The standard describes a remote control architecture of digital community, intelligent building groups and digital metropolitan networks; specifies interactive data formats between devices and systems; and gives a standardized definition of equipment, service services, signals, and interactive messages in this digital community network. The digital community remote control network opens application interfaces for public administration, public services, property management services, and individual services, which enables intelligent interconnection, collaboration service, remote surveillance and central management to be feasible. Surveillance network, consumer electronics, remote service systems, public administration systems, security linkage systems and emergency reaction systems will be integrated into the community network seamlessly. Based on TCP/IP open systems, the network architecture adopts active and emerging technologies, supporting diverse access technologies in physical layer, supporting IPv4/v6 in network layer, integrating well with the next generation converged networks. The standard aims to provide proper remote control and collaborating management solutions for operators, community administrators, public service provider, government departments and individual users, so as to use and control facilities in community and building groups effectively, such as sensors, surveillance monitors, HVAC, lighting systems, fire-fighting systems, CEs, and so on; Public environment monitor mechanism is setup to ease energy shortage and environment degradation through remote surveillance, operation, management and maintenance, leaving a secure, comfort and convenient living environment; Energy, environment and security are taken into consideration to realize reasonable plan and remote control in community networks.
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