#13 Smart Cities: International Norms and Standards

As the smart cities become one of common goals for further spatial development of urban areas, the certain standardisation, definition and classification of this fairly new subject needed to emerge. In this article you will find current and most important standards focusing on smart city sector and organisations issuing them.

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Fig. 1 Standardization efforts in Smart Cities

BSI and ISO

In 2014 organisations such as British Standards Institutions and International Organization for Standardisation created several documents regarding brigh spectrum of implementation the idea of smart cities, together with its theoretical understanding.

BSI is a global corporation and cofounder of ISO and is the biggest certifying organisation in the world. It focus lays on developing standards and provisions of services regarding those standards. It also issues PAS, Publically Available Specification, standard-like documents, created in a short time, mostly for urgent market needs.

Documents that sort, order and categorise procedures regarding development of smart cities:

BSI PAS 180: Smart Cities – Vocabulary

BSI PAS 181: Smart city framework – Guide

BSI PAS 182: Smart city concept model

PD 8100: Smart city overview

PD 8101: Smart cities. Guide to the role of the planning and development process

ISO 37120: Sustainable development of communities – Indicator for city services and quality of life

ISO 37121: Inventory and review of existing indicators on sustainable development
and resilience in cities

ISO 3701: Sustainable development in communities – Management systems- General principles and requirements

ISO 3712 – parameters that help cities in evaluating and measuring progress in enhancing quality of life and executing the idea of sustain city development

ISO 37150: Smart community infrastructures – Review of existing activities relevant
to metrics

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Fig. 2 Smart City Framework BSI PAS 181

Documents/organisations/directives that specify roles and importance of spatial and geoinformatic datas in building and developing smart cities:

ISO 9100

Open Geospatial Consortium

INSPIRE, European Union directive

IEC Standards

“IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) is the world’s leading organization for the preparation and publication of International Standards for all electrical, electronic and related technologies.”

(cf. http://www.iec.ch/about/?ref=menu)

IEC 63152 ED1: City Service Continuity against disasters – the role of the electrical supply

IEC TS 63188 ED1: Smart Cities Reference Architecture Methodology (SCRAM)

Full list of IEC documents

IEEE-SA Standards

The IEEE Standards Association is another organisation which just as ISO concentrate on standardisation documents.

IoT sector:

IEEE P2413: architectural framework for the Internet of Things (IoT)

Energy sector:

IEEE 1547: distributed resources in electric power systems

IEEE 1815: electric power systems communications

IEEE 2030:  smart grid, including electric vehicle infrastructure

Smart transportation sector :

IEEE 1609: intelligent transportation

IEEE Std 2030.1.1-2015: IEEE Standard Technical Specifications of a DC Quick Charger for Use with Electric Vehicles

IEEE 2040: connected, automated, and intelligent vehicles (IEEE pre-standards activities)

German Standardization Roadmap / DIN/DKE

GSR, a collab of Deutsches Institut für Normung e. V. (DIN) and  German Commission for Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies of DIN and VDE (DKE) concentrates in on transport management and intelligent transport systems.
DIN CEN/TS 16157-1: Intelligent transport systems – DATEX II data exchange specifications for traffic management and information – Part 1: Context and framework

DIN EN 28701: Intelligent transport systems – Public transport – Identification of
Fixed Objects in Public Transport (IFOPT)

CEN/ISO TS 17425: Intelligent transport systems – Cooperative systems – ITS application
requirements and objectives for selection of communication profiles
CEN/ISO TS 17426: Intelligent Transport Systems – Cooperative Systems –
Contextual speeds

CEN/ISO TS 17427: Intelligent Transport Systems – Cooperative Systems –
Roles and responsibilities in the context of co-operative ITS based
on architecture(s) for co-operative systems

CEN/ISO TS 18750: Intelligent transport systems – Cooperative ITS – Definition of a global
concept for local dynamic maps

DIN EN ISO 19134: Geographic information – Location-based services – Multimodal
routing and navigation

DIN CEN/TS 15531: Public transport – Service interface for real-time information relating
to public transport operations – Part 1: Context and framework

DIN EN ISO 24014: Public transport – Interoperable fare management system

DIN ISO 24530: Traffic and Travel Information (TTI) – TTI via Transport Protocol
Experts Group (TPEG) Extensible Markup Language (XML)

Full document of Smart City standardization roadmap

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