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1 The CEN-CENELEC-ETSI ‘Smart and Sustainable Cities and Communities Coordination Group’
ITU-T Forum Geneva, 13 October 2014 Monica Ibido, Programme Manager, CEN and CENELEC Management Centre

2 The Context Cities are ‘driving forces’ in generating European economic and sustainable growth Expected to deliver ‘more and new’ services, be globally competitive and meet the EU 20/20/20 energy and climate goals Need for a holistic approach to the economic, environmental, and social challenges that cities are facing The EU is expected to invest around €200m for Smart Cities in the next two years and standardization?

3 European Standards – evolution
1960/1980 Industrialization Product standards Test Methods 1980/2000 Single market Machinery safety Pressure equipment Lifts Construction Toy safety 2000/2010 Services & consumers Energy Management Systems ICT Environment Consumers 2010 – 2020 Technology Eco-design Social responsibility Accessibility Smart grids eMobility Smart Cities Advanced materials 2020 - Services? System of systems? Service innovation? Near to market innovation? European Standards – evolution …meeting stakeholder needs

4 Smart and Sustainable Cities and Communities’ Coordination Group
The SSCC-SG was set up at the end of 2012 as a CEN- CENELEC Coordination Group The Secretariat of the Coordination Group is provided by AFNOR (FR); Chairperson is Mr Jean-Félix, Managing Director of Syntec Ingénierie, and Vice-President of EFCA ETSI joined in 2014 to cover the ICT aspects Smart and Sustainable Cities and Communities Coordination Group

5 The SSCC-CG membership
Members and Observers compose the SSCC-CG Members: representatives from relevant CEN and CENELEC and ETSI Technical Committees, ETSI Secretariat, CEN and CENELEC Advisory and Coordination bodies, CCMC, partner organizations of CEN and CENELEC CEN and CENELEC National Members with an interest Observers: representatives from ISO (ISO/TC 268 ‘Sustainable development in communities’), IEC, ITU, the European Commission/EFTA, interested organisations

6 Scope of the SSCC-CG Coordinate standardization activities and foster collaboration around standardization work Advice CEN and CENELEC (Technical) and ETSI Boards, on European interests and needs, relating to standardization on Smart and Sustainable Cities & Communities Not elaborate European standards but make proposals/recommendations Take into account existing ISO/IEC/ITU deliverables and activities in view of consistency at international level

7 Activities of the SSCC-CG
It will work by consensus on: Strategic coordination Technical coordination Foster interested parties’ mobilization and support (networks of cities, industries, etc..) Synergies with the EU initiatives on Smart Cities Smart Cities Stakeholder Platform European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities (OIP)

8 Deliverables and timing
Mapping of relevant International, European and National initiatives Mapping of stakeholders and interested parties in Europe Mapping of topics and issues to be dealt with, within the scope of smart and sustainable cities and communities Roadmap presenting the outcome of the 3 Tasks Groups Recommendations for follow-up actions and for the possible creation of a Technical Committee(s) for future standardization work Tasks completed by the end of reporting to the CEN and CENELEC (Technical) and ETSI Boards

9 The context setting framework
Development of a “context setting framework”/common reference framework” providing a common understanding of how a city works and a common way to identify the key issues, challenges and opportunities faced by cities

10 Why to have a common model
To make it easier for people implementing smart city projects to find useful standards that already exist and identify more precisely what other standards are needed To identify gaps and priorities where further standardization is needed To help in the co-ordination of global smart city standards work Evolution of the GridWise approach

11 The methodology Mapping out city purposes towards different city systems Map out the city systems, the infrastructures connecting them and the city actors involved Identify the most appropriate set of layers of integration to use to map out the interdependency between the city systems Analysis of Case Studies for definition and review of relevant layers Develop generic Use Cases

12 Modelling Sustainable and Smart Cities and Communities

13 SSCC-CG activities Running workshops on the context setting framework
(November 2013, January 2014 and May 2014) Creation of User Story template and collection of Use Cases Further testing by NSBs and revised as necessary Use SDOs to fill in the database of User stories and existing initiatives (ex. Smart Cities Stakeholder Platform)

14 Outcome of the workshops
The concept setting framework useful for mapping smart city standards It can be used as basis for developing a smart city reference architecture Review as many case studies of smart and sustainable city and community projects as possible Use synergies with existing initiatives to get more case studies

15 The EIP on Smart Cities July Smart Cities and Communities European Innovation Partnership -EIP The High Level Group and Sherpa Group: shaping the EIP- SIP and OIP The Invitation for Commitments in 2014 CEN-CENELEC-ETSI Commitment and the future Action Clusters The EU funding for Smart Cities

16 The International level
ISO/TC 268 ‘Sustainable development in communities’ ISO TMB Smart Cities Advisory Group ISO/IEC JTC1 Smart Cities IEC SEG 1 Systems Evaluation Group ITU-T SG 5 Smart Cities And other SDOs ! For Europe the need to establish a common European Standardization strategy CEN-CENELEC-ETSI SSCC-CG

17 The ESOs Challenges Play a role !
Common definitions and global concepts understanding Technologies as key enablers – enlarge the standardization scenario A ‘context setting framework’ to be developed, tested and shared Find out a common way to the National/European/International level initiatives Bring (city) stakeholders on board …including citizens Education and awareness raising Promote self-assessment as the best approach for progress measurement Play a role !

18 Thank you for your attention
Website: SMART CITIES page Monica Ibido Phone :

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