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SG20 Last Meeting Executive Summary

​Executive Summary of the ITU-T Study Group 20 Meeting (Geneva, 19-23 October 2015)

Statistics      

List of Participants by sector​

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Participants by region​

 
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Highlights of the 1st Meeting

Meeting reports:

The draft Report of Working Party 1/20 can be found in TD087 Rev.5.
The draft Report of Working Party 2/20 can be found in TD088 Rev.3.

Agreed SG20 Structure TD003 Rev.5:

  Title
PLEN 
Question 1/20Research and emerging technologies including terminologies and definitions
Working Party 1 Internet of Things (IoT)
Question 2/20Requirements and use cases for IoT
Question 3/20IoT functional architecture including signalling requirements and protocols
Question 4/20IoT applications and services including end user networks and interworking
Working Party 2 Smart cities and Communities (SC&C)
Question 5/20SC&C requirements, applications and services
Question 6/20SC&C infrastructure and framework

Results:

 Q1/20: Research and emerging technologies including terminologies and definitions

Promotion of ITU-T SG20:

Some potential areas of work for consideration in the next meeting:

Report of Q1/20: TD 077 Rev.1  

Working Party 1/20 – Internet of Things (IoT)

Results:

Q2/20: Requirements and use cases for IoT 

Discussion started on Q2/20 work plan:

Q2/20 is now responsible for studies on:

Q2/20 Living list: TD109.

Report of Q2/20: TD108.

Q3/20: IoT functional architecture including signalling requirements and protocols

Discussion started on Q3/20 work plan:

Q3/20 is now responsible for ongoing studies on:

New studies include:

Q3/20 Living List: TD118

Report of Q3/20: TD086 Rev.1

Q4/20: IoT applications and services including end user networks and interworking

Discussion started on Q4/20 work plan: 
      

Question 4/20 discussed 6 Contributions including Liaison Statements. During the meeting, Q4/20 has made progress on 2 draft Recommendations and has accepted 4 new work items as initial draft recommendations. At the meeting, Q4/20 produced 8 output documents including revised texts of on-going and initial draft Recommendations, living list and the meeting report.

Q4/20 Living List: TD074

Report of Q4/20: TD089

Working Party 2/20 – Smart cities and Communities (SC&C)

Results:

Q5/20: SC&C requirements, applications and services

Progress on draft Recommendations & Supplements:

Working title Title
Y.SC-ResidentialRequirements of Smart Residential Communities
Y.SC-OpenDataFramework of Open Data in Smart Cities
Y.SC-InteropIdentifier service requirements for the interoperability of Smart City applications
Y.SC-Overview Overview of smart cities and communities, and the role of information and communication technologies
Supplement Supp.SC-guide to Y.4000 seriesSmart sustainable cities: a guide for city leaders
Supplement Supp.SC-stakeholders to Y.4000 seriesSetting the framework for an ICT architecture of a smart sustainable city
Supplement Supp.SC-buildings to Y.4000 seriesIntelligent sustainable buildings for smart sustainable cities
Supplement Supp.SC-plan to Y.4000 series Master plan for smart sustainable cities

Report of Q5/20: TD095 Rev.3

Q6/20: SC&C infrastructure and framework

Progress on draft Recommendations & Supplements:

Working title Title
Y.frame-sccFramework and high-level requirements of smart cities and communities
Y.infraOverview of city infrastructure
Y.ism-sscA Technical Framework of Integrated Sensing & Management for Smart Sustainable Cities
Y.isw-sscIntegrated Sensor Web Resource Metadata for Smart Sustainable Cities
Supplement Supp.IMSC to Y.4000 seriesIntegrated management for smart sustainable cities
Supplement Supp.MSinfra to Y.4000 seriesMulti-service infrastructure for smart sustainable cities in new-development areas
Supplement Supp.Overview-SC-infra to Y.4000 seriesOverview of smart sustainable cities infrastructure
Supplement Supp.framework-arch-SC to Y.4000 series Setting the framework for an ICT architecture of a smart sustainable city

Report of Q6/20: TD097 Rev.1

Joint Coordination Activity on Internet of Things & Smart Cities and Communities (JCA-IoT&SCC)

The terms of reference of the Joint Coordination Activity on Internet of Things & Smart Cities and Communities (JCA-IoT&SCC) have been agreed. TD024 Rev.2
The next JCA-IoT&SCC meeting will be held in conjunction with the next SG20 meeting.

Participation of SMEs (C58 Rev.1)

It was agreed that SG20 will volunteer to carry out a pilot project to promote the participation of SMEs if this option is made available by Council Working Group on Financial and Human Resources and ITU Council.

Joint Coordination sessions

The following coordination sessions took place between:  

Dates of next SG20 meeting

Rapporteur group meetings (including e-meetings)

The complete list of planned meetings can be found at: http://handle.itu.int/11.1002/db/rgm-sg20.

SG20 Management team and Rapporteurs

Click here for the complete list of SG20 Rapporteurs and Associate Rapporteurs.
Click here for the complete list of SG20 Liaison Rapporteurs and other representative roles.
Click here for the complete list of SG20 management team.

Mailing Lists are available at: http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/studygroups/2013-2016/20/Pages/ifa-structure.aspx

Forum on Internet of Things: Empowering the New Urban Agenda

A forum on Internet of Things: Empowering the New Urban Agenda took place on 19 October 2015 and was attended by over 200 participants. This forum discussed, inter alia, the role that Internet of Things (IoT) plays in relation to converging technologies for building smart sustainable cities with integrated ecosystems.

This forum brought together smart city stakeholders, managers and engineers working with IoT applications, service providers planning on delivering IoT solutions, and policy and standards makers. It assembled IoT experts from industry, government and academia.

Programme and presentations can be found at: http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/Workshops-and-Seminars/iot/20151019/Pages/default.aspx

5th ITU Green Standards Week, Nassau, Bahamas, 14-18 December 2015

The Green Standards Week acts as global platform for discussion and knowledge-sharing in order to raise awareness of the importance and opportunities of using information and communication technologies (ICTs) to expedite the transition to smart sustainable cities and ensuring a sustainable urban future.

Overview:

More information can be found at: http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/Workshops-and-Seminars/gsw/201512/Pages/default.aspx.

Please also see ppt presentation on Highlights of the 1st Study Group 20 meeting.