Turkish Technology in the World's Longest Highway Tunnel

Turkish engineers signed the atal tunnel in india
Turkish engineers signed the atal tunnel in india

There is Turkish technology in the longest tunnel that connects India to China and is the longest tunnel in the world at altitudes of 3 thousand meters and above. Savronik India, the branch of Savronik Group of Companies in India, designed, software and electromechanical systems of Atal Tunnel, the longest road tunnel in the world.

India crossed the Himalayan mountains that connects China, the electronic system of the 9 kilometer-long tunnel in Rohtang brain team from Turkey. Turkish technology firm Savronik Elektronik Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş. It has completed the electromechanical systems, software and technological infrastructure of the longest highway tunnel in the world, located in the lifeblood of India. Designs were prepared and sent in Turkey Savronik Electronic Governance Center, the application was made by Savronik System Indiana.

With its software and electronic devices in India, it is the most advanced country in the Far East after China. However, this time, a Turkish company has signed on to India's most important tunnel construction. It has made a major technological contribution in India. The longest highway tunnel in the world works with Turkish technology.


The 9 km Atal Tunnel, located in the Rohtang Pass within the borders of India's Himachal-Pradesh state, has been opened to transportation by the Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi. This single-tube, double-lane tunnel, located on the slopes of the Himalayan mountains at an altitude of 3 thousand meters, made possible the 6 km Rohtang crossing, which did not allow for 50 months of the year, reducing the distance to 9 km and the time to a minimum. All Electro-Mechanical Works of the main tunnel and escape tunnel including design, Savronik Elektronik Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş. performed by. Tunnels with lighting, ventilation, fire detection and extinguishing, tunnel monitoring (camera), weather detection, variable tunnel traffic signs and energy systems are continuously managed by Savronik's Central Control System. The tunnel, whose contract was signed in June 2018, was completed in a very short period of 500 months with 24 personnel, even though it was under construction. The project focused on local contribution and workforce, and achieved a local contribution of over 80 percent and a local workforce rate of over 95 percent. The tunnel is also the longest tunnel in the world at altitudes of 3 thousand meters and above.


Founding Savronik India in 2009, Savronik Group of Companies Chairman of the Board of Directors, who helped Turkish engineers contribute to many projects in India, said. Dr. Sıddık Yarman said the following about the Atal Tunnel project: “As the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Savronik Group of Companies, Teoman Süer, Board Members, Dr. When we went with Faruk Yarman and Founding Partner Mustafa Kula, we decided to open Savronik India after talking with the Minister of Public Works and General Manager of Highways of India. We have been in India for 2009 years since 11. It was an event that the Turkish technology company designed and built the advanced technology infrastructure of the world's longest highway tunnel at an altitude of 3 thousand meters in a region of India that attaches great importance. We made the entire system design, system integration, electromechanics and control center of the tunnel. We are one of the most experienced companies in the world in these matters. Electronics design Savronik made in Turkey. There he worked with the local company Savronik System India. Our brain has a team of 20 people from Turkey, we have administrative staff. We provide the manpower and engineer power we will use from India. There, we kept our promise to both the Ministry of Public Works and the General Directorate of Highways. We have made significant contributions to India in terms of science, technology and engineering. We are proud and happy. "

Günceleme: 24/11/2020 13:14

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