Smart city standards lay the groundwork for building resilient, sustainable, and technologically advanced urban areas that enhance citizens' quality of life while minimizing environmental impact. ISO standards enable seamless integration between systems, accelerate deployment, instill confidence in smart city solutions entering the market, prevent vendor lock-in, and facilitate scalability.


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Bernina Express train on the Swiss alps.

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Reducing energy use through smart transportation.

Aerial view of Grenoble

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Top standards

ISO/FDIS 37175
Smart community infrastructures
Operation and maintenance of utility tunnels
ISO 37174:2024
Smart community infrastructures
Disaster risk reduction

Guidance for implementing seismometer systems

ISO 37173:2023
Smart community infrastructure
Guidance for the development of smart building information systems