Urban Environment & Smart Energy Urban Environment & Smart Energy

The World is face to face with many problems related with the provision of energy generation the cities need and formation of resources that communities consume. Today, urban studies are being conducted by taking into consideration environmental factors consisting of air, water and soil reserves. In this context, we need to include smart and more sustainable city models in the goals of environmental areas, city services and benefitting from the city.

Preventing the traffic congestion and carbon emission caused by the growing population in the cities, turning towards renewable energy resources, green buildings, waste control systems, urban planning and infrastructure works aimed at energy transformation are the leading issues that Smart City Management needs to investigate.

When we look at the features off Smart Buildings, which is only one of the sub-headings of Urban Environment and Smart Energy of ICSG 2020, we see many prominent features interconnected with each other based on monitoring, evaluation and reporting principles such as data processing infrastructure, building access procedures, energy flow and consumption, continuous visual recording system, fire alert system, control of unauthorized entry to the building, continuous supervision of energy flow, management of heating and cooling systems.

It is foreseen that the theme of Smart Building and Life, which is one of the Smart City factors, to reach a business volume of 220 billion dollars in 2020 at global scale.

ICSG 2020 will discuss the urban Environment and Smart Energy issues under the following headings:

Energy Transformation
  • Renewable Energy
  • Detailed Strengthening
  • Energy Systems
  • Micro Grids
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Non-Fossil Fuels
Smart Buildings
  • Green Buildings
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Sustainable Structures
  • Building Management Systems
  • Smart Connection Points
  • Smart Entrances
Green Cities
  • Urban Forests
  • Street Lighting
  • Smart City Furniture
  • Green Areas
  • Waste Management
  • Recycling Technologies
  • Air, Land, Water Pollution Control
Urban Planning & Digital Twins
  • Integrated City Management
  • 3D Modeling
  • Geographical Information Systems
  • IoT
  • Real-Time Data
  • Digital Models
  • Monitoring/Following Systems
Durable Cities
  • Resistance Plans
  • Disaster Risk Mitigation
  • Climate Changes
  • Life without Carbon
  • Holistic Approach
Smart Infrastructures
  • Critical Infrastructures
  • Sustainable Structuring
  • Building Management
  • Climatization Systems