PAS 182:2014 Smart city concept model. Guide to establishing a model for data interoperability

PAS 182:2014

Smart city concept model. Guide to establishing a model for data interoperability

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PAS 182:2014 Smart city concept model. Guide to establishing a model for data interoperability

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What is this PAS about?

It describes how to define the meaning of data from many different sectors such as health, education and transport to making it easier to share data and conduct data analysis across different sectors.

Who is this PAS for?

  • National and local government departments
  • Utilities
  • Healthcare providers
  • Transport
  • Construction companies
  • ICT solution providers
  • City planners and developers

Why should you use this PAS? 

For both operational and strategic reasons, it’s valuable if component systems in a smart city (e.g. health, transport and education) can share data. However, this is often difficult because each system’s data is labelled using language and terms that are unique to the sector that collected it. 

To get past this, the smart city concept model (SCCM) outlined in this PAS defines an overarching framework of concepts and relationships that can be used to describe data from any sector. 

Mapping terms from many sectors to the SCCM provides a basis for discovering and sharing data about the same thing from many sources. 

It enables information to be shared, re-used and combined, forming a valuable operational resource and a basis for future collaboration and innovation in how the city’s resources are used.  

The PAS also considers some typical smart city scenarios and proposes a ‘view’ to illustrate how combinations of concepts and relationships can be used to share data. 

This PAS focuses on semantic interoperability. However it also highlights other barriers to interoperability across a city (e.g. data security, data integrity, data quality) and proposes that a city should also consider a framework for interoperability for each of these.


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Standard NumberPAS 182:2014
TitleSmart city concept model. Guide to establishing a model for data interoperability
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date31 October 2014
Withdrawn Date19 February 2020
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)PAS 181, PAS 180
DescriptorsGovernment, Industrial economics, Culture, Infrastructure, Town organizations, Ecology, Transportation, Education, Social services, Economics, Environmental management, National economy, Health services, Regional economics
ICS13.020.20
35.240.50
CommitteeZZ/4
ISBN978 0 580 84320 4
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages64
File Size5.802 MB
NotesWithdrawn without replacement due to the publication of BS ISO/IEC 30182:2017
Price£60.00


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