Transvaro (Turkish: Elektron Aletleri Sanayi ve Ticaret A.S.: "Transvaro Electron Tools Ind. and Trade Inc.") was established in 1988 as a joint venture. It has been a 100 percent Turkish-owned company since 1995. In Istanbul, Transvaro operates a 5000 sqm closed space production plant.

Transvaro provides products and systems to Turkish Army and security forces, including image-intensifying night-vision equipment, turnkey simulation systems/centers, IR/laser equipment, electronic/electro-optical systems, electronic time fuses, electronic time setters, message terminal units, and minimum metal detectors.

ABS quality evaluations (ABS QE) and the Ministry of National Defence Quality Management Department evaluated and certified Transvaro's system. Transvaro also has a secretary level factory security certificate from the Ministry of National Defence.

Transvaro, Turkey's first night-vision periscope manufacturer with 100% Turkish capital, adheres to AQAP 2120 and ISO9001 standards in electronic and electro-optic equipment, as well as system design and production.

ProductsEdit

Military equipmentEdit

Security systemsEdit

  • Camera control systems
  • Access control systems
  • Perimeter security systems
  • X-Ray checking systems
  • Fire alarm systems[2]

SimulatorsEdit

  • Vehicle simulators
  • Shooter training simulators
  • Combat simulators[3]

Civilian productsEdit

  • Utility electricity counters
  • Utility water counters
  • Metal detectors
  • Kiosks[4]

ContractingEdit

Besides the business items forming the main components of electronic security systems specified in Transvaro's promotional document, for all systems relating to low current such as sound and announcement systems, fire control systems, central TV broadcasting systems, tape recorders, solutions compatible with all requirements of customers are currently developed and implemented.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Various Types of Military-Purpose Products". Transvaro.com.tr. Retrieved 2012-11-27.
  2. ^ "Electronic Security Systems". Transvaro.com.tr. Retrieved 2012-11-27.
  3. ^ "Simulator Systems". Transvaro.com.tr. Retrieved 2012-11-27.
  4. ^ "Civilian Products". Transvaro.com.tr. Retrieved 2012-11-27.

External linksEdit