In recent years, great attention has been paid in Turkey and our country to the widespread application of high technologies in economic, military and other fields. Holding this festival in Azerbaijan, which demonstrates the achievements in the field of aviation, space and technology, is a very significant event.
This was stated in an interview with AZERTAC by the vice-president of ANAS, head of the working group on participation in the exhibition organized within the "TEKNOFEST Azerbaijan" Aviation, Space and Technology Festival of ANAS, academician Rasim Alguliyev.
Emphasizing that the technology festival was held in Azerbaijan for the first time, the scientist said that as a result of the purposeful policy of great leader Heydar Aliyev and his worthy successor President Ilham Aliyev in the field of ICT in recent decades, the implementation of various infrastructure projects on technology, "smart city" concept development, etc. The events laid the foundation for holding such a prestigious festival in our country. ANAS also plays an important role in the work done in this direction. One of the main tasks of ANAS is to form a knowledge economy in our country, reduce dependence on foreign products, create national intellectual products and support the formation of the country's potential in this direction.
Rasim Alguliyev noted that innovative products, which are the result of many years of research in fundamental and applied directions in the scientific institutions and organizations of ANAS, were demonstrated at the exhibition "TEKNOFEST Azerbaijan". It was noted that all the intellectual potential of the institute was involved in the high- level representation of the academy in the special pavilion allocated for ANAS at the exhibition.
The Vice President noted that intellectual devices created in cooperation with the scientific institutions of ANAS in the High Technology Park established under the auspices of ANAS were also presented at the exhibition. He said that the residents of the High Technology Park presented disinfection robots, unmanned aerial vehicles, "smart" beehives, diodes and chips for LED lamps and other high-tech products designed to prevent the spread of infectious diseases, viruses and germs.