CAN/CIOSC 106-1:20XX (D2)
Connected Cities - Part 1: Discovery of Digital Twins for Built Environments
The 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 Standard applies to all sectors, including public and private companies, government entities, and not-for-profit organizations.
Date posted: July 19, 2021
Comment due date: August 21, 2021