TR 38 : 2014 provides guidance on the communication and application interface standards for the development and deployment of sensor network(s) for public areas in Singapore.
Aims to specify a technology-independent reference architecture in support of the development of specific architectures for applications or systems for IoT or sensor networks which are interoperable with each other through a set of well-defined interfaces to achieve seamless data exchange and information use.
Recommends a minimum set of coherent international or industry standards for interface interoperability of information and services that supports a variety of applications across multiple industries and are suitable for deployment on a nation-wide scale.
ISO/IEC 20005:2013 specifies services and interfaces supporting collaborative information
processing (CIP) in intelligent sensor networks which includes:
— CIP functionalities and CIP functional model
— Common services supporting CIP
— Common service interfaces to CIP
ISO/IEC 29182-1:2013 provides a general overview of the characteristics of a sensor network and the organization of the entities that comprise such a network. It also describes the general requirements that are identified for sensor networks.
ISO/IEC 29182-7:2015 provides a general overview and guidelines for achieving interoperability between sensor network services and related entities in a heterogeneous sensor network.
IEC 62061:2015 specifies the system architecture and the communication protocol of Wireless networks for Industrial Automation - Process Automation (WIA-PA) that is built on IEEE STD 802.15.4-2011.
IEC 62734:2014 provides specifications in accordance with the OSI Basic Reference Model, ISO/IEC 7498-1, (e.g., PhL, DL, etc.). It is intended to provide reliable and secure wireless operation for non-critical monitoring, alerting, supervisory control, open loop control, and closed loop control applications. It defines a protocol suite, including system management, gateway considerations, and security specifications, for low-data-rate wireless connectivity with fixed, portable, and slowly-moving devices, often operating under severe energy and power constraints.