CAN/CIOSC 106-1:20XX (D3)
Connected Cities – Part 1: Discovery of Digital Twins for built environments
The proposed CAN/CIOSC 106 series specifies minimum requirements for the discovery and management activities for context-rich, digital representations of built environments (i.e. Digital Twin).
The following are within the scope of this Part of CAN/CIOSC 106:
- Acquiring, collection, and organization of information and data on different subsystems and protocols used to discover and define built environments.
- Acquiring data, documentation, and maintenance of a master set of relevant location mappings of a given built environment, including the association of physical assets to a specific location.
The following are described in other parts of CAN/CIOSC 106:
- Cross-application interactions relating to handling of events and routing of notifications for context-specific notification management and control.
- Shared services model for storing, retrieving, manipulating, persisting and auditing data, with the goal to abstract provided Digital Twin solutions from the various sources of data.
- Shared contextual system that allows different subsystems to communicate with each other in one common system with a coherent representation of an entity (e.g. person, subsystem volume) regardless from which system the data comes from.
- Thresholds for measurement and verification of technology performance indicators against a set of criteria related to urban innovation use cases. (e.g. energy conservation, user experience, safety).
This Proposed Standard applies to all sectors, including public and private companies, government entities, and not-for-profit organizations.
Date posted: November 26, 2021
Comment due date: January 26, 2022