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To facilitate peaceful relations, international cooperation between peoples, and economic and social development by means of efficient telecommunications services.
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Address broad market needs
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Open new marketsand applications
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It includes studies relating to Big data aspects of IoT and SC&C, e-services and smart services for SC&C
ITU-T Study Group 20:Internet of things (IoT) and smartcities and communities (SC&C)
Responsible for studies relating to IoT and its applications, and smart cities and communities (SC&C).
Internetof things (IoT) and its applications
SmartCities and Communities (SC&C), including its e-servicesand smart services
ITU-T SG20 Structure
ITU-T SG20 Regional Groups
Most recent approved ITU-T Recommendations (1)
Recommendation ITU-T Y.4101/Y.2067 provides the common requirements and capabilities of a gateway for Internet of things (IoT) applications. The provided common requirements and capabilities are intended to be generally applicable in gateway application scenarios.
This Recommendation describes requirements for providing transportation safety services. The use cases and related service scenarios which are used to extract requirements for variousIoTservices and applications are also described in this Recommendation.
The purpose of this Recommendation is to describe characteristics, specific requirements and capabilities of theIoTfor support of wearable devices and related services.
This Recommendation introducesIoTnetwork capability exposure (IoTNCE). TheIoTNCE is a functional entity in network domain, and facilitates the Internet of things (IoT) applications and services to make full use of capabilities of their underlying networks. TheIoTNCE can optimize user experience, improve network efficiency and expose network capability in order to optimizeIoTapplications and services.
This Recommendation provides a classification of the security issues for the Internet of Things and examines how the security threats may affect safety, in order to determine which security capabilities specified in Recommendation ITU-T Y.4401/Y.2068 support safe execution of the Internet of Things.
Most recent approved ITU-T Recommendations (2)
ThisRecommendation complements the developments on common requirements of the IoT [ITU-T Y.2066] and functional framework of the IoT [ITU-T Y.2068] in terms of the specific requirements and capabilities that the IoT is expected to support in order to address the challenges related to Big Data.
This Recommendation specifies reference architecture of IoT device capability exposure (IoT DCE) which supports IoT applications in DCE devices (e.g., smart phones, tablets and home gateways) to access device capabilities exposed by IoT devices connected to the DCE device.
This Recommendation explores the set of requirements for identifier services used in Smart City. An identifier service for Smart City must be scalable and secure, and not only promote interoperability among different Smart City applications, but also compatible with any existing practices in the application domain.
FocusGroup on Data Processing and Management to support IoT and Smart Cities & Communities(FG-DPM)
Topropose mechanisms , frameworks and guidelines for supporting the security, privacy and interoperability of datasets and data-management systems within the IoT and smart city domain.
JCA – IoT and SC&C
Tocoordinatethe activity on IoT & SCC across ITU-T Study Groups and to coordinate with ITU-R and ITU-D.To provide a visible contact point IoT and SC&C activities in ITU-T, to seek co-operation from external bodies working in the field of IoT & SCCand enable effective two-way communication with these bodies.Maintenance of a list of cross-SDO IoT & SCC standardization items and associated roadmap.
Co-Conveners:Hyoung Jun Kim (ETRI,Korea)FabioBigi(Italy)Secretariat:Contact:email@example.com
D.2r16- IoT and SC&C standards roadmap(free download) –Send us your inputs!
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ITU-T SG20 main resultsOctober 2015 – August 2017
ITU-T Y.4113“Requirements of the network for the Internet of Things”ITU-T Y.4114“Specificrequirements and capabilities of the IoT for Big Data”ITU-T Y.4115“Referencearchitecture for IoT device capability exposure"ITU-T Y.4451“Framework of constrained device networking in the IoT environments”ITU-T Y.4452“Functional framework of Web of Objects”ITU-T Y.4453“Adaptive software framework for IoT devices”ITU-T Y.4553“Requirements of smartphone as sink node for IoT applications and services”ITU-T Y.4702 “Common requirements and capabilities”ITU-TY.4805“Identifier service requirements for the interoperability of Smart City applications”.
ITU-T Y.Supp.42 to ITU-T Y.4100series“Use cases of User-Centric work Space (UCS) ServiceITU-TY.Supp.34 to ITU-T Y.4000series"Smart Sustainable Cities - Setting the stage for stakeholders' engagement"ITU-T Y.Supp.33 to ITU-T Y.4000series"Smart Sustainable Cities - Master plan"ITU-T Y.Supp.32 to ITU-T Y.4000 series"Smart sustainable cities - a guide for city leaders“ITU-T Y.Supp.31 to ITU-T Y.4550series"Smart Sustainable Cities - Intelligent sustainable buildings“ITU-T Y.Supp.28 to ITU-T Y.4550series”Integratedmanagement for smart sustainablecities”;ITU-T Y.Supp.29 to ITU-T Y.4250series“Multi-serviceinfrastructure for smart sustainable cities in new-developmentareas”;ITU-T Y.Supp.30 to ITU-T Y.4250series“Overviewof smart sustainable citiesinfrastructure”;ITU-T Y.Supp.27 to ITU-T Y.4400series“Settingthe framework for an ICT architecture of a smart sustainablecity”.
Flipbookon Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things
Publication on IoT and Smart Sustainable Cities
Flipbook on Shaping smarter and more sustainable cities: Striving forSustainable Development Goals
This flipbook presents a compendium of the first set of ITU international standards for IoT, providing a resource of great value to standards experts interested in contributing to the work of ITU-T Study Group 20.
This compendium of Technical Reports and Specifications details policy and technical considerations relevant to the development of SSC, providing policymakers and engineers with valuable reference material to guide their pursuit of happier, safer life in our cities.