Information Technologies enable the production, collection, processing, having processed and sharing of information (voice, data, text, image, etc.) with the support of technology. Within the scope of Smart City, Information Technologies supports many services such as city administration, energy, transportation and infrastructure horizontally.


  • All smart city applications are based on ICT
  • Making city life easier with new technologies
  • Ensuring and standardizing interoperability
  • Enabling the dissemination of open data
  • Saving with efficient and effective use of resources


  • Management of Devices Included in ICT Infrastructure
  • End Access Devices (Sensors, RFID, Barcode, etc.)
  • Cross-Device Management Included in ICT Infrastructure
  • Smart Data Center
  • Cloud to the Edge
  • Hybrid Cloud Computing
  • Data Sharing / Integration
  • Data Backup
  • Increased Analysis
  • M2M (Machine Learning and Deep Learning Platforms)
  • Smart Cities Specific Standards and Protocols
  • IoT Inventory Optimization
  • IoT Middleware Platforms
  • Network Access
  • Satellite Communication Infrastructure
  • Wireless Network Communication Infrastructure
  • Fixed Communication Infrastructure
  • Mobile Communication Infrastructure
  • Cable networks (Fiber Optic, Coaxial Cable, UTP/STP…)
  • Network Transfer
  • Distributed Object Model (DOM)
  • Next Generation Printing (3D, 4D…)
  • Autonomous Robots
  • Social Robotics


  • The fact that these technologies, which are not common today, have not yet achieved a cost advantage
  • Low R&D rates and the inability of entrepreneurial firms to invest adequately
  • Perspectives of corporate and organizational top managers on new generation technologies
  • Inadequate specialization in subject areas
  • Interoperability legislation and culture not yet established
  • The legal infrastructure for new technologies has not yet been adequately established.