
Demand Logic Limited
Egis Group
ELAN
Ellis Don
Ethos Engineering
Foster + Partners 
G/On GIGA
GOLDBECK 
Green Affair 
HB Reavis HqO 
Ingérop 
Intelligent Buildings 
Jim Read 
JLL 
M3 Consulting
Manexi

 

Meld Strategies 
Newcomb & Boyd
PROJEX
Siemens
Sinteo
Smart Spaces
Smith + Andersen
SOCOTEC
Sweco
Syska Hennessy Group
The Flow
Thing-it
ThoughtWire
Tribu Energie
Tridium
Vanti
WSP

The technological foundations for smart.

The technological foundations of a smart building can be formed into six broad categories. Within these categories, the hardware, software, services and procedures required for success must be considered together.

Chapter 4

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SmartScore is the global certification for smart buildings, helping landlords understand, improve and communicate the user functionality and technological foundations of their buildings.

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