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IOT For Smart WorldIOT For Smart WorldN Pavan Raj2Present and future urban challengesUrban residents growing + 60 M Year60 % worlds population will be living in cities by 2050+ 100 cities of 1 M pops will be built in the next 10 yearsSubjectSmart Cities InitiativeUrbanization ChallengePurpose & Scope:Assist municipalities in managing this transition to urbanization. Raise awareness of the benefits and downsides of technology and help guide the appropriate uses of technology. By engaging with IEEE, municipalities would be assured that the best of breed technologies and standards are being utilized in their projects. Pilot in Guadalajara, MexicoThe Guadalajara Municipality has launched a major project, Guadalajara Ciudad Creativa, (GCC) whose goals are very much aligned with the IEEE Urbanization initiative. Initiative ObjectivesThe IEEE Smart Cities Initiative is a global, multi-disciplinary effort to: Create a vibrant and world wide network of cities, providing education, insights and expertiseCollaborate to share knowledge, experience and good practicesInvolve local governance, universities, industries and local IEEE volunteersAssist municipalities in managing the transition to urbanization Raise awareness of the benefits and downsides of technology and help guide the appropriate uses of technologyBuild collaboration with organizationsDeliverablesAs a framework for the initiativeWeb PortalKnowledge Database : Whitepapers, applications, metrics, use cases, etc.On-Line Technical CommunityDissemination through press releases, newsletter, conferences, social mediaFor each of the selected citiesCompletion of workshops in cities planning or building a smart cityWorking groups and whitepapersMetrics to measure effectiveness of municipality efforts to evolve to Smart CityPublished theses and doctoral dissertations from university students in each cityMOOCs Courses developed by the universities on jointly agreed upon topicsFollow-on conferencesStandardsIEEE Standards on Smart WORLD Intelligent TransportationIEEE 802.11p supports communication between vehicles and the roadside and between vehicles while operating at speeds up to a minimum of 200 km/h for communication ranges up to 1000 meter in the 5 GHz bands; specifically 5.850-5.925 GHz band within North America with the aim to enhance the mobility and safety of all forms of surface transportation, including rail and marine. 7IEEE Standards on Smart WORLD IEEE 1609 Family of Standards for Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments (WAVE) define an architecture and a complementary, standardized set of services and interfaces that collectively enable secure vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) wireless communications.More information available at Grid and Digital Energy Management Some more StandardsIEEE 1901 Series - Powerline CommunicationIEEE 2030 series on the smart grid, including electric vehicle infrastructureIEEE 1547 series on handling distributed resources in electric power systemsIEEE 1815 series on electric power systems communicationsSmart HomeeHealthVisionTo improve the quality of care and wellbeing for every person globally through the advancement of healthcare technologies based on open and interoperable standardsAR in Your FutureGlimpse into futureThank You