‘Digital Transformation Call’ is opened
With the ‘Digital Transformation’ call opened for applications within the scope of the ‘Technology Oriented Industry Move Program’; investments in 188 products and 54 innovative technologies in medium/high and high technology sectors will be supported.
A new step has been taken by considering the competitive potential of digitalization for businesses. It was decided to support projects that aim to produce software and hardware infrastructures that can contribute to digital transformation in order to have a significant leverage effect in the evaluation of this potential. The 5th call titled ‘Digital Transformation’ was opened in the ‘Technology Oriented Industry Move’ scope, which aims to produce products of strategic importance for Turkey with domestic and national means. With the ‘Digital Transformation’ call opened for applications within the scope of the Move, investments in 188 products and 54 innovative technologies in medium/high and high technology sectors will be supported. In this context, in many fields grouped under display technologies, data and software infrastructure technologies, new generation smart sensors, wearable technologies, microelectronic technologies, nuclear technologies, other electronic and software technologies, the support and incentives provided by the Ministry of Industry and Technology and its affiliates/related organizations can be utilized. In addition, projects in innovative technology fields such as artificial intelligence, deep learning, big data, image processing, internet of things, cyber security, digital twin and block chain can be supported within the scope of the call.
Applications are accepted until November 3
Within the scope of the call, which will constitute an important part of the ‘National Technology Move’, the size of the investment projects to be applied will be required to be higher than 10 million TL. This amount will be applied as 3 million TL for projects aiming only software development. Capital companies residing in Turkey will be able to make their project applications through www.hamle.gov.tr website until November 3.