According to the presentation of the relevant ISO/IEC working group on the standardization of Smart Cities, the first international standard was approved that defines the indicators of information and communication systems that underlie the implementation and evaluation of Smart Cities projects. Experts of the Russian Federation from Cyber-Physical Systems Technical Committee based on RVC participated in all stages of its development as co-editors.
Following the meeting of the Working Group on Smart Cities of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), in which the Russian Federation is represented by Cyber-Physical Systems Technical Committee under Rosstandart, the final edition international standard “Information technology. Smart Cities. Smart City ICT indicators” (Information technology — Smart city ICT indicators) was introduced. The document defines a comprehensive set of assessment indicators related to the implementation and use of information and communication technologies in Smart Cities.
The official presentation of the international standard took place on December 4, 2019, during the international conference “Smart Cities International Standard Forum”, held in Jinan (Shandun Province, China). Experts and developers from China, Japan, Australia, India, Great Britain, the USA, Canada, and Russia took part in the presentation of the standard.
The draft Russian equivalent of the approved international standard is planned to be submitted for public discussion on the official website Cyber-Physical Systems Technical Committee at the beginning of 2020. In addition, critical practical aspects of the document will form the basis of the relevant sections of the preliminary national standard (PNST) “Information technology. Smart City. Indicators”, developed with the participation of Rostelecom PJSC and the Ministry of Construction and Housing and Communal Services of the Russian Federation.
Technical Committee 194 — Cyber-Physical Systems was created based on RVC in 2017. The collegial body acts as a platform for the development of the digital economy and NTI through the development of digital technology standards for new promising markets. The Committee unites leading scientific and public organizations, technology companies, non-profit organizations of hardware and software developers. Among its participants — Gazprom Neft, Rostelecom, Angstrem-T, RUSSOFT, MSTU named after N.E. Bauman, HSE, Moscow State University, etc.