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Smart Cities Are Built on
Biodigital Convergence Standards

Referring back to who's pushing this agenda, we see the organizations at the standards level are at the top of the chain and interconnected with one another. 

 

The IEEE and IEC design standards for Biodigital Convergence.

 

The IEEE and IEC design standards for Smart City infrastructure. 

 

Let that sink in….

 

Here is a reminder that IEEE sets standards for the Biodigital Convergence. 

 

Here is a reminder that IEC sets standards for the Biodigital Convergence. 

 

Let’s begin with IEEE’s designs for Smart City standards:

 

Now let’s have a look at IEC’s designs for Smart City standards:

 

By examining IEC reports and using the search bar on IEC’s website, it’s possible to see how virtually all municipalities use standards purchased from IEC related standards organizations. All the standards organizations work cooperatively and are interconnected. One of the standards organizations working close with IEC is NIST, and seems to be mostly responsible for Smart City infrastructure in the U.S.:

Smart Cities run on the integration of technologies such as Blockchain, Digital Twins, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Metaverse of Things (MoT), Extended Reality (XR), Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), and more. These technologies all relate to the Biodigital Convergence and are part of it.

Some examples of IEC standards for Smart Cities:

So we see IEC is setting the standards for the Digital Twin, Blockchain, and Metaverse (aka MoT, Metaverse of Things) in the links above. ​

 

IEC and IEEE set the standards for nanotechnology. This is how nanotechnology connects to Smart Cities:

how nano connects to smart cities
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Every aspect of nanotechnology detailed in this website connects to Smart Cities. The list of examples is endless and encompasses all facets of society. It involves nanotech sensors imbedded into everything (including humans) monitor, collect, and transmit data from the Internet of Nano Things (IoNT) to the Internet of Things (IoT). The scope of this topic is beyond what one paragraph can convey. The information below should help in the understanding of how nanotechnology connects to Smart Cities:

 

Paul Stannard, Chairman of The World Nano Foundation at Davos talks about this topic here:

“Nanotechnology's impact on the smart cities of the future”

 

How nanotechnology can benefit smart cities

It is not necessary to become an expert in all these technologies to understand this simple point: the people who facilitate putting nanomachines in our bodies to monitor, influence and change us, are the same people designing Smart Cities. I’ll let you, dear reader, connect the dots. 

 

There are a lot of dots to connect. Once you connect them, it’s time to start disconnecting them. That is the title of this website and brings us to the “What You Can Do” section, which discusses how that’s possible.

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