IEEE SA P2784
PAR Approved by IEEE-SA:
"The Guide to the Technology and Planning Process to Build A Smart City"
Chair: Zack Huhn (Venture Smarter)
Vice-Chair: Jon Salisbury (smartLINK)
Secretary: Leslie Martinich (IEEE)
LIAISON: Nicholas Orlando (IEEE)
Treasurer: Mark Schnitter (Centric)
March 27, 2018 - Leadership Meeting, Open to all (not required)
April 4, 2018 - Special in-person meeting during the IEEE Green Tech Conference in Austin, TX
April 17, 2018 - Regular Monthly Working Group Meeting
May 7, 2018 - Special in-person meeting during Smart Cities Week Silicon Valley
This guide will provide a framework that outlines technologies and the processes for planning the evolution of a smart city. Smart Cities and related solutions require technology standards and a cohesive process planning framework for the use of the internet of things to
ensure interoperable, agile, and scalable solutions that are able to be implemented and maintained in a sustainable manner. This framework provides a methodology for municipalities and technology integrators to use as a tool to plan for innovative and technology solutions for smart cities.
The proposed guideline takes into consideration both technology standards and protocols as well as process and planning guidelines as a part of the overall framework. This guideline provides a process that allows for deployments to be reflective of the needs of constituents in a given area and enable data to drive best practices decisions that use technology as a tool to improve outcomes for people. This framework will provide a methodology for municipalities and technology integrators to plan for innovative and emerging solutions to seamlessly connect from city to city, state to state, and region to region.