Urban populations are increasing day by day in our country and in the world, and as a result of this mobility, cities have to cope with new needs in many areas such as infrastructure, affordable housing, water, environmental cleaning, health services, transportation and security.
The concept of “smart city” comes to the fore in responding to these needs and even creating opportunities for urban development.
Smart city serves to provide gains in the fields of development, competitiveness and environmental sustainability with its ability to transform the information into social benefit.
In our country, parallel to the whole world, smart city applications are becoming widespread day by day. Therefore, it is important that all public institutions, local administrations, universities, the private sector and non-governmental organizations act in a collective action in order to plan and direct smart city studies on a national scale.
With this motivation, it is to gain the ability to work together by bringing a holistic view at the national level to smart city policies in our country. At the same time, it is necessary to ensure that the investments are implemented with the right projects and activities by prioritizing the investments that are compatible with the determined policies. For this purpose, the 2020-2023 National Smart Cities Strategy and Action Plan, which was built with the common mind of ecosystem stakeholders, which considers national needs and priorities holistically, has been prepared.With the 2020-2023 National Smart Cities Strategy and Action Plan Circular No. 2019/29, it was published in the Official Gazette dated 24 December 2019 and numbered 30988 and entered into force.
The “Smart Cities Capacity Building and Guidance Project” was implemented by our Ministry in order to contribute to the realization of the actions, duties and responsibilities defined within the scope of the 2020-2023 National Smart Cities Strategy and Action Plan on a national scale and to increase the capacity of all stakeholders, especially our local governments.
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Distributed processing of data in smart city systems will enable to benefit from advantages such as fast processing feature, autonomous network connectivity and communication brought by this data processing method. In the selection of the distributed data processing model, it is necessary to carefully analyze the regional needs and infrastructure possibilities and features together with the stakeholders, and to create a model that will work in harmony with the network infrastructure by making the necessary infrastructure studies.
One of the most basic elements of smart cities is the large amount of data obtained from many different sources. As the size of the data increases, it becomes impossible to transfer the raw data and process it in a centralized structure. For this reason, the use of an effective distributed data processing architecture instead of a central data processing architecture in smart city systems will contribute to the analysis and processing of data more efficiently and in a shorter time.
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