Building X addresses the challenges of various stakeholders, including
building users, property investors, real estate companies and facility managers.
It acts as a single source of truth to eliminate complexity and supports net
zero targets. Stakeholders can now digitize and use their building data from
various sources, disciplines and systems on one single platform, Building X.
This enables a seamless user experience and the integration of their existing
software and ecosystem, including third party applications, through vendor
agnostic connectivity and open application programming interfaces (APIs). The
suite offers modular, AI-enabled applications, and built-in cyber security. It also facilitates co-creation with customers and
partners to address their challenges faster, thanks to the openness
technology, which means digital
transformation can be achieved easier, faster and at scale.
“Building X is the antidote to data silos.
We can now connect all data that smart building systems generate in one single
data lake, scaling up smart buildings faster and moving closer to our vision of
autonomous, net zero buildings. Building X creates data-based outcomes for
greater efficiency, performance and experience, changing for the better the way
we work and live in buildings,” said Matthias Rebellius, managing board member
of Siemens AG and CEO of Smart Infrastructure. “We look forward to co-creating use
cases with our customers and partners on Building X to accelerate innovation and
sustainability in the industry.”
The Building X suite currently features a
set of applications and digital services, tailored to different stakeholder
groups, all connected on the AI-enabled platform. Building X opens new
possibilities to digitalize, manage, and optimize building operations, bringing
value to both existing buildings and new ones.