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ISO/IEC 17917:2024

Smart cities - Guidance to establishing a decision-making framework for sharing data and information services

Ausgabedatum: 2024-06
Edition: 1.0
Sprache: EN - englisch
Seitenzahl: 46 VDE-Artnr.: 253084

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This standard gives guidance on establishing a decision-making framework for sharing data and information services in smart cities.
It covers:
a) types of data in smart cities;
b) establishing a data sharing culture;
c) data value chain - roles and responsibilities;
d) purposes for data use;
e) assessing data states;
f) defining access rights for data; and
g) data formats/format of transportation.
This standard aims to support the sharing of data and information services within cities. For some cities there will also be a need to establish specific data sharing agreements, particularly where data is being shared by multiple organizations at once.
This standard supports a transparent approach to making decisions and creating specific data sharing agreements in order to fully realise the benefits and value of data and information services in a city.
Missing data or misinterpretation of data can lead to the wrong actions being taken by city decision-makers. A decision-making framework for sharing data can help ensure that they have the best overall data on which to base decisions.
This standard does not cover:
a) national security issues;
b) good practice for use of data by the citizen;
c) existing interoperability agreements between cities;
d) defining application programming interfaces (API) networks; or
e) any data sharing rules and regulations specific to a particular jurisdiction. It is assumed that a security-minded approach to data sharing is used by cities.
NOTE 1 Further details on the areas not covered in this standard, including information on relevant standards publications, are given in Annex A.
This standard is for use by decision-makers in smart cities from the public, private and third sectors. It is also of interest to any city organization wishing to share data.