Oğuz Kalaycıoğlu

Oğuz Kalaycıoğlu

General Manager Savronik Elektronik IT Group

Oğuz Kalaycıoğlu was born in 1967 in Ankara. He is married with one child. He graduated from METU Department of Industrial Engineering in 1992 and did his master’s degree on Software Management at METU Graduate School of Informatics in 2010. He is fluent in Turkish, English and French.
He was involved in and managed IT projects at domestic and foreign organizations until the 2000s.
Having started to work at Havelsan A.Ş. in 2000, Kalaycıoğlu was involved in the management of the Turkish Air Forces Information System Project and went on to work as a solution architect and manager at the Siemens SIS unit and in various projects such as Izmir Urban Security System and NATO Air Command and Control System.
Kalaycıoğlu, who worked as the global manager of Security and Defense Systems at Ericsson between 2011 and 2017, is currently working as the General Manager of Savronik Elektronik A.Ş. IT group.
Throughout his career, Kalaycıoğlu worked on information and security systems. He is an expert on security, command & control, cloud computing, technology development and system engineering.
 

Time and date Venue Topic Speakers

Thursday 11/04/2019

From 11:00 To 12:00

04/11/2019 11:00 04/11/2019 12:00 Security in Railway Systems
  • Predictive maintenance versus original maintenance techniques for rail infrastructure
  • Reviewing the benefits of predictive maintenance
  • Assessing the limitations of predictive maintenance with reference to data and safety
  • Strategies for security of track and train data
  • Safety strategies of railway and train data
  • City transportation safety
  • Cyber security
Conference Station, Hall B

Conference Station, Hall B

"Security in Railway Systems "

Jerzy Wisniewski Oğuz Kalaycıoğlu Ömer Korkut
Time and date

Thursday 11/04/2019

From 11:00 To 12:00

04/11/2019 11:00 04/11/2019 12:00 Security in Railway Systems
  • Predictive maintenance versus original maintenance techniques for rail infrastructure
  • Reviewing the benefits of predictive maintenance
  • Assessing the limitations of predictive maintenance with reference to data and safety
  • Strategies for security of track and train data
  • Safety strategies of railway and train data
  • City transportation safety
  • Cyber security
Conference Station, Hall B
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Conference Station, Hall B

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