Smart City Solutions
According to the forecast of the United Nations, it is predicted that the world population will reach 9 billion by 2050 and two-thirds of the population will live in cities. Today, there are currently 29 megacities in our world and this number is increasing day by day. In this direction, the need for new residential areas and infrastructure is also growing exponentially. As a result of this mobility, our cities; infrastructure, affordable housing, water, environmental cleanliness, employment, healthcare, security and transportation. The concept of "smart city" stands out in responding to these needs and even creating opportunities for urban development.
What is a smart city? The term smart city originated towards the end of the 20th century.
It is based on the application of user-friendly information and communication technologies developed by large industries for urban areas.
Since then, its meaning has been expanded to relate to the future and development of cities. Smart cities are forward-looking, progressive and resource-efficient, as well as providing a high quality of life.
They encourage social and technological innovation and connect existing infrastructures. They include new energy, traffic and transportation concepts that do not harm the environment.
They focus on new forms of governance and public participation. If cities want to be smart, smart decisions must be made at a strategic level.
It requires more than individual projects, but makes careful decisions in long-term implementation.
Thinking of cities as whole systems can help them achieve their ultimate goal of being smart.
Smart cities strongly tackle current global challenges such as climate change and resource scarcity.
What they claim is to secure their economic competitiveness and quality of life for the ever-rising urban population.
Digital Smart Cities
Thanks to the powerful communication network infrastructure, secure solutions and the system that enables data to be collected and managed in a single center, Big Data from thousands of sensors from all over the city is collected in a single center and transformed into usable information and provides the city with a high level of management.