ODTÜ KALTEV R&D Complex, which will serve in 2019, will erase the boundaries of creativity, strengthen the production areas and corporate views of the firms and bring those firms together with an aesthetic structure that will enhance working qualities.
ODTÜ KALTEV R&D Complex will be built in two stages and its first phase will be opened in 2019. For the physical infrastructure of the first technology development zone in Northern Cyprus, a competition was held among experienced architects who had previously been Technocity designers and the project that best reflects ODTÜ KALTEV’s innovative and ambitious spirit has been selected. While providing its firms with all the corporate facilities to enhance their productivity, ODTÜ KALTEV R&D Complex, which will take place in METU Northern Cyprus Campus, will be the center of research and extraordinary production areas and R&D activities.
ODTÜ KALTEV R&D Complex will be a production area where creativity and collaboration are front-lined. Labs and design studios that will allow different collaboration models, open offices for collaborative work and conference halls for information exchange will strengthen the creativity through collaboration. ODTÜ KALTEV incubation offies will be the first spot where innovative ideas turn into brand new products.
ODTÜ KALTEV R&D Complex will offer various possibilities for the company that it will host. While having an Office in an innovative and institutional structure, the firms in ODTÜ KALTEV will be in touch with researchers, production and design fields and Academy continuously. When ODTÜ KALTEV was designed, aesthetic equipment was considered which will increase the working efficiency as much as the basic requirements of the companies. There are different office and workspace models to meet different needs for firms that want to be in ODTÜ KALTEV. Companies in ODTÜ KALTEV will be able to benefit from the common areas of ODTÜ KALTEV in addition to their office areas.
ODTÜ KALTEV will be the center of science, technology and production in Northern Cyprus.