An introductory ceremony was held in Ankara for the local fingerprint recognition system developed by BİYOTEKSAN with the engineering support of HAVELSAN.
A promotion ceremony was held in Ankara for the local fingerprint recognition system developed by BİYOTEKSAN with the engineering support of HAVELSAN. Turkey April 6, 2021 introduced fingerprint recognition technology, which improves the biometric data system was the 7th country. Defense Industry President Prof. Dr. Ismail Demir, "This is the victory of Turkish engineers." congratulated the BİYOTEKSAN engineers.
Speaking about the biometric data system of BİYOTEKSAN, which was established with the partnership of HAVELSAN and POLSAN, Minister of Interior Süleyman Soylu said, “The system has proven its success. A procurement protocol was signed with the General Directorate of Security and the General Directorate of Gendarmerie. " made statements. Stating that they wanted to integrate data sets among the institutions under the Ministry of Interior, but the relevant company had difficulties, Soylu, “Without integration, the software wouldn't do anything. We realized that without our own software, we would be faced with tutelage at any moment. added to his statements.
Stating that they decided to use a national software thereupon, Minister Soylu said,“HAVELSAN, whose competencies we always respect and make great contributions to our country, has demonstrated all its competence here. In the presence of our Defense Industry President, we express our gratitude and gratitude to HAVELSAN and to those who have contributed to all the steps taken. "
he finished his words. HAVELSAN Chairman of the Board Mustafa Murat Şeker, General Manager Dr. Mehmet Akif Nacar and board members congratulated the team that brought biometric data technology to our country.
Biometric Data Management System Project (AFIS)
The Directorate General of Migration Management switched to the local fingerprint recognition system, which is the first phase of the project, on March 26, 2021. According to the data of the Directorate General of Migration Management, more than 81 thousand inquiries were made in 30 provinces and more than 6 thousand new records were received. In addition, the obligation to report 18 thousand asylum applications was fulfilled by printing fingerprints. The domestic fingerprint identification system, which is the first product of the Biometric Data Management System Project, will be used to speed up forensic examination, identification and authentication processes and increase their reliability. The system will then be available to the units of the Criminal Department of the General Directorate of Security and the Criminal Department of the Gendarmerie General Command.