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|Definitionskos:definition||This White Paper supports development of a Smart Cities Spatial Information Frameworkbased on these themes:K Smart Cities are high-density generators of innovation and information.K Location information is a major enabler of Smart City technology benefits.K Benefits of smart technology must be judged by benefits to residents.K Reuse and repurpose is vital to urban resilienceK Open standards are needed for interoperability, efficiency, application innovationand cost effectiveness.Discussion of these themes and this white paper will occur at the OGC Smart CitiesLocation Powers Summit in Tokyo on December 2, 2014,1 the co-located OGC TechnicalCommittee meeting, and in many other forums in the future. As described in this paper,there are many standards initiatives that focus on Smart Cities. Most Smart Cities usecases in some way involve indoor and/or outdoor location, and thus communication aboutlocation is an issue that cuts across the work programs most of the standardsorganizations that are involved with Smart Cities.This white paper builds on the OGC - Directions Magazine webinar: Making LocationWork for Smart Cities the Case for Location Standards2.|
|labellabel||OGC Smart Cities Spatial Information Framework|
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|OGC document typedoctype||OGC White Paper|