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ITU-T Y Suppl. 68 (05/2021)

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Framework for Internet of things ecosystem master plan
A healthy Internet of things (IoT) ecosystem can be an effective tool to increase industry competitiveness and citizens' wellbeing. There are many areas where IoT can be deployed, such as agriculture, health care, consumer goods, industry, and education, and it may not be practical or possible to act on all verticals at the same time. An IoT master plan is intended to focus resources on priority verticals or areas with the aim of producing more effective results taking into consideration the country's particular environment (e.g., challenges and opportunities) and priorities. When defining this master plan, it is important to consider international benchmarking and have a holistic methodology that considers the country's priorities but also takes into account the potential demand, supply and development capacity when selecting priority vertical domains. It is also crucial to engage relevant stakeholders, including those from various verticals, industries, government, academia and civil society throughout the process, from plan development to execution, to support effective deployment. Therefore, this Supplement describes a framework to support Member States to define their IoT ecosystem master plan, based on vertical domain assessment and identification of technical aspects to support the selected verticals. It also presents some actions to support the master plan deployment.
Citation: https://handle.itu.int/11.1002/1000/14731
Approval date: 2021-05-27
Provisional name:Y.Sup-IoT-Eco-Plan
Approval process:Agreed
Status: In force
Maintenance responsibility: ITU-T Study Group 20
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