The General Directorate of State Airports Authority (DHMİ) has once again turned to ONUR for the procurement of the new generation IP-based communication (VCS) and recording (VRS) systems that will be used to ensure more effective air space management in Turkey.
Announcing this development to the public through a statement released on November 1, ONUR said that foreign companies had refused to give proposals in Turkish liras for the VCS/VRS tender launched by the DHMİ for six airports, and that ONUR had won the tender as the sole domestic producer to have submitted a proposal. The contract between the DHMİ and ONUR was signed on October 19.
The statement read as follows: “At ONUR, we are proud in the knowledge that we are fulfilling our duty to our nation by signing a contract in Turkish Liras, despite all the uncertainties of this challenging period through which we are passing.”
In 2015, ONUR won a tender for the procurements of VCS and VRS devices after outcompeting its international competitors, and the systems have been successfully delivered to the airports of Adana, Gaziantep, Siirt and Muş.