Turkey's industry minister Nihat Ergün has awarded an Israeli company with a prize for an innovative project. The award ceremony was held during a technological parks convention in Istanbul.
The company, Adam Elktronik, is based in the GOSB Teknopark – an industrial park built by Israeli businessman and industrialist Stef Wertheimer in Turkey. The Turkish minister even promised to send a team from his office to visit Wertheimer's industrial parks in Israel.
The GOSB Teknopark was built at a total investment of US$10 million according to the model of the Tefen industrial park in northern Israel, and includes an art gallery.
Adam Elktronik is producing various electronics and communications systems for the Turkish and European market with qualified manpower.
The company has been developing GSM/GPRS/GPS based products, banking solutions, Validator systems, VOD/MOD Infotainment systems and military communication systems.