A Turkish company is developing software to transfer intelligence between all NATO headquarters and bases, Anadolu news agency reported.
The software will reportedly be used by all headquarters and bases of the alliance.
The project is expected to take about 3.5 years to implement.
Ismail Demir, head of Turkish Defense Industry Directorate, said the Turkish defense industry complex has made significant progress in recent years, drastically reducing the country's dependence on imported defense products and establishing itself as a major exporter, including in the field of software.
According to him, thanks to a strong information base, Turkish developers have achieved success in the international arena.