TUA and GUHEM to Cooperate for Space

Tua and Guhem will collaborate for space
Tua and Guhem will collaborate for space

Turkey Space Agency (TUA) leader Serdar Huseyin Yildirim, Bursa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) said Gökmen life under the leadership of Aerospace visited the Aviation Training Center. guhem in teknofest prepared young engineers coming together with Lightning, also located at the National Space Program, he said they would support Turkey in every field guhem.

TUA President Serdar Hüseyin Yıldırım and TUA Board Member and Anten A.Ş General Manager Lokman Kuzu were the guests of GUHEM, which was brought to life under the leadership of BTSO and in cooperation with Bursa Metropolitan Municipality and TÜBİTAK. Space and aeronautics 154 takes place as Turkey's first space-themed educational center apparatus guhem visiting Lightning and Lamb was accompanied by BCCI Chairman Ibrahim Burkay. During the visit, a consultation meeting on cooperation between GUHEM and TUA was also held. At the end of the GUHEM visit, Serdar Hüseyin Yıldırım had a fruitful conversation with the young engineers who will attend Teknofest on space and aviation.

"GUHEM, IT WILL INSPIRE YOUNG GENERATION"

guhem Turkey's space and a new milestone has pointed out that BCCI Chairman of the journey in the field of aviation Ibrahim Burkay, "the goals we laid out rooms as in 2013 and have performed more than a dream for our vision to Bursa. GUHEM, which we have brought to our city with the support of our Ministry of Industry and Technology and with the cooperation of our Metropolitan Municipality and TÜBİTAK, brings a new mission to Bursa in the space and aviation journey in line with the determination of our President to move our country to the space league. I would like to thank Mr. Serdar Hüseyin Yıldırım for his interest and support in our vision projects implemented by our chamber. I wholeheartedly believe that good collaborations will be made between GUHEM and TUA in the upcoming period. " said.

"AS TUA, WE WILL SUPPORT GUHEM"

TUA President Serdar Hüseyin Yıldırım stated that GUHEM will raise an important awareness of young people and children at the point of space. Noting that they will always support GUHEM, which is also included in the National Space Program announced by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, as TUA, Yıldırım said, “I found the GUHEM project better than I expected. I had information about the project before. The work done is really beneficial. A very good job has been done for our youth and children. It has a structure that will excite our young people. I really thank those who contributed to this work. As TUA, we will also support GUHEM. Our Space Agency under the auspices of Turkey as well as for GUHE Our support will be needed in both places. " used the expressions.

MEET WITH BASDEC MEMBERS AT BUTEKOM

TUA President Serdar Hüseyin Yıldırım and TUA Board Member Lokman Kuzu met with the members of the Bursa Space Aviation Defense Cluster Association (BASDEC) at the Bursa Technology Coordination and R&D Center (BUTEKOM) within the scope of the Bursa program. Having exchanged ideas with companies that manufacture and export in strategic areas, Yıldırım visited the Advanced Composite Research Center of Excellence (IKMAMM) and the Textile and Technical Textile Excellence Center within BUTEKOM. Cüneyt Şener, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of BTSO, accompanied the delegation during the visit.

"THERE IS A FINE ENERGY IN BURSA"

Serdar Hüseyin Yıldırım stated that he was aware of the studies of the Bursa Space Aviation Defense Cluster and said, “We wanted to listen to the projects of our companies personally. Turkey Space Agency has big goals. Our National Space Program has been announced recently. In this framework, great things fall for everyone. We will achieve these great goals together. In this sense, our Bursa Chamber of Commerce and Industry and our cluster are important to us. There is a good energy and capacity in Bursa. I hope our work will continue with our companies. " said.

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