Local trams will be launched in January

The domestic tram will be put into service in January: Istanbul Municipalities Bilgi İşlem Enerji Sanayi ve Ticaret AŞ Business Development Manager Dereli stated that the Akbil application will end at the end of this year and the local tram will be put into service in January.
Fatih Dereli, Business Development Manager of Istanbul Municipalities Bilgi İşlem Enerji Sanayi ve Ticaret AŞ (BELBİM), stated that Akbil will leave its place to İstanbulkart as of the end of December 2014 and said, “Our future projects include the city card application. With this application, we want to become the city's payment instrument ”.
According to BELBİM's statement, Dereli participated in the panel on "Use of High Technology in Local Governments" within the scope of High Tech Port CEO Forums at the 15th MUSIAD International Fair.
Dereli reminiscent of the first electronic toll collection system that Akbil founded in 1995 in Turkey, he said that in 1998 began to take the place of the istanbulkart this application.
Stating that Akbil will be completely replaced by İstanbulkart as of December 2014, Dereli noted that there are currently 14 million İstanbulkart.
Drawing attention to the fact that 10 million of these cards are actively used, Dereli said, “Istanbulkart has five million touches a day. Our future projects include a city card application. With this application, we want to become the city's payment instrument. In this context, we followed the legal regulations. We have taken steps towards becoming an Electronic Money Organization ”.
"Domestic tram will be put into service in January"
Istanbul Transportation Inc. Assistant General Manager Ali ihsan Uygun also pointed out that their stations are located below the city as well as under the ground that they actually manage a city under the ground.
He said that they manage many details from the electrical and electronic signaling to the ventilation and sewerage by using technology. He stated that there is a R & D office in this scope.
In addition to providing better service with their work, they are also carrying out studies to reduce energy costs, and they are carrying out studies to reduce energy costs by 15.
Stating that they have taken care of the use of domestic technologies, they have revealed the local tramway vehicle and said that this vehicle will be put into service in January.
Istanbul Transportation Communication and Security Technologies Inc. (ISBAK) R&D and IT Manager Muhammed Alyürük stated that by 2050, 70 percent of the world population will live in cities and more studies should be done on smart cities and smart technologies.
In the near future, not only the vehicles but the roads will start to talk among themselves, said Almaz, said:
“In this context, we intensified our work. With the work we have done on smart intersections, we achieved efficiency between 15 percent and 30 percent. We reduced carbon emissions between 11 percent and 17 percent. Thanks to the LED transformation of traffic lights, we have achieved a huge energy saving. Thanks to the EDS system implemented in Istanbul, traffic violations have decreased by XNUMX percent at the points where this system is used.

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