This initiative advanced the use of open standards for integrating environmental, building, and IoT data in Smart Cities. It focused on the capabilities to be supported by a 3D IoT Smart City Platform under CityGML, IndoorGML, and SensorThings API. Scenarios explored included real-time monitoring of micro-dust and indoor occupancy.
The goal of the pilot has been to advance the use of open standards for integrating environmental, building, and internet of things (IoT) data in Smart Cities. Under this initiative a proof of concept (PoC) has been conducted to better understand the capabilities to be supported by a 3D IoT Smart City Platform leveraging the following standards:
Outdoor 3D City Model: CityGML
Geo-IoT: SensorThings API
The scenarios selected to demonstrate this concept included:
Real-time monitoring of indoor occupancy (IndoorGML + SensorThings)
Real-time monitoring of PM2.5 micro-dust (CityGML + SensorThings)
Smart cities are communities where information technology and data are used to address social, economic, and environmental challenges. Smart Cities solutions are both popular for improving city livability, and necessary for responding to trends such as climate change and increasing urbanization.
Sejong City, founded in 2007 is the new administrative city of South Korea. Sejong 5-1 (A District) is the site of a wide-ranging Smart City Initiative, led by the Korea Land and Housing (LH) Corporation. Projects under this initiative include the following:
AR/VR Service (Smart City Experience Zone)
A video of the Sejong City Smart City Initiative is available on YouTube.
The Korea Land and Housing (LH) Corporation sponsored this OGC pilot that complemented the work being advanced in the Sejong Smart City Initiative.
The following organizations were selected as initiative participants. Each participating organization had specific deliverables and tasks based on their responses to the Call for Participation.
Steinbeis Transferzentrum Technische Beratung an der HFT Stuttgart
Feng Chia University (GIS.FCU)
Call for Participation
Call for Participation (CfP) release
Proposals due Call for Participation
CfP responses due
Selection of Participants and Bidder Notifications
02-Oct-2019 to 28-Feb-2020
Initial Test and Integration Testing
Engineering Report Draft
OGC Technical Meeting in Asia
Final Engineering Report
Demonstrations are planned for the June virtual TC and for Asia will likely occur physically or virtually in Korea from in August 2020.
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