The acceptance of the first phase of the New Mobile System (TAYAS) project, which is carried out under the contract signed between the Ministry of National Defense (MSB) and ASELSAN, was completed in August 2017, the second phase in April 2018, and the third and final phase delivery in December 2020.
Delivered within the scope of the New Mobile System Project, the Tactical Local Area Network System (TAYAS) was developed to meet the Local Area Network (LAN) communication requirement of the Land Forces Command in the tactical field. Thanks to the TAYAS System, when the Land Forces personnel leave their troop barracks and enter the tactical field, they can reach KaraNET from the temporary headquarters consisting of tents and continue to receive the service they receive in the barracks. The system includes software and hardware installed in the local area (LAN) that enables the command control and information systems used by the Land Forces Command on the battlefield to communicate with TAFICS installed in the strategic field, TASMUS installed in the tactical field and satellite systems.
With the TAYAS project, the Land Forces Command has been given the ability to communicate with encrypted Wi-Fi in the tactical field, which it did not have before, and which is unique in the world.
At the end of the project, a secure and high-capacity local area network communication system was introduced to the tactical use of the units belonging to the Land Forces Command. Encrypted wireless network devices (encrypted wireless network access device (KKAC), encrypted wireless terminal device (TKABC) and related wireless network management software) developed by ASELSAN can be evaluated in various new projects for the needs of land, air and naval forces.