Smart tools for
smart buildings

The SMART² project in numbers:

10

Partners

6

Pilot Buildings

8

Countries

About SMART² project

The project Smart Square (Smart Tools for Smart Buildings: Enhancing the intelligence of buildings in Europe), aims to develop and deliver the appropriate tools and applications, which will enable the promotion and establishment of intelligence assessment of buildings in Europe, through buildings Smart Readiness Indicator (SRI) scheme. Smart Square aspires to deliver a cloud based open platform for assessing the intelligence of buildings, available in all 24 EU official languages, considering as well the specificities of the Member States, with a view to maximize synergies with other EU initiatives.

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Smart Square will establish an information hub, the SRI Observatory, which will monitor and document developments around the SRI and will inform stakeholders, through regular SRI Outlooks, for the new elements and the progress of the scheme. It will also set up the SRI Virtual Training Centre, an information and training hub for SRI Auditors.

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