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  • Cyber-Physical Systems Interagency Working Group

    The CPS IWG coordinates Federal R&D in CPS and related areas that fall under the broad umbrella of smart, networked, sociotechnical systems. The R&D coordination enabled by the CPS IWG promotes U.S. technological leadership and global competitiveness across many sectors.

    Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS IWG)

NITRD Groups -> CPS IWG

Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS)
Interagency Working Group (IWG)




Overview

The CPS IWG coordinates Federal R&D in CPS and related areas that fall under the broad umbrella of smart, networked, sociotechnical systems. The R&D coordination enabled by the CPS IWG promotes U.S. technological leadership and global competitiveness across many sectors.

Strategic Priorities


Charter


Co-Chairs

Dr. Chris L. Greer

Chris L. Greer, Ph.D.
Director, Smart Grid and Cyber-Physical Systems Program
Engineering Laboratory
National Institute of Standards and Technology

David Corman, Ph.D.

David Corman, Ph.D.
Program Director, CISE/CNS
National Science Foundation



Scope of activities

The scope of activities for the CPS IWG includes:


Publications/Presentations/References


Federal Register Documents


Federal Smart Cities and Communities Programs Resource Guide

Federal Smart Cities and Communities Programs Resource Guide Federal Smart Cities and Communities Programs Resource Guide

The Federal Smart Cities and Communities Task Force created the “Federal Smart Cities and Communities Programs Resource Guide” to facilitate collaboration and coordination between Smart Cities and Communities (SCC) Task Force member agencies, academia, industry, local cities and communities, and other government entities. The Resource Guide describes Federally-funded research and development (R&D) programs in smart cities and communities. These R&D programs seek to embed new digital technologies into city/community infrastructure, systems, and services.


Smart Cities and Communities (SCC) Task Force

<< SCC TF was sunset 11/2018 >>

The Smart Cities and Communities Task Force is a body under the NITRD Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) Interagency Working Group (IWG). SCC Task Force coordinates Federal action and partnerships with academia, industry, local cities and communities, and other government entities to enable cities/communities of all types in accessing networking and information technologies and services.