Siemens Smart Infrastructure’s smart buildings portfolio has been recognized by WiredScore’s Accredited Solutions. The accreditation for smart solution providers is granted by WiredScore, a US-based company that sets a global standard for technology in the built world through certification and education.

One of the Accredited Solutions is Building X, a scalable digital building platform. It supports customers to digitalize, manage, and optimize building operations, allowing for enhanced user experience, increased performance, and improved sustainability. Others include Siveillance, a software-based security portfolio as well as Desigo CC, an integrated building management system. They are all part of the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio.

The accreditation acknowledges Siemens’ continued efforts and investment in meeting global standards for smart buildings in terms of user functionality and technological foundation. It also highlights its strong commitment to sustainability, efficiency, and future adaptability, creating value for building owners and operators globally.

“We are delighted that Building X and our wider smart buildings portfolio have been recognized under WiredScore’s Accredited Solutions program. This underlines our commitment to improving people’s health, comfort, and safety in the built environment, and to deliver on building performance and sustainability needs of our clients. Our goal is to combine the real and the digital worlds in real estate through our accredited range of solutions, and deliver tangible business outcomes for our customers,” said Henning Sandfort, CEO Building Products at Siemens Smart Infrastructure.

Laura Hancox, director of partner programs at WiredScore, commented: “We are delighted to be working in close partnership with Siemens across their Siemens Xcelerator portfolio. To be recognized by our Accredited Solutions program demonstrates their commitment as part of a wider, industry-wide effort to provide buildings that are future-ready and suitable for the needs of the modern workforce.”