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Active ​​​​​​​​TAFTs

  
  
  
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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TAFT Proposals

  
  
  
Thematic Area(s)
  
draft_bim4cities.pdfdraft_bim4citiesBuilding Information Model for CitiesTA1
draft_eamado.pdfdraft_eamadoEnvironmental assessment methodologies applied to districts operations (development and refurbishment)TA1
draft_ufab.pdfdraft_ufabUrban Fabrics and PatternsTA1

Any individual can propose the formation of a Task-And-Finish-Team (TAFT) by registering as participant of the CPTF and submitting thereafter a charter of the proposed work. TAFTs are the centers of activity in the CPTF. They carry out R&D activities to deliver CP Agreements (CPA) within the Thematic Areas (TAs) listed below, which are coordinated by TA directors. TAFTs are approved by the CP Technical Steering Committee on the basis of Charters​. The Chair and Co-Chairs of the TAFT manage the work planned in the Charter and report to the corresponding TA director​.

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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