In his speech at the 4th Military Radar and Border Security Summit, General Manager of Turkish Aerospace Industries, Temel Kotil, stated that the most important element is human resources and said that they will increase the number of engineers from 6 thousand to 7 thousand with 1000 additions.
According to Kotil’s information regarding the projects on the company’s agenda, Hürjet is preparing for its first flight by taxiing. Transmission has been connected to the Atak-2 helicopter, work continues on connecting the engine. Anka-3, with a jet engine and low radar appearance, taxis. Delivery preparations are being made for 3 Gökbey helicopters that will be made available to the Gendarmerie.
HAVELSAN’s border security solutions
HAVELSAN General Manager Mehmet Akif Nacar also stated that as a company, they offer advanced and reliable “homeland security systems” for the military, public and civil sectors.
Explaining that they respond to the needs along the border, in areas where physical surveillance and support of border patrol are not possible by using the advanced technologies needed, Nacar said, “Thanks to our unique products and solutions, the information coming from the sensors located in the field is collected and monitored on the map and functions that are critical for providing direct integration with security cameras. we can do.” he said.
Emphasizing that HAVELSAN Coastal Surveillance and Radar System SGRS and Ship Traffic Management System HAVELSAN VTS play an important role in ensuring maritime safety, Nacar said:
“With the engineering capabilities of HAVELSAN, a qualified fingerprint recognition system has been put into use all over Turkey in biometric data technologies, which we continue to develop through BIYOTEKSAN, which we established jointly with POLSAN under the coordination of our Ministry of Interior. We are also the 7th country to establish its own national biometric data management system. It provides foreign companies. “We got rid of dependency, protected our data and our national capital. Failures in foreign systems operating with a file-based system could last for days. Thanks to the domestic system we developed with open source technologies, our institutions can provide an uninterrupted service.”