Turkish Company Will Make NATO Software
The Turkish firm won the tender for NATO’s intelligence software. All NATO headquarters and bases in the world will run their intelligence flows through software that the Turkish company will develop and modernize.
NATO’s intelligence flow will be done with Turkish software.
Turkish company STM won two important tenders with the participation of the world’s leading soft ware companies for the direction, collection, processing and distribution of intelligence within the scope of NATO.
Özgür Güleryüz, General Manager of STM, said, “We won the tenders that make up the intelligence infrastructure of the institution, the software solution that constitutes the mechanism we call the background, the screens and interfaces in front of the users. “
With the soft ware it will develop within the scope of the project, STM will provide the direction, collection, processing and distribution of intelligence for NATO commands.
‘BIGGEST JOBS EVER’
All NATO headquarters and bases in the world will conduct their intelligence flows through this software that STM will develop and modernize.
Güleryüz said, “It is among the biggest projects received from NATO in the field of soft ware in our country and they are very important projects. NATO’s intelligence data flow will now be carried out through STM’s software. All users of NATO, from all units in the world, will log in with this soft ware, it is a very critical software in this sense,” he said.
Projects to modernize NATO’s intelligence infrastructure are expected to take about three and a half years.