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|Smart Buildings are dead. Long live Smarter Buildings!
First off – hats off! Introducing the smarter stack!
"The Building Whisperer" https://twitter.com/BuildWhisperer
Really interesting and great approach when it comes to getting started to plot out what smarts go into a building and how it might fit with existing dimensions. A great tool to have and I will try it on for size and see how the tool fits.
The thing with tools and frameworks is that there are a lot of them out there.
I like the IoT Decision Framework from Daniel Elizalde. If you haven’t seen his work yet, you are in for a treat!
And my first question to the Monday Live crew during the webinar was how to get the Smarts framework to be adopted by the ones that need it the most. Which also opens a pandoras box in the sense that all existing stakeholders might need something that makes sense across domains. And as per usual, it is not usually one tool/framework that is needed, but many in conjunction at specific times.
Again, the systems, the people, everything
is here as ingredients. But how can we create the recipes? And how can we help
each-other become smarter in the process?
“We probably need a course
adjustment and keep our eyes on the road still. But to also ensure that we can
take our hands off the wheel, knowing that we should be able to take control at
any given point in time. “
- How can we share knowledge between stakeholders?
- How can we bring in more youthful people to the industry?
- And how can we enable buildings to become smarter and smarter and possibly Smart Buildings?
- What was potentially missing from the Smarter Stack?
Which reminds me of this article from Troy Harvey, who will soon be a guest on the Beyond Buildings Podcast talking about the past, present and future of building automation.
Maybe it is less about Smart Buildings and more about understanding where buildings, companies and existing systems are and take the necessary steps to become smarter. And along the way towards becoming truly smart we first must get digital. Where buildings might or might not be more advanced than the people and organizations managing them, servicing them, nor using them.
We probably need a course adjustment but also keep our eyes on the road for a while longer. And to also ensure that we can take our hands off the wheel, knowing that we should be able to take control at any given point in time. But we are getting there. And considering that buildings still are energy enthusiastic, we better get to a point where smartness also includes sustainability, security as well as the context of buildings which is the connection to the outside world.
“What I've learned is
everything that we do, whether it's FTD, whether its analytics, whether it's
systems integrations, um, that's not the end goal. That's the means to the end
goal and what everyone needs to keep in mind is this is about climate change.
This is about making the world a better place.” - Don Kasper
Coincidentally, this is exactly what episode 🎧#28 of the Beyond Buildings Podcast was all about! We talked to Don Kasper about going Beyond Buildings and how to get started in commanding the future, where part 2 will be more about AI-ML models and how to enable that level of smartness from above.
weather, climate crisis here. And if the ingredients exist, how do we create
and share the recipes? How do we move towards systemic change? And what factors
should modern systems cater to? People? Other systems? AI?
And where do
companies start? Do they start with adding new sensors? Or making sense of the
old? And how can we learn from industrial ways of working and share knowledge freely
between people as well as systems?
Maybe Automation ML and other tips and tricks might
do some of the jobs necessary. But it’s one thing to create tools and
frameworks for the ones that want to look at the ingredients. And another thing
entirely to get it out there and create value for the ones that need the
outcomes of getting the recipes right. I will tackle the Chicken and egg
situation with how to get started soon so keep your eyes and ears open.
This and more
will be discussed during the next episodes of the Beyond Buildings Podcast and
in the newsletter, so stay tuned for more. And do connect with me on Linkedin if
you have not done so already!
And if you or someone you know need help with questions regarding strategy, innovation, and figuring out how modern technologies can help you where you are today. Look no further. WINNIIO will always be by your side. Just reach out to me, Nicolas Waern, on LinkedIn or check out my Podcast Beyond Buildings if you need any assistance.
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Nicolas Waern is the CEO, Strategy & Innovation Leader, and a Digital Twin Evangelist at the consulting firm WINNIIO. He is a firm believer that the Real Estate Industry needs more of a lifecycle focus where we need to go Beyond Buildings and come back with an understanding what tools and technology we could use. And to solve the jobs to be done, together, with an open mindset.
working with leaders in several industries to understand how they can succeed
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