Meeting to explore smart city standardisation


Wednesday, 23 October, 2019


Meeting to explore smart city standardisation

Smart city standardisation will take centre stage at ETSI’s open meeting this December, as governments, policy- and standards-makers and industry come together to discuss how they can best meet citizen and consumer needs.

During the meeting, ETSI’s Technical Committee Human Factors will present their draft report, discussing how standards can help improve smart city usability, accessibility and data security for citizens. Feedback from the meeting will be considered in the final version.

Panels will also explore the challenges associated with smart cities, how they can maximise the benefits from digitalising services, how citizen interactions with local authorities can be improved and the current ‘Smart City Standards Landscape’ — including where and how standards are being used and whether there’s a need for more collaboration between standards organisations.

ETSI’s Open Meeting on Smart Cities and Communities will be held in Brussels on 11 December.

More information on the event can be found via ETSI’s website.

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