📩 27/06/2023 11:11
Turkey's leading information and communication technologies company Türk Telekom has completed the digital transformation of hundreds of historical and touristic sites, museums and ruins in 81 provinces. As of April, with the ongoing work within the scope of the 'Hittite Culture and Tourism Project' carried out together with the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the Republic of Turkey, end-to-end digital transformation of over 1000 libraries was achieved, while Wi-Fi service was offered to guests at all locations.
In the statement made by Türk Telekom before the Eid al-Adha, it was stated that the project covers all of Turkey, including historical places from Istanbul Galata Mevlevihane to Ephesus Ancient City, Sumela Monastery to Hasankeyf Museum. It was noted that with access to Wi-Fi service.
Türk Telekom, the leader of Turkey's digital transformation, has completed the digital transformation of hundreds of historical and touristic places in Turkey's 81 provinces, with the vision of adapting its pioneering role in technology to cultural heritage. Within the scope of the Hittite Culture and Tourism Project carried out with the TR Ministry of Culture and Tourism; Türk Telekom, which carries out activities in cultural centers, ruins, museums and the central and provincial organizations of the Ministry, Istanbul Galata Mevlevihanesi, Rami Library, Archeology Museum, Museum of the History of Islamic Science and Technology, Turkish-Islamic Art Museum, Ephesus Ancient City and Selcuk Ephesus Museum, Agora Ören Its location, Bergama Museum, İzmir Culture and Art Factory, Bodrum Underwater Archeology Museum, Troy Museum, Aphrodisias Museum, Anatolian Civilizations Museum, Mevlana Museum, Sümela Monastery, Rize Atatürk House Museum, Hasankeyf Museum, Ahlat Museum, Elazığ Museum and Gaziantep Archeology Museum In addition to Wi-Fi service in many historical and touristic places such as important museums and ruins, it offers the applications needed under a single system. Within the scope of the project, Türk Telekom continues to provide support for an end-to-end digital transformation in other historical sites, ruins and museums.
Türk Telekom Corporate Sales Deputy General Manager Mustafa Eser said, “As Türk Telekom, the leader of Turkey's digital transformation, we guide the digitalization journeys of many companies and public institutions with our products and services, the scope of which is increasing day by day and equipped with new generation technologies. We not only produce new generation technologies for the world by coming together with local and foreign technology playmakers, but also lead Turkey's digital transformation with our innovative digital services and investments in national technology initiatives. In this context; We continue our efforts to adapt our country's historical and cultural heritage to technology. As of April, we have completed the digital transformation of over 81 libraries in 1000 provinces. We are pleased to offer digital privileges to our students, who visit museums and ruins with their families, as well as history lovers, thanks to fiber-speed internet access and digital services that we offer to our visitors, especially in cultural centers, ruins and museums. In this context; By contributing to the national technology move, we will continue our efforts to develop domestic and national technologies, as well as to spread them all over our country.”
Applications unite under one system
With the project, which also includes historical sites, the applications needed in all units of the TR Ministry of Culture and Tourism are combined under a single system.