‘WE AIM TO PROVIDE FASTER ACCESS’
Demir said that in order to meet the technical and tactical needs in the specified technology areas, large area calls are made from companies, institutions and organizations that do not include final product deliveries, verified in analysis or prototypes, and include technical demonstrations, saying, “Especially, technologies that meet multiple needs and allow civil use. With these calls, we aim to provide faster access to the new technologies needed. We aim to direct the knowledge and experience of our academicians to critical technologies and to enable multiple projects to be carried out using different technologies on the same subject.
‘ONE HUNDRED PERCENT NATIONAL DEFENSE INDUSTRY VISION’
Demir pointed out that 6 R&D projects that came to the contract stage in line with the decisions taken in the first 6 panels held the signing ceremony and said, “Through these projects, it is our priority to create mechanisms for the rapid industrialization and commercialization of the technological information produced in our universities and research centers. We believe that we will enable the transformation of knowledge into both economic power and competitive power with high technology products. The ‘R&D and Technology Roadmap’, which we have created as the Presidency, serves two purposes.The first of these is the determination of national critical technologies in line with the national defense industry vision in critical technologies. “The other is the initiation of advanced technology projects that will make our country a pioneer in line with the vision of shaping the future war concept.”
‘3.5 BILLION TL INVESTED IN 104 R&D PROJECTS’
Stating that in order to achieve the goals, it is necessary to invest in the right technologies at the right time in the rapidly advancing technological age, “Therefore, one pillar of our roadmap consists of investments in advanced technologies. In technology fields, artificial intelligence, broadband technologies, big data, robotics and mechatronics, autonomy. , quantum technologies, internet of things, micro / nano and opto-electronic technologies, motor technologies, hypersonic and new missile technologies, and space issues stand out as a priority.We continue to work on them. 3.5 billion projects in total have been completed and currently ongoing. There were universities, companies, research institutions and institutes in these projects, and there were a total of 18 universities, 60 companies, 13 research institutions and 3 thousand 39 people in our R&D ecosystem. A total of 43 cities in Networks 96 universities are in charge, “he said.
‘THE GOAL OF THE GLOBAL POWER VISION IS THROUGH TECHNOLOGY’