Inventory of 2014 Smart City: Policies, Standards, and More

Inventory of 2014 Smart City: Policies, Standards, and More

At the end of year-end inventory, did the small partners grab the train tickets? This year is the year of the comprehensive construction period of smart city construction from the pilot transformation. Various policies, standards, and technologies are gradually being implemented. Please follow the steps of Xiao Bian to review smart cities in 2014.

Smart City policy deployment in place

Smart cities need policies, standards, and institutional support that are compatible with their development so that they can be followed by rules and evidence. This year, smart cities can be said to have good policies.

On January 15, 2014, 12 departments including the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People's Republic of China jointly issued the "Circular on Accelerating the Implementation of Information-related Projects," and pointed out that the people concerned and concerned about the current widespread concern. To solve the people’s livelihood issues such as medical care, education, social security, employment, and retirement services, select information content that has high effectiveness, good social benefits, great model significance, and strong effect as the focus of work, and focus on resolving weak links, key issues, and enhancing information. The effective supply capacity of services will improve information to the benefit of the people and the people. Information benefits the people from the point of view of the people's livelihood and practice the promotion of smart cities is very important work.

On March 16, 2014, the National New Urbanization Plan (2014-2020), in the section “Promoting the Construction of Smart Cities”, proposed the use of physical resources, information resources, and intellectual resources for the development of cities to promote the Internet of Things. The new generation of information technology innovation applications such as cloud computing and big data will achieve deep integration with urban economic and social development. Strengthen information infrastructure such as information networks and data centers. Promote cross-departmental, cross-industry and cross-regional government information sharing and business collaboration, strengthen the development and utilization of information resources in society, promote smart information applications and new information services, promote urban planning and management information, intelligent infrastructure, and convenient public services Modernization of industry, modernization of industry, and refinement of social governance. Strengthen the security protection capabilities of key information systems and critical information resources in cities. "We also pointed out in the "Implementing Pilot Demonstration" chapter, "Continue to promote pilot projects in innovative cities, smart cities, and low-carbon cities." We will deepen the existing cooperation platforms such as the China-EU Partnership for Urbanization, expand exchanges with other countries and international organizations, and conduct pragmatic cooperation in various forms and areas. ”

On August 27, 2014, eight ministries and commissions including the National Development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology jointly issued the "Guiding Opinions on Promoting the Healthy Development of Smart Cities" and pointed out that by 2020, a group of smart cities with distinct characteristics will be established, and the use of aggregation and radiation will be greatly enhanced. The overall competitive advantage has been significantly improved, and remarkable results have been achieved in ensuring and improving people's livelihood services, innovating social management, and maintaining network security. The realization of the convenience of public services, the refinement of urban management, the livability of living environment, the intelligentization of infrastructure, and the long-term security of network security.

The above three policies, together with the State Council’s Several Opinions on Promoting Information Consumption and Expanding Domestic Demand on August 14, 2013, can be said that China’s policy deployment on smart cities is fully in place, pointing the way for the development of smart cities.

Six Smart City Standard System Projects

The standard system plays a very key role in the construction of smart cities. The standardization of smart city construction is conducive to improving the versatility of urban planning, lowering construction costs, facilitating cooperation in the division of labor in the industrial chain, strengthening interconnection and sharing among various government departments, and promoting the best technology and application practices. It is reported that by 2016, China will gradually establish and improve China's smart city national standard system. Among them, the main standard areas covered by commonality and key standards mainly include data and service integration platform, master data, data mining analysis, cross-system information interaction, information resource management and information system operation and maintenance, promotion systems, data and service integration, etc. .

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