Adil Karaismailoğlu, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, stated that they are proud of introducing the eSIM application, which is completely local and national, developed by Turkish engineers, to the public. Minister Karaismailoğlu stated that with the eSIM application, devices can be installed and managed remotely with the help of a secure chip to be placed on SIM-enabled devices, and that this technology will achieve a higher security and protection level than SIM cards provide.
eSIM Service will be widely used in 2021
Turkey's ESI infrastructures in accordance with international standards, local and national facilities with developed first among the countries Noting located Ministers Karaismailoğlu, the ESI services, reported since 2021, will begin to be implemented in a common manner. Technology and information that they had taken important steps to become a leading country in the field of Ministers Karaismailoğlu record, "These steps, in Turkey, production, technological research and development activities, to encourage domestic and foreign investments. It supports the sustainable growth of our economy. As the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, we are determined to bring the most effective applications and solutions in data transportation to the service of our citizens and business world as soon as possible ”.
Turkey's sensitive data, will be in Turkey's control
Stating that eSIM applications will provide serious access and ease of use both between machines and consumer devices, Minister Karaismailoğlu said, “Today, eSIM will have a wide range of uses from smart phones, wearable technologies, inter-machine communication to many industrial products. Thanks to eSIM, vehicles' maintenance-repair, logistics mobility, tracking facilities and M2M (Machine to Machine) interaction capacity will increase much more. In addition, with the new application, sensitive SIM card information will be used locally without going abroad and information security will be ensured. Turkey's data, Turkey will remain sensitive information pertaining to the operator's life cycle will be entirely in Turkey. Thus, Turkey's sensitive data will be fully in control of Turkey, "he said.
Minister Karaismailoğlu made the first meetings with eSIM technology after the ceremony. Karaismialoğlu, who makes different calls using more than one operator; Malta Bayraklı He received information about the works from Orhan Kasap, Captain of the Ship "Atlantis Alhambra", Burhan Kandemir, Technical Operations Manager of Kule A.Ş, and Mustafa Akbaş, ERG Traffic and Road Safety Manager.