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Cadem Board Member and General Manager Saffet Çakmak: “Turkish automotive sector will keep its leadership in commercial vehicle segment”

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Haber Eklenme Tarihi : 27.08.2018 12:54:00

I believe,  the Turkish automotive industry will be in a leading position about commercial vehicles (especially mass transportation as  electrical, autonomous buses) about which it is already well positioned.

The Turkish automotive  industry will continue to be Turkey’s leading sector as it is keeping its first place in exports since 10 years. Ranking 5th in Europe and 15th in the world, it will sustain to be a reference point for Turkey’s economic scale.
Its position in commercial vehicles production and exports will continue to keep the enthusiasm of the sector at a high level  and will be a motivation for new investments.
As we enter the digital transformation era, our supply industry which can produce %85 of automotive parts, can turn its sucess to  a new opportunity with its product range, production speed, quality and efficiency.
To this end; the related  strategic plans in the prioritized areas need to be examined urgently.
The electrical and autonomous vehicles are the new agenda globally and Turkish automotive sector will be in line with this global agenda.
While the electrical vehicles make up the main agenda; the high performance and efficient electrical motors and high capacity energy storage systems serving to this end,  will be the most important actors of the competition.
Autonomous and communicating vehicle technologies will lead the way for new business areas and engineering education topics.
Turkish automotive industry will head towards technologies in line with the digital transformation era while continuing with its product variety and quality.
It needs to follow closely technology, processes and materials geared towards electrical, autonomous and shared vehicles  and contribute to their development.
I believe,  the Turkish automotive industry will be in a leading position about commercial vehicles (especially mass transportation as  electrical, autonomous buses) about which it is already well positioned.
To sustain its current product variety, production capabilities, light and strong new material technologies, it must continue with its R&D and production investments.
In today’s rapid digital transformation world, studies about  sensor, radar, IoT, Big Data globally and they will be the priority subjects of the academia and private sector R&D units.
Studies around image processing with fast and big data, augmented reality practices, high speed data transmitting like 5G, autonomous driving techniques will bring new competition areas and cooperation opportunities to the sector.
Everything will be changing much more faster than it is today.

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