The Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) program provides a collaborative platform for the development of smart cities and communities, led by National Institute of Standards and Technology, a bureau of U.S. Department of Commerce. Because many of today’s smart city/community development efforts are isolated and customized projects, NIST, in 2014, launched the Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) to encourage collaboration and the development with industry leadership of voluntary, consensus standards. The Global City Teams Challenge’s long-term goal is “to demonstrate a scalable and replicable model for incubating and deploying interoperable, adaptable, and configurable IoT/CPS technologies in smart cities/communities.”
The 2018 round of projects encourages participating teams to have additional focus on cybersecurity and privacy as the first order concern, as well as all existing GCTC goals such as replicability, scalability and sustainability. Visit GCTC-SC3 Participation Guide if you want to create a new action cluster.
Pages in category "Year 2016"
The following 45 pages are in this category, out of 45 total.
- Safe Community Awareness and Alerting Network (SCALE)
- Saitama City Smart Community Project
- Smart and Accessible Transportation Hub
- Smart Car Talk
- Smart Cities Dashboard in the City of Bellevue WA
- SMART Emergency Medical and First Response Multiteam Systems
- Smart Emergency Response System - SERS
- Smart Replicable Solutions to Water-Energy Nexus Challenges
- Smart Transit Hubs - B Smart
- SmartCU - Covenant University Smart City