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European Commission perspective on the state-of-play in terms of standards for smart cities and communities

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Presentation given by Svetoslav Mihaylov, European Commission, at Open & Agile Smart Cities' annual Connected Smart Cities & Communities Conference 2020 on 23 January in Brussels, Belgium.

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European Commission perspective on the state-of-play in terms of standards for smart cities and communities

  1. 1. Scaling up digital solutions in Europe: European Commission perspective on the state-of-play in terms of standards for smart cities and communities Svetoslav Mihaylov Policy Officer Smart Mobility & Living Directorate-General Communications Networks, Content and Technology European Commission Standards for Tech & Governance Connected Smart Cities & Communities 2020, 23 January 2020
  2. 2. Setting up the ground for smart city interoperability • European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities and project ESPRESSO • Reference Architecture Model Open Urban Platform (OUP) • DIN91357 • OASC/Synchronicity • Minimum Interoperability Mechanisms (MIMs) • Reference Architecture and Catalogue • SAREF ontology • SAREF4CITY • ETSI/OneM2M • NGSI-LD – Context Information Modelling • OneM2M platform/interoperability layer • FIWARE Reference Architecture • The Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Building Blocks
  3. 3. Smart Cities in the upcoming MFF • Digital Europe Programme • Deployment of Open Cross-sectorial Urban Platforms at scale • Roll out of innovative green and smart data services (mobility, energy, envoronment, etc.) • Testing and Expelrimentation Facilities (TEF) in Smart Cities • Digital Twins of Cities • Common data spaces • Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH) • Horizon Europe • Intervention area on smart cities in Cluster 5 Climate, energy and mobility • A new instrument - Mission on Climate–Neutral and Smart Cities
  4. 4. Joint, Boost, Sustain initiative • The signatories agree to deploy interoperable, cross-sector digital platforms based on open standards and technical specifications, application programming interfaces and shared data models • Commitment to use a commonly agreed list of standards and technical specifications to achieve interoperability of data, systems, and platforms among cities and communities and suppliers around the world • Signature event at the Cities Forum Porto on 31 Jan and online signing available 24/7 • Next steps – a steering board and action plan living-in.eu
  5. 5. Consolidated report of the DEP tech working group • Architecture Framework • EIP-SCC/ESPRESSO reference architecture • Synchronicity architecture • OneM2M Rel 2 and 3 (ITU-T Y.4500series) • Data Information Models • NGSI-LD and NGSI-LD data models • SAREF4CITY/OneM2M base ontology • Context management and marketplace enablers • Synchronicity marketplace enablers and guidlines for IoT integration • TM Forum Open APIs
  6. 6. Thank you for your attention! svetoslav.mihaylov@ec.europa.eu

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