Smart Cities Conference in Turkey

Smart Cities and Modern Municipal Management Conference

About the Conference

  • The Smart Cities conference serves as a global platform for experts, researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to explore and shape the future of smart cities. it aims to foster collaborative discussions, exchange cutting-edge ideas, and showcase innovative solutions that will shape the cities of tomorrow.
  • As the world stands at the forefront of a rapidly evolving urban landscape, this conference embraces the multifaceted aspects of city formation, planning, contemporary design, and smart technologies, recognizing the significance of these interconnected elements in creating sustainable, livable, and technologically advanced urban environments.
  • Smart Cities conference encompasses a diverse array of disciplines and areas of interest in smart city development, where professionals gather from fields such as urban planning, architecture, design, engineering, information technology, social sciences, governance, & more. Through transcending traditional disciplinary boundaries, this conference aims to facilitate holistic and integrated approaches to city formation, planning, and design.
About the Conference
  • With the exploration of innovative strategies and approaches for city formation, including the planning and development of new cities. Smart Cities delves into the challenges and opportunities associated with shaping urban environments, considering factors such as sustainability, infrastructure development, land use, transportation systems, environmental considerations, and community engagement.
  • The conference serves as a catalyst for multidisciplinary dialogue, collaboration, and networking, fostering connections among academia, industry, and government sectors, in order to explore the limitless possibilities, confront the challenges, and shape the future of our cities towards sustainability, resilience, inclusivity, and human well-being.

Conference Objectives

  • The International Conference on Smart Cities aims to bring in leading scholars from multiple disciplines (including information systems, computer science, telecommunication engineering, urban studies, and business and economics) to share their ideas, knowledge and latest research findings related to the main issues concerning the whole ecosystem (e.g. M2M infrastructure, cloud platforms, big data analytics, mobile applications, citizen needs, user engagement, & new business/economic models) of future smart cities.
  • The conference also aims to discussing the social, behavioral, technical, economic, and environmental impacts of the introduction of smart city applications and services. All forms of relevant research are welcome, including conceptual, theoretical, quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-method studies.
Conference Audience

Conference Audience

Employees in the ministries of industry and trade
Employees in the ministries of Environment
Employees of the ministries of energy
Employees in the ministries of electricity
Employees in the ministries of transport
Employees in municipalities and local councils
Employees in the ministries of oil
Employees in the ministries of water and agriculture
Employees in the ministries of economy
Employees in the ministries of communications and Information Technology
Employees in the ministries of human resources and social development
Employees at the General Authority for Statistics
Business development specialists

Organisational Impact

Leveraging the disruptive technologies and techniques for the smart city sustainability
Implementation of smart city concepts within the existing and new developments
Enhancing the talent of their employees to foresee the challenges of the Smart Cities
Enhance their understanding of Smart Cities and Smart Mobility
Introduce new perspective into public sector innovation requirements
Learn how to implement Mobility Applications
Improve the urban mobility ecosystem
Reaffirmation of their dedication to the improvement of the life of citizens in smart cities
Understand the IoT application in the smart cities
Identify the gaps into the current public sector organization

Organisational Impact
Personal Impact

Personal Impact

Enhance their knowledge of modern Smart City needs and sustainability issues
Improve the understanding of smart city sustainability paradigms
Learning how to address urban mobility problems
Learn how to implement Intelligence Transportation System (ITS)
Apply cyclic economy within their urban environments.
Identifying urban mobility improvement opportunities
Understand the issues of traffic congestion
Apply techniques of micro-mobility management and public transport innovation
Prepare for the Smart Mobility and review proven smart mobility solutions
Understand the way smart cities are created

Conference Topics

Artificial Intelligence
Cities Management with Artificial Intelligence
Energy Saving
Energy Saving Methodologies and Technologies
Advanced Project Management
Advanced Project Management in Smart Cities
BOT Contracts
BOT Contracts for Smart Cities
Investment Mechanisms
Investment Mechanisms in Modern Cities
Recycling and Waste Management
Benefits of Recycling and Waste Management
Comprehensive Quality Management
Comprehensive Quality Management Standards for Cities
Role of Telecommunications Companies and AI in the Smart Cities
Role of Telecommunications Companies and AI in the Smart Cities
Sports Facilities
Sports Facilities and Centers Management
Dynamics of Teamwork
Dynamics of Teamwork and Team Building in Municipality
Agricultural Extension
Agricultural Extension, Public Gardens and Parks Management in Municipalities
Municipalities Social Responsibility
Municipalities Social Responsibility
Smart City Mobility Applications
Smart City Mobility Applications
Advanced Technologies and Smart Devices
Advanced Technologies and Smart Devices in Smart Cities
Parking Fee Management System
Parking Fee Management System
The Planning and Development of Roads
The Planning and Development of Roads
Real Estate Investment
Real Estate Investment Development and Urban Planning
Modern Standards of Safety and Security Management
Modern Standards of Safety and Security Management
Modern Health Centers Management
Modern Health Centers Management for family follow-up
Cultural and Training Centers Management
Cultural and Training Centers Management
Role of Women and Childcare in Modern Cities
Enhancing the Role of Women and Childcare in Modern Cities
PPPs in the Projects

Cooperate with

World Green Economy Council (WGECO)

WGECO is an international organization officially registered & chartered by USA, Rwanda and Indonesia Governments as well as recognized by United Nations Global Compact with registration no 112301 as the first global organization dedicated to green economy and United Nation with UNGM 745563. The WGECO is the green arm of the World Fund for Development and Planning (WFDP), as subject to international law and public utility, holding diplomatic relations and both bilateral and multilateral treaties and conventions with multiple Sovereign States who are members of the United Nations. WFDP is an Intergovernmental Entity which enjoys Special Consultative Status to United Nations ECOSOC and is accredited and affiliated with the United Nations Office of the Special Adviser on Africa (UN- OSAA). WFDP’s rights and duties are recognized and respected by the international community as it is subject to international law and public utility. WGECO is working together with governments, public & private sectors and other international institutions to develop green economy best practices & solutions for green future.

Global University of Science and Technology (GUST)

GUST is an international federal University comprising independent Member Institutions extend seamless access to high quality learning opportunities to provide academic and professional programs, as well as R&D for achieving the Global Sustainable Development Goals. These Member Institutions are legal and accredited with campuses spread across the world. The GUST has level of control and influence over their academic policies, standards and programs as a federal body to coordinate and integrate resources and ensure the implementation of the Education for Employment (E4E) and Multidisciplinary Learning for Leadership (L4L) System programs. GUST is an internationally recognized University by United Nations, California University FCE - USA, European Accreditation Council (EAC), UK Quality Assurance Commission (QAC) and Global Quality Council (GQCO) complying with the requirements of ISO 21001 set forth by the International Organization for Standardization. The ISO headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, launched ISO 21001 in 2018. It is now endorsed by 126 countries, and is a globally accepted accreditation standards for Educational Organizations. Then, ISO 21001 accreditation standards further validation of the GUST’s status as the most globally recognized degree-granting higher education institution .

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