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Active ​​​​​​​​Task Teams

  
  
  
cdm-beeCommon Data Model – Buildings Energy+EmissionsMathieu.baisez@engie.com; m.jansen@cityzenith.com; Dave.Welsh@microsoft.com
cioCity anatomy Indicator-supporting Ontologiesmsf@eil.utoronto.ca, dave.welsh@microsoft.com
crsucCity Resilience and Security Use Casesifontanals@opticits.com; mgarcia@cast-info.es
diciData Interoperability and City Indicatorslsanz@bcn.cat; robert.rallo@urv.cat
ospOpen Sensors Platformjcirera@bcn.cat; llahozg@bcn.cat
umisUrban Metabolism Information SystemsSeb.Moffatt@ConsensusInstitute.org

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Completed Task Teams

  
  
  
Anatomy of City Habitatvguallart@bcn.cat; robert.rallo@urv.cat; fgiralt@cityprotocol.org

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THEMATIC AREAS

​Thematic Area (TA)​TA Index​Subsystems​Description
​STRUCTURE ​​​TA1 ​EnvironmentAir, soil and water

​Infrastructures

​Networks of information, water, energy, matter, mobility and nature, with their respective cycles, including food

​Built Domain

​Includes all scales: Objects, houses, buildings, blocks, neighborhoods, districts, city, metropolis, etc., and also the public space (Relational spaces such as squares, streets, parks, green areas, neighborhood orchards, etc.)

​​INTERACTIONS

​​TA2

​Functions

​Includes all services and activities: Living, working, shopping, leisure, health, education, culture, sports, security, etc.

​Economy

​Wealth production and distribution, commerce and trade, investment, competitiveness, entrepreneurship, etc.

​Culture

​Includes diversity, social expression (tangibles and
intangibles), architectural heritage, etc.

​Information

​City OS, tools and apps, open data & systems, data in/out, and performance

​​SOCIETY

​TA3

​Civil Society

​Citizens, organizations, business and participation

​Government

​Includes Leadership, vision and priorities, laws and regulations, and social empowerment

​CITY MODELS

​TA4

​All layers above

​Range from 3D - 5D models for Cities and Urban Communities as a whole to modelling and simulation of any element or set of interrelated elements in TA1 - TA3