Smart Buildings are dead. Long live Smarter Buildings!
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?
The Smarter Stack is an open-source tool created by the members of Monday Live! For more on the Smarter Stack, visit Monday Live
A really interesting and great approach when it comes to getting started is to plot out what smarts go into a building and how they might fit with existing dimensions. However, the thing with tools and frameworks is that there are a lot of them out there.
For instance, this IoT Decision Framework is interesting from Daniel Elizalde. If you haven’t seen his work yet, you are in for a treat!
And the first question that was asked 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. This also opens Pandora’s 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?