Turkish and Serbian academics will develop an early warning system to protect the borders of NATO countries from nuclear attacks.
NATO approved the project prepared by Bolu Abant Izzet Baysal University (BAİBÜ) and the Serbian University of Nice to develop an early warning system to protect the borders of NATO countries from nuclear attacks.
Lecturer in the Department of Physics Baibo Prof. Dr. doctor. Within the scope of the project, which is led by Erkan Yilmaz, work started about 3 months ago.
The project, in which researchers on the Turkish team will produce the sensors, and the Serbian team will develop reader circuits and software compatible with these devices, aims to be completed within two years.
Doctor from Türkiye. Alikber Aktag, Prof. Dr. doctor. Hossein Karsali, Assistant. doctor. Erhan Budak, PhD students Ozan Yilmaz, Omutkan Gürer, and Emre Doganci, from Serbia. doctor. Researchers from Serbia, Slovenia and Ireland exchanged ideas at the School of International Education in Bolu within the scope of the project in which Daniel Danković, Milos B. Marjanović and Nikola I Mitrović participated.
We ran our simulations.
Lecturer in the Department of Physics Baibo Prof. Dr. doctor. Erkan Yilmaz told Anadolu Agency (AA) that the system that will appear as part of the project will be presented to NATO.
Yilmaz stated that they are making preparations for the production of the sensors and continued as follows:
“We’ve done our simulations. We’ve also completed our design. We’ll complete the sensor part in about 8 months. The other side has started work on the electronic circuit. The process continues. This is a two-year project. The system will be integrated into a drone. The drone will control continuously.” On the border areas of NATO countries. If there is any nuclear smuggling, he will be able to identify and see it. And you will give advance notice in case of a nuclear attack. It can be used as an early warning system.”
“It will increase the security of NATO countries to some extent”
Serbian University of Nice, Faculty of Electronics Engineering, Lecturer. doctor. Goran Ristic also expressed his happiness to work with the Turkish team.
Ristic pointed out that the system that will appear as a result of the project will be used to measure radiation, and this is important for all countries.
Project consultant from Ireland, Dr. On the other hand, Aleksander Jakesik stated that they are working with all their energies for the success of the project, “After the system is successfully produced as a result of the project, NATO countries will be able to use it easily. It will help detect any nuclear attack or even a dirty bomb. In this regard, it will increase From the security of NATO countries to some extent. Use phrases.
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