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Briefly

It is a system with e-government integrations (MAKS, UAVT, MERNİS, VEDOP), which provides the collection, management and presentation of spatial numbering data and includes web and mobile applications developed in an open source infrastructure where numbering operations can be managed. It has a spatial database model based on EU INSPIRE Standards and Local Legislation on Address and Numbering in order to perform address-based operations processes of Municipalities and Special Provincial Administrations more reliably.

Who uses?

Municipalities, Special Provincial Administrations, Real and Legal Persons, NVI (General Directorate of Population and Citizenship Affairs)

Key Features

  • The database design has been made in accordance with the EU INSPIRE spatial data infrastructure and the relevant local legislation (law, regulation, circular letter, specification).

  • The spatial numbering database is structured according to the spatial object definitions, attributes, connections and constraints in INSPIRE data themes.

  • The system is integrated with the Spatial Address Registration System (MAKS), National Address Database (UAVT), Central Population Administration System (MERNIS), Tax Office Automation Program (VEDOP), Land Registry Cadastre Information System (TAKBIS) and integrated with the e-government portal.

  • Supports the process management and processes of “door numbering” and “street name assignment” are carried out through the system.

  • Spatial data entries, arrangements, updates of the neighborhood, road, building, independent section related to the numbering can be done on the web and mobile application. Spatial numbering data can be collected with a mobile application.

  • It has been developed in modular feature, it can be customized on the basis of user and authority and can be developed according to system requirements. It is possible to login to the system with username and password. Users access the application menus within their authority, thus data privacy is ensured.

  • Geographical location and operations queries can be made on the basis of neighborhood, square, avenue, street, building, building number, block-parcel within the boundaries of the urban area.

  • By accessing the system from the web application and mobile devices, the numbering data can be queried in a hierarchical structure according to the specified criteria (regionally or over the buffer zone). Data can be added from the web and mobile environment. Plate information can be tracked over the system.

  • Map functions meet object management, basic map, information retrieval, drawing and thematic map generation functions.

  • Spatial Numbering Management Software supports the numbering business processes integrated with document, spatial or non-spatial archive data within the scope of legislation.

  • The system performs geocoding, reverse geocoding, address search functions.

  • Address and ownership information can be used together. Owner information from the city block- parcel, and block-parcel data from the owner information can be queried.

  • All subunits (street, avenue, square) information in the neighborhood are in a structure related to each other. Land and building records associated with these sub-units are provided with independent section information entry for the buildings.

  • Depending on the decision of the responsible central administration, updates in the numbering structure (such as changes in the neighborhood boundary) can easily be done through the application.

  • Real estate and last residence address information of the person can be shown on the map with the tr identity number query.

  • Administrative and local components (district, neighborhood, road, building, independent section etc.) can be queried with UAVT codes, address, building number and MAX ID numbers, and query results can be displayed on the map.

  • The data created with the drawing programs used in map, plan and project construction works can be transferred to the system. And also data prepared via the system can be export out.

  • By matching with current UAVT data, spatial address component data is updated via UAVT in case of incompatibility.

  • With the mobile application, information and photos of roads, buildings, workplaces can be uploaded to the system and updated numbering maps can be created.

  • License and occupancy permit documents can be associated with buildings. Thus, all the information about a building selected on the map can be accessed instantly.

  • All operations made on the system are recorded on the basis of user and date, allowing easy access to past operations.

Benefits

  • In the numbering – address data model, a national and international standard structure is provided and a data sharing infrastructure in accordance with interoperability principles is provided. By providing data sharing in compliance with standards to other public institutions, public service quality increases.

  • It enables all municipalities and other public institutions and organizations to perform all address-based transaction processes determined by law more efficiently, reliably, on time and economically.

  • Quick access to the current data of the address and type of service (school, police station, hospital, taxi station, etc.) of the real estate in the city is provided.

  • Quick access to the correct address is provided in situations that require urgent intervention such as fire, traffic accident, flood, public order, health services, and funeral services.

  • It is provided to produce reliable statistical data on the basis of settlement. Thus, population size, age, gender, birth, death, etc. basic statistics are produced in less time.

  • Access to up-to-date information on the basis of the settlement, tracking of the address and population from a single center is provided. With manpower and time savings, waste of resources is prevented.

  • Highly spatially correct address data is provided for zoning planning, license, construction permits, social assistance, and political studies. Urban information system infrastructure is formed for planning regional investments.

  • Up-to-date, standard, accurate, quality and centeralized address data are obtained. Thus, duplicate works are ended, time and cost loss are prevented, planning is done over the correct data by providing access to building documents.

  • By providing the infrastructure for access to the location and standardizing the addresses, more efficient public services are provided.