IEC SRD 63273-1:2023 

Smart city use case collection and analysis - City information modelling - Part 1: High-level analysis


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IEC SRD 63273-1:2023 series aims to scope out the requirements of city information modelling standards by collecting and analysing its use cases. Specifically, the IEC SRD 63273 series achieves the objectives of identifying the key application areas and stakeholders, developing user stories and clarifying the relationship among these stakeholders, collecting and analysing use cases of city information modelling, scoping out the requirements for city information modelling standards and providing recommendations to IEC regarding urban planning and management.
The IEC SRD 63273 part 1 explains how the work of city information modelling use case collection and analysis address sustainable development goals, provides a brief overview of city information modelling, and identifies the key application areas and stakeholders of city information modelling, identifies the key application areas of city information modelling, and determines the stakeholders and the relationships among them in these application areas.

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Publication typeSRD
Publication date2023-08-25
Available language(s)English
TC/SCSyC Smart Cities - Electrotechnical aspects of Smart Citiesrss
ICS13.020.20 - Environmental economics
03.100.70 - Management systems
Stability date  2026
File size2107 KB

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