2 Structure of ISO/TC 268 Structure Scope Officers TC268 Sustainable Development in CommunitiesChairman: France Secretary: FranceManagement SystemConvenor: FranceWG1Global City IndicatorsConvenor: CanadaWG2TC268/SC1Smart CommunityInfrastructuresChairman: JapanVice chairman: ChinaSecretary: JapanWG1Infrastructure metricsSmart Community Infrastructure MetricsConvenor: JapanCommon framework for development and operation of smart community infrastructuresAHG1System AspectsConvenor: JapanTC:Technical committee, SC: Subcommittee,WG: Working Group, AHG: Ad-hoc Group
3 Scope of ISO/TC 268/SC 1Standardization in the field of smart community infrastructures, including basic concepts to define and describe smartness of community infrastructures as scalable and integrable systems, harmonized metrics for benchmarking, usage of the metrics for application to the diverse types of communities, and specifications for measurement, reporting and verification, ensuring avoidance of overlaps and contradictions with ISO/TC 268 deliverables.The proposed standards will focus on technical aspects of community infrastructures including energy, water, transportation, waste and ICT that support the operations and activities of communities.The concept of smartness is addressed in terms of performance relevant to technologically implementable solutions, in accordance with sustainable development in communities as elaborated in ISO/TC 268.
4 Outline of ISO/TC 268/SC 1 Title Smart community infrastructures Creation2012ChairpersonDr. Yoshi Ichikawa (JP)Vice-ChairDr. Biyu Wan (CN)SecretaryMr. Isao Endou (JP)TPMMr. Gerrit Harjung (ISO/CS)P-Members(16)Argentina, Austria, Canada, China, Denmark, France, Germany,Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Norway, Russia, South Africa, Spain,Sweden, United KingdomO-Members(09)Brazil, Czech Republic, Egypt, Finland, India, Malaysia,Singapore, United States, UAELiaisonsISO/TC 207, IEC/TC 111, ITU-T, GCIF, OECD, WBCSDMeetingsPreliminary meeting: May 2012, Tokyo, Japan1st plenary meeting: July 2012, AFNOR, France2nd plenary meeting: July 2013, Bornholm, Denmark
5 General Understanding on the Smart Community Infrastructures in TC 286/SC1 (1) Example of “Community Infrastructures"1EnergyPower grid, Gas, Fuels (gas station), ...2WaterWater treatment process, Industrial water, Treated water, Water Reuse3MobilityRoad traffic, Railroad, Airport, Port, River, ...4WasteWaste recovery, Recycling, ..5ICTMulti-purpose big data, Distributed sensors, Monitoring, Wifi(2) "Performances" reflected to Smartness1Residents viewpointReliability, Availability, Service quality, Safety, etc2Community managers viewpointOperational efficiency, Resilience, Expandability, Security, etc3Environmental viewpointClimate change, Biodiversity, Resource efficiency, Air pollution, Water shortage, etcSmartness should be discussed taking into account the balance between multiple viewpoints of residents, community managers and environmental
6 Recognize the difference or gap between “Community needs or issues” and “Infrastructure performance or requirement”Infrastructure PerformanceItems(indicative)ColloquialdescriptionExample (indicative, for discussion)Service qualitycan be used in anywherePopulation per public tap or standpipe Area coverage rate of mobile phone network Average distance to nearest public transport station/stopOperational efficiencycan be used any timeOperating hours (24h365days)no need to waitFrequency of train servicesease of useInformation Extent of complexity of the procedure to use (contract, payment,etc)Maintainabilityeveryone can useExtent of barrier-free multiple languageResilienceno limit of useEnergy consumption per capitano congestion (sufficient supply)Congestion level (e.g.120% of capacity) Bandwidth, speed of communicationtastyAmount of materials that have negative effect on tastecan use as expected or scheduledRate of train delay…Community IssuesPerspectiveItemsResidentsConvenienceComfortSafetyResilienceCommunityManagerEfficiencyEconomic vitalityDemographic sustainabilityEnvironmentClimate changeConservation of natural resourcesBiodiversity…Trade-offsNote: Items in the tables are indicative examples.
7 Proposed roadmap for deliverables TR Review of existing activities- Review of relevant activities- Directions for future standardization2013 (expected)TS General principles and requirements-Basic concept in community level-Neutral against specific infrastructure2014 (expected)Application to particular types of community infrastructures- Apply the general principles & requirements (PWI 37151) to energy, water, transportation, waste and ICT as the first stepApplication to diverse types of communities- Apply the general principles & requirements (PWI 37151) to typical categories of communitiesRelated areas- MRV, System aspects, etc.
8 IEC SEG on Smart CitiesSEG (Systems Evaluation Group) on Smart Cities will be set up to;Make an inventory of existing standards and standardization projects in progress in IEC, ITU-T and ISO.Monitor TC/SC work in IEC to highlight any overlap of work or potential inconsistencies,Liaise with ISO, ITU, and other organizations, fora and consortia. Represent IEC in the coordination and cooperation with other organizations, fora and consortia in the field of smart cities.Draw a roadmap in IEC with a timeline that includes a reference architecture and prospective standardization projects.The evaluation group’s tasks also includes alignment of terms and definitions in electrotechnical field referring to smart cities, providing an efficient and transparent platform for information exchange and communication between IEC and other relevant stakeholder groups.Participation in SEGs is open, but specific invitations will be made to ITU-T and ISO to take part in the Smart Cities SEG.For more information
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