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These projects explore resilient community technologies. You have two possibilities for adding projects to this list. First you can add a project here or second you can apply for an official NIST GCTC Action Cluster project here.

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This set of 11 projects is managed by the Smart Buildings team. This team unites public, private and academic collaborative partnerships to address key aspects in the development, operation and support of Smart Buildings within the municipal environment. These aspects may include supporting deployment of ICT technologies within the municipal environment, interoperability and integration, standards, performance metrics, data analytics and activation, operational autonomy, digital services, and skills and training.
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This set of 15 projects is managed by the Cybersecurity and Privacy Advisory Committee (CPAC), a public-private partnership dedicated to built-in cybersecurity and privacy best practices and considerations in Smart Secure Cities and Communities.
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This set of 41 projects is managed by the data team and aims to address friction stakeholders experience in the deployment of or operations of IoT CyberPhysical systems. These include business case, privacy guidance, licensing frameworks, and citizen outreach. Additionally, the Data Supercluster is driven by an overarching intent to encourage grassroots, corporate and scholarly proofs of business value and economic sustainability in Smart and Secure Communities and Cities. The Data Supercluster continues to engage with industry leaders, Universities and Colleges, community leaders and solution providers to synthesize a value proposition and means to prove its economic and stakeholder value.
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This set of 20 projects is managed by the Education team. The team was formed in 2018 to serve an integrating function between and across the superclusters and to address critical challenges facing communities in the areas of education and workforce development. These challenges include determining and expanding on the roles education can play in the civic technology environment, preparing the citizens of today for the workforce needs of tomorrow, and expanding access to educational resources for all members of the community.
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This set of 31 projects is managed by the Public Safety team and is a public-private partnership dedicated to identifying technologies, processes and strategies from among GCTC members to enhance public safety and resilience within smart connected communities, and improve the preparedness, response and recovery of modern society from the complex challenges, hazards and risks that threaten local and regional stability.
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This set od 9 projects is managed by theRural team with the goal to develop projects, best practices and a blueprint to assist rural communities and agriculturists increase productivity and quality of life. The ARSC will focus on efforts aimed at ensuring viable rural communities for farmers and other residents by improving educational resources (including closing the homework gap), healthcare, ability aging in place, and economic development. Special attention to farming engage best practices for precision agriculture and livestock management, including better broadband-enabled access to markets and Federal and state agencies.
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This set of 7 regional projects is a partnership of public, private and academic organizations working at the regional level to facilitate coordination and cooperation across regions that share mutual interests, infrastructure systems, economic and social goals, and ecological and environmental concerns.
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This set of 52 projects is managed by forward looking municipalities interested in preparing their infrastructure for new technologies that look set to provide better, more equitable services at lower cost. It explores the opportunities provided by first and last mile vehicles including shared, low speed and autonomous. It explores the opportunities for building vibrant communities around transfer points and mobility hubs and it addresses how these vehicles and hubs can play a role in the last mile delivery of packages and other freight.
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This set of 45 projects is managed by the Utility team with the goal or addressing leading sustainability issues in cities for Energy, Water and Waste by bringing cities and counties together in the United States and around the world with academia and technology partners to demonstrate real world class examples and best practices. The SuperCluster is managed in three groups with each group managed with its own working group chair. Each Energy, Water and Waste working group is responsible for managing active projects with a common goal to develop a common blueprint. The blueprint will represent best practices and serve as a practical guide for the implementation IoT technologies
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These 19 projects are managed by the wellbeing team with the objective of bringing together governments, commercial partners, university researchers and NGOs to remove the technical barriers to broad deployment of socially beneficial services. For an understanding of the outcomes we are striving to achieve see the work of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation exploring the circular economy and Kate Raworth balancing essential human needs and planetary boundaries.
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This set of 22 projects is managed by the Wireless team and is focused on development of best practices for the deployment of wireless systems. Wireless networks can be a tool for economic development, a lever for tackling the digital divide and homework gap, as a core infrastructure in IoT networks, and supporting smart city applications such as public safety, energy, lighting, transportation, and more.