Geographical data has spatial interaction with many sectors; It is the set of hardware, software, human resources, standards and methods necessary for the production, supply, storage, processing, management, evaluation, analysis, visualization, presentation, and presentation keeping up-to-date.


  • The possibility of accessing the municipality and its services independently of the place
  • Standard and equal service for all
  • Creating a geographically based inventory of infrastructure and superstructure assets,
  • Optimization of infrastructure works
  • Making Impact-Value analyzes of Urban Services
  • Monitoring of Critical Infrastructures
  • Urban Information Systems
  • Urban Planning
  • Pre-Disaster and Post-Disaster Due Diligence


  • Cost (Time-Distance) Effective Route Planning
  • SCADA System
  • Infrastructure Inventory Database
  • Interior Mapping Systems
  • Site Selection Analysis
  • Forecasting of Urban Growth
  • Impact – Value Simulation of Urban Services
  • Assessment of Before / During / After Disaster
  • Potential Crime Analysis
  • Coverage Analysis for Security
  • Urban Information Systems
  • Location-Based Mobile Applications


  • Instutıonal and collaboration challenges
  • Difficulties in accessing spatial data
  • Level of interoperability of systems
  • Insufficient financial resources