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ITU-T, Smart Sustainable Cities

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ITU-T, SMART SUSTAINABLE CITIES AT A GLANCE

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ITU-T is the ideal platform for IoT and smart sustainable cities stakeholders to exchange knowledge and identify policy and standard needs.

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ITU-T STUDY GROUP 20 - Internet of Things and smart cities and communities

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ITU-T Study Group 20 (SG20) develops international standards to enable the coordinated development of IoT technologies in smart cities, including machine-to-machine communications and ubiquitous sensor networks. This Study Group is also involved in studies relating to big data aspects of IoT and smart cities and communities. 
Next meeting: ITU-T SG20 meeting,
3-13 December 2018, Wuxi, China

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UNITED FOR SMART SUSTAINABLE CITIES

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The “United for Smart Sustainable Cities” (U4SSC)  is  a UN initiative coordinated by ITU and UNECE, supported by CBD, ECLAC, FAO, ITU, UNDP, UNECA, UNECE, UNESCO, UN Environment, UNEP-FI, UNFCCC, UN-Habitat, UNIDO, UNU-EGOV, UN-Women and WMO to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 11: "Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable".

U4SSC serves as the global platform to advocate for public policy and to encourage the use of ICTs to facilitate and ease the transition to smart sustainable cities.

KPIs ON SMART SUSTAINABLE CITIES



 
The U4SSC developed a set of international key performance indicators (KPIs) for Smart Sustainable Cities (SSC) to establish the criteria to evaluate ICT´s contributions in making cities smarter and more sustainable, and to provide cities with the means for self-assessments in order to achieve the sustainable development goals (SDGs). 

Over 50 cities worldwide are already implementing these KPIs.

The list of all the KPIs for SSC along with its collection methodology are contained in:​


Flipbook on "Collection Methodology for Key Performance Indicators for Smart Sustainable Cities"   

All cities are invited to participate in this project and pilot these KPIs.

See also: ​Please feel free to contact the U4SSC secretariat should you like to find out more.

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NEW REPORT: IMPLEMENTING ITU-T INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS: THE CASE OF MOSCOW



 
The case study “Implementing ITU-T International Standards to Shape Smart Sustainable Cities: The case of Moscow” offers practical insights into the experiences of Moscow in transforming into a smart sustainable city using the KPIs developed by the United for Smart Sustainable Cities initiative (U4SSC) which are based on ITU-T KPIs for SSC Standards. It measures Moscow’s progress in reaching the objectives of its smart strategies and meeting the Sustainable Development Goals. The results of this case study provide valuable lessons to other aspiring smart sustainable cities.

Press release: New ITU case study maps the Moscow "smart city" journey. Moscow reports experience with Key Performance Indicators for Smart Sustainable Cities.

See: Presentation on Moscow Case Study

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IMPLEMENTING ITU-T INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS TO SHAPE SMART SUSTAINABLE CITIES










  
The case studies “Implementing ITU-T International Standards to Shape Smart Sustainable Cities: The Case of Dubai and The Case of Singaporedetail Dubai's and Singapore’s journey towards becoming a smart sustainable city. These case studies provide a valuable reference point to other cities pursuing smart city strategies. It also offers valuable guidance to ITU standards developers whom are responsible for the refinement of SSC’s KPIs. 

Press release: Dubai Reports Results from Implementing ITU’s Key Performance Indicators for Smart Sustainable Cities.

Press release: New ITU case study shares insight into Singapore’s ‘Smart Nation’ strategy.

ITU-T REPORTS ON INTERNET OF THINGS AND SMART SUSTAINABLE CITIES

 
As part of its research activities, ITU-T contributes to increase the body of knowledge in the area of IoT and Smart Sustainable Cities.


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GLOBAL PORTAL ON INTERNET OF THINGS AND SMART SUSTAINABLE CITIES

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This webpage provides references to external resources on IoT and smart sustainable cities.



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