MERSİN Anamur Anatolian High School students İlayda Bıçak (16) and Nazire Zeynep Ayten (16) developed a project to reduce the death rate in accidents caused by faulty overtaking. The project, which consists of a signaling system that informs the future situation so that the vehicles that cannot see the front of the curved roads can safely fade, made it to the finals of the TEKNOFEST Aviation, Space and Technology Festival by entering the top 5 from 14,800 studies. Mersin Anamur Anatolian High School students are continuing their studies for a long time to join teknofest which is Turkey’s most important festivals İlayda Cutter and Nazira Zeynep Ayten, especially faulty overtaking occurred frequently in the district and fatal general’s why I decided to find solutions to the accident. After careful work, the duo developed a project that will reduce the death rate from 58 percent in these accidents to 8 percent. Cutter and Ayten’s project, which consists of a signaling system that informs the future situation so that the vehicles that cannot see the front of the curved roads can safely fade, were highly appreciated by their teachers. Successful students later participated in the TEKNOFEST Aviation, Space and Technology Festival with this project.
İlayda Bıçak and Nazire Zeynep Ayten, who were delighted that the project, which was deemed successful by the festival jury, entered the top 5 among 14 thousand 800 works, thus deserved to participate in the final of the festival to be held in Gaziantep between 23-27 September with their projects. won.The duo’s project ‘Easy Overtaking on Sharp Curves’, Anamur District Governor Mehmet Nuri Başarır, was introduced to the school’s teachers and students with the program attended by the District Director of National Education İlyas Mercan. Speaking at the Breakers and Ayten program, they were very happy because the first election for the finals of the project and will award if Turkey Martyrs and Veterans said they donated to the Foundation.