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|Applications and Projects|
|Mozark Contract Tracing Platform Video deployed by the Department of Telecommunications, Ministry of Communications, Government of India|
|CoronaVirus Research Opportunities|
|CoronaVirus Research Opportunities List|
|GCTC SBSC Covid-19 Resources|
|The Smart Buildings Supercluster (SBSC) convenes public, private, and academic organizations to collaborate in the development and interrelationship of smart buildings within the smart city context.
This Covid-19 Resources page includes links to funding resources, contact tracing application testing being done in India, and two frameworks of how to approach post pandemic recovery.
|Responding to the COVID-19 pandemic - A collaboration framework for cities and solutions providers|
|The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted cities and communities worldwide. Although cities have emergency and disaster response plans, the scale of the outbreak has strained their resources and capabilities. “Smart City” technologies, with their innovative digital approaches and capabilities, offer the potential to facilitate city responses to COVID-19. As a result, municipalities have turned to technology companies for help.|
|The Smart Buildings Supercluster (SBSC) convenes public, private, and academic organizations to collaborate in the development and interrelationship of smart buildings within the smart city context. All SBSC group members and contributors to this Blueprint are volunteers, sharing their expertise in smart buildings, Internet of Things technologies and use cases, architecture, engineering, communications, building management systems, municipal systems management, mobility, data management and security, sustainability, optimal productivity and wellness approaches and technologies. We thank them for their contribution.|
|Cybersecurity and Privacy Risk Management Preparation Questionnaire and Handbook|
|This questionnaire, provided as a workbook in the appendix, focuses on organization-level and mission/business process-level cybersecurity and privacy risk management for Smart Building technologies, identifying critical assets and key stakeholders, and establishing risk tolerance. The document and process are agnostic to both the building’s purpose (e.g., hospital, residential apartments, warehouse) and to the specific cybersecurity and privacy technologies that could be integrated with the Smart Building technologies. Completion of the workbook in the appendix addresses many of the tasks involved in the RMF prepare step and the privacy framework’s identify step.|