Last year, Sestek, who received approval from the Ministry of Industry and Technology as a Research & Development center for its Istanbul office, now registered with its Ankara office. Sestek has a total of 11 patents and 23 TUBITAK-supported projects in the field of voice technologies. A total of 79 people work in the 2 R & D centers of Sestek.
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ISTANBUL (TR) - Sestek, the global technology company that focuses on sound and communication technologies, received an R & D center approval in January 2018 and the Ankara office was registered as an R & D center by the Ministry of Industry and Technology. In addition to conducting research activities with a sustainable approach, Sestek continuously improves the performance of existing products by focusing on innovation studies that can be transformed into products.
As a technology company with an R & D center, Sestek R & D Centers Manager Tuba Arslan Kırin, who underlined that they can invest 2 times with their resources and state support to the products and services they offer, said: yapabil As the only domestic and national software company in our country's sound technologies market, we have a sustainable R & D understanding. Being very important for us. In this context, we took the first step in Istanbul in 2018. We currently have 45 R & D employees in Istanbul. With the aim of developing R & D culture and carrying it forward, we successfully fulfilled all necessary requirements this year and our office in Ankara, Çankaya in February 2019 was registered as R & D center. Here we have 17 employees. With our experience and knowledge to date, we have implemented a project with a total of 23 TÜBİTAK projects. We have received 11 patents, including six of them in the United States.
Tuba Arslan stated that they aim to improve the human-machine interaction with artificial intelligence-based sound technologies and stated that R & D projects and patent applications will continue in this direction. He also emphasized that R & D staff have developed an incentive award system for them to take a more active role in this process and underlined the importance of active participation of employees in research and development.
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