AirTies, Karel and TTNET, started a production of %100 locally. AirTies’s collaboration with Karel will enable TTNET to develop the set-top boxes for Tivibu Home Service in Turkey. Developed by AirTies’ innovation-based product development expertise, future IPTV set-top boxes will be offered with 100 percent domestic production in Karel’s premises in Ankara in the first half of 2014. The set-top boxes produced in Turkey with an annual capacity of 300 thousand units will also be exported to operators abroad.
-TEMSA and ASELSAN co-produced Turkey’s first 100 percent domestic electric bus Avenue EV.
-First Domestic Technology Working with Solar Energy Family Vehicle: İTÜ ARUNA
Aruna, the first family car of Turkey to work with solar energy, designed and produced by the ITU Solar Interface Team, was introduced in 2015
-Turkish tire market leader Brisa is expanding its capabilities in domestic product design, development and innovative production techniques thanks to the R & D Center established with the incentives Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology, while at the same time working on the development of domestic suppliers aims to contribute to the development of the Turkish industry.
Weapons, Defense and Aviation
-Roketsan Long Range Antitank Rocket
The domestic technology developed by UMTAS Roketsan primarily for being used by offensive helicopters, an anti-tank missile system.
-Turkey’s Largest Amphibious Ship TCG Bayraktar
Built entirely in Turkey with domestic technology, it is the largest domestic and national amphibious tank extraction vessel in Turkey with a length of 140 meters.
-Eye and Ear of the Turkish Airplane: ASELPOD domestic Technology
ASELPOD is designed for fighter planes, and it is a next generation, multi-sensor targeting technology pod. It is an important domestic technology product that can catch export success in this area because the number of countries producing pods in the world is very limited.
-Mini unmanned aerial vehicle: Vestel Efe
Vestel EFE Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System was developed by VESTEL in 2005.