These best practice guides, which have been developed through the BSI’s Cities Standards Institute, are aimed at supporting cities in effectively taking advantage of the opportunities presented by the greater availability and potential of data and digital technologies. City standards are about finding consistency in how cities work around shared challenges. If the basic ways of working can be agreed, then advanced urban services that are integrated, efficient, and delivered at lower cost, can become a reality.
- “PAS 183: Smart cities. Guide to establishing a decision-making framework for sharing data and information services”, outlines the data sharing challenges faced by local government and gets them ready for the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force in 2018. This guide is significant because it is the first sector response to GDPR in Europe, and represents the cities/local government sector leading the way.
- “PAS 184: Smart Cities. Developing project proposals for delivering smart city solutions”, helps city stakeholders take a strategic view by providing actionable guidance from inception through to the delivery and measurement of projects. At the moment technology project often exist in sectoral siloes ‘“ this guide offers a means for local government officials to adopt a more consistent approach to procurement and project planning.
Via the Future Cities Catapult.