IEEE International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2) 2019: NIST Tutorial on Smart Grid and Cyber-Physical Systems

 

 

From:               Dr. E. Griffor, Associate Director for Cyber-Physical Systems

Smart Grid and Cyber-Physical Systems Program

NIST

Duration:         2 hours and 10 minutes

The Smart Grid and Cyber-Physical Systems Program at the US National Institute of Standards and Technology proposes a Tutorial on Internet of Things and Smart Cities where advances on NIST collaborative research on IoT will be presented for discussion. The topics to be covered include (15 min each with 5 min Q&A):

 

  • IoT Capability Platform (IoTCAP), a hierarchical approach to innovation for Smart Cities
  • AI Decision Support: Reasoning about Smart City Trustworthiness
  • Quantum Blockchain applied to Banking: International Trade and Finance

Break (10 min)

  • Universal CPS/IoT Environment for Federation, a co-simulation environment for Testing and Planning
  • Automated Vehicle Challenge (collaboration with the Transportation Sector OEMs and Suppliers)
  • Global City Teams Challenge – Smart and Secure Cities and Communities Challenge, a collaboration with the US DHS

 

The primary goal of this tutorial is to communicate NIST advances on these topics and to foster discussions and collaboration between organizations implementing successful smart technologies, including citizens, policy makers, administrators, infrastructure operators, industry representatives, economists, sociologists and academicians.

 

Contact Person:           Dr. Edward Griffor, Associate Director for Cyber-Physical Systems

NIST

edward.griffor@nist.gov

1-202-430-2117