Smart Space Management refers to the fact that cities can be resilient against natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods, landslides that may cause loss of life and property, in order to be socially, culturally and economically viable and sustainable and develop in accordance with the principles of urbanization.


  • Reducing the use of natural resources by recycling
  • Reducing the risks of human health and environmental pollution
  • Ensuring water savings
  • Notify users in real-time
  • Ensuring improved traffic flow and security
  • Reduction of carbon emissions
  • Use of roads in accordance with the capacity
  • Improved driver safety and accident management
  • Ensuring sectoral development based on competition and in line with market requirements
  • Diversification of access technologies offered to citizens
  • Ensuring building energy savings
  • Expanding net-zero energy buildings
  • Reducing the use of illegal and lost energy
  • Reducing operating and investment costs
  • Increase in building market value
  • Increasing indoor air quality
  • Reducing water consumption with smart water counters
  • Recovery of waste without being transmitted to the infrastructure
  • Single point analysis and detection of data with sensors, cameras, and similar hardware tools
  • Minimizing the consumption of space and natural resources
  • Managing urban flows effectively
  • Protecting the health of the urban population
  • Ensuring equal access to resources and services
  • Maintaining cultural and social diversity
  • To ensure more effective, efficient, and economical use of limited resources.


  • Smart City Applications in the Scope of Urban Transformation
  • Mixed Land Use


  • Protection of the rights of right holders with or without title deed
  • Transforming projects realized with private affiliates into projects that appeal to the high-income group
  • The understanding of the central administration and the application differences of local administrations regarding the determination of risky structures and areas in the Law No. 6306