Smart Environment can be defined as the management of waste, air, water, soil, climate change management with the support of Information and Communication Technologies, ensuring the sustainability of the environment and nature by preserving the natural assets of the city and taking environmental management into consideration through the planning of the green city.


  • Ensuring efficient use of natural resources
  • Reducing operating and investment costs
  • Reducing costs with conscious planning
  • Reducing the risks related to human health and environmental pollution
  • Reducing the use of natural resources by recycling
  • Supporting the changing production and consumption patterns of renewable and sustainable electricity systems
  • Increasing energy reliability by integrating distributed energy sources
  • Minimizing waste in landfills
  • Ensuring the safety of life and property
  • Informing users in real-time


  • Control of leak in Pipes with Sensor Network and SCADA
  • Control of Surface Waters’ pollution with Sensor Network
  • Advanced Flood Warning
  • Predictive Water Infrastructure Maintenance Planning with Sensor Network and SCADA
  • Predictive Water Infrastructure Maintenance Planning with Sensor Network and SCADA
  • Water Reuse with Innovative Waste Water Treatment Technologies
  • Timely Waste Collection
  • Environmental Control Center
  • Smart Waste Separation and Disposal
  • Vertical Agriculture
  • High Green Area Ratio
  • Renewable Energy Implementation
  • Smart Refill Systems
  • Smart Lighting
  • Energy Production from Solid Waste
  • Seasonal Thermal Energy Storage (STES)
  • Use of Excess Heat (Heat Generated During Waste Conversion, Heat Produced in Data Centers, etc.)


  • Financial sustainability
  • Technical restrictions
  • Financing smart security systems
  • Ensuring governance and stakeholder engagement
  • Reliability of systems and business operations
  • Level of interoperability of systems
  • Lack of knowledge