The urgency of embedding sustainable thinking across all aspects of the built environment is undeniable. A sustainable building is one that reduces or eliminates negative impacts and can, in fact, create positive results for our natural environment. A smart building is one that delivers outstanding outcomes for all users through digital technology. Working with over 900 developers, landlords and occupiers, WiredScore has developed an industry standard definition of what makes a smart building. The relationship between Cushman & Wakefield and Wiredscore brings together cutting edge technology, real estate knowledge and insight, scale of talent and the opportunity to work together with the biggest names in the built environment.
Watch this panel discussion as Andrew Phipps (Global Head of ESG, Insight & Global Futurist), Jules Barker (Global Director of Product WiredScore) and Johannes Nussbaum (Head of Director Investments, Art-Invest Real Estate) really question the relationship between smart tech and sustainability.
Topics covered included:
- How smart buildings can support sustainability goals
- The importance of setting desired outcomes before exploring smart technology
- An answer to the question - Is a Smart Building a Sustainable Building?