International Technical Working Group on
IoT-Enabled Smart City Framework

Two barriers currently exist to effective and powerful smart city solutions. First, many current smart city ICT deployments are based on custom systems that are not interoperable, portable across cities, extensible, or cost-effective. Second, a number of architectural design efforts are currently underway (e.g. ISO/IEC JTC1, IEC, IEEE, ITU and consortia) but have not yet converged, creating uncertainty among stakeholders. To reduce these barriers, NIST and its partners are convening an international public working group to compare and distill from these architectural efforts and city stakeholders a consensus framework of common architectural features to enable smart city solutions that meet the needs of modern communities.

Developing a consensus Framework for Smart City Architectures

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Happy New Year 2017

Here is a summary set of artifacts from the framework development activity (Note: This document is a rough draft of the IES-City Framework that is undergoing rapid development and change. Therefore, no copy of this document should be used for any purpose other than contributing to the drafting process. A released version will appear via a link on this page when a draft for review is available.)

For details on the work of the working groups, see here

Please find a white paper describing this project here. And here is a slide deck describing this project here.

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