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OBSS Teknoloji A.S (OBSS)


Organisation Type

Large Company


Contact person

PhD. SADIK KULA (General Manager Consultant)

Field of Activity

» Sensor equipment and technologies

» ICT applications
» Intelligence systems
» Artificial intelligence/robotics
» Cyber security
» Software, Data Processing
» Network technologies

Core competencies

OBSS has been one of the leading companies in the software industry since 2005, with its experience in
application development, software architecture, DevOps and ALM, software quality assurance tests with its
expert staff.

OBSS has the principle of responding to the challenging tasks and project needs in the best way by evaluating
the requirements and the existing technological infrastructure. We develop solutions by deciding the most
appropriate system design and tools for customer needs with our expertise in various fields such as
microservice architecture, cloud computing technologies, machine learning and big data.

In addition, we offer support to corporate companies about DevOps cultural transformation.
OBSS meets with thousands of university students and new graduates every year with its talent-oriented
approach. We not only empower the youth with scholarships, coding competitions carried out in Turkeys
leading universities, internships with the aim of discovering talented young engineers but also support their
personal and professional development.

OBSS is also able to offer secure software development service thanks to the Facility Security Certificate
issued by the Ministry of National Defense, by developing projects that are compatible with the CMMI Level 3
software maturity model, aiming to provide better quality services to its customers.

Among our various references, there are Turkeys leading financial and banking institutions as well as defense
industry organizations and insurance companies.

Horizon Europe Research Focus

  • FCT01 - Modern information analysis for fighting crime and terrorism
  • CL3-2021-FCT-01-01: Terrorism and other forms of serious crime countered using travel intelligence
  • CL3-2021-FCT-01-02: Lawful interception using new and emerging technologies (5G & beyond, quantum computing and encryption)
  • CL3-2021-FCT-01-03: Disinformation and fake news are combated and trust in the digital world is raised
  • CL3-2021-FCT-01-04: Improved access to fighting crime and terrorism research data
  • FCT02 - Improved forensics and lawful evidence collection
  • CL3-2021-FCT-01-05: Modern biometrics used in forensic science and by police
  • FCT04 - Increased security of citizens against terrorism, including in public spaces
  • CL3-2021-FCT-01-07: Improved preparedness on attacks to public spaces
  • FCT05 - Organised crime prevented and combated
  • CL3-2021-FCT-01-08: Fight against trafficking in cultural goods
  • CL3-2021-FCT-01-09: Fight against organised environmental crime
  • CL3-2021-FCT-01-10: Fight against firearms trafficking
  • FCT06 - Citizens are protected against cybercrime
  • CL3-2021-FCT-01-12: Online identity theft is countered
  • FCT03 - Enhanced prevention, detection and deterrence of societal issues related to various forms of crime
  • CL3-2022-FCT-01-03: Enhanced fight against the abuse of online gaming culture by extremists
  • FCT04 - Increased security of citizens against terrorism, including in public spaces
  • CL3-2022-FCT-01-04: Public spaces are protected while respecting privacy and avoiding mass surveillance
  • FCT05 - Organised crime prevented and combated
  • CL3-2022-FCT-01-05: Effective fight against corruption
  • CL3-2022-FCT-01-06: Effective fight against illicit drugs production and trafficking
  • CL3-2022-FCT-01-07: Effective fight against trafficking in human beings
  • BM01 – Efficient border surveillance and maritime security
  • CL3-2021-BM-01-01: Enhanced security and management of borders, maritime environment, activities and transport, by increased surveillance capability, including high altitude, long endurance aerial support
  • BM02 - Secured and facilitated crossing of external borders
  • CL3-2021-BM-01-02: Increased safety, security, performance of the European Border and Coast Guard and of European customs authorities
  • CL3-2021-BM-01-03: Improved border checks for travel facilitation across external borders and improved experiences for both passengers and border authorities staff
  • BM03 – Better customs and supply chain security
  • CL3-2021-BM-01-04: Advanced detection of threats and illicit goods in postal and express courier flows
  • CL3-2021-BM-01-05: Improved detection of concealed objects on, and within the body of, persons
  • BM01 – Efficient border surveillance and maritime security
  • CL3-2022-BM-01-01: Improved underwater detection and control capabilities to protect maritime areas and sea harbours
  • BM02 - Secured and facilitated crossing of external borders
  • CL3-2022-BM-01-02: Enhanced security of, and combating the frauds on, identity management and identity and travel documents
  • INFRA01 – Improved preparedness and response for large-scale disruptions of European infrastructures
  • CL3-2021-INFRA-01-01: European infrastructures and their autonomy safeguarded against systemic risks
  • CL3-2021-INFRA-01-02: Ensured infrastructure resilience in case of Pandemics
  • INFRA02 - Resilient and secure smart cities
  • CL3-2022-INFRA-01-01: Nature-based Solutions integrated to protect local infrastructure

RTD Experience

 Project CoordinatorProject PartnerProject Acronyms
Horizon Europe-ICTADRIATIC

Inserted / Updated
2020-04-14 / 2021-06-04