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2413.1 - Standard for a Reference Architecture for Smart City (RASC)

This Architecture for Smart City is intended to be used by Smart City architects, designers, operators, and users. To support rich and diverse applications that can leverage the cross domain interaction and knowledge is one of the most important enablers of a Smart City. Based on requirements of governments, enterprises and consumers, a variety of Smart City applications will be derived to create great social value. The Smart City Internet of Things (IoT) is predicted to become one of the most significant drivers of growth in various Smart City technology markets. Most current standardization activities are confined to very specific verticals and represent islands of disjointed and often redundant development. The architecture defined in this standard will promote cross-domain interaction, aid system interoperability and functional compatibility, and further fuel the growth of the Smart City IoT market. The adoption of a unified approach to the development of Smart City IoC and IoT systems will reduce vertical fragmentation and create a critical mass of multi-stakeholder activities around the world.
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