There’s a lot of buzz about a brand of Turkish ambulance called Blue Sensor that’s getting a lot more attention.
The brand is a subsidiary of an ambulance company that is owned by the same parent company as Blue Sensor, Ambulance, according to a press release from the company.
Ambulances have been around for a long time and have been seen as the primary transport option for people who have physical disabilities.
The company was founded in 2010 by two Turkish engineers, Yegor Sizdak and Gevor Gürsel.
It operates in Istanbul, Istanbul, Izmir, and Izmir on the Turkish coast.
Ambulsions have been a popular option for the elderly and those with chronic illnesses.
There are several Blue Sensor products on the market.
They’re mostly made of carbon fiber, with some aluminum.
The products range from the cheap to the expensive, with prices starting at $50 for the cheapest models.
This is where the company’s name comes from.
Blue Sensor is a Turkish word that means “blue” or “blue light.”
They’ve been around since the 1930s, but they’re becoming a bigger player in the industry, and a lot better known than the likes of Blue Eye.
The new product will also be on display at the World Expo in Istanbul in September.
Blue sensors are also becoming more common in the US.
According to a recent survey by Consumer Reports, there are 1.3 million Blue Sensors in the United States.
That’s up from about 400,000 in 2013.
The companies name also means “white” or similar.
They’ve had a lot less success in Turkey, but there’s a reason for that.
There’s been a lot going on in Turkey in recent years.
The country has been rocked by a series of political protests, economic crisis, and protests against the government’s plans to privatize the national oil company, and the military has been accused of a coup.
At least three people have been killed, and more than 2,000 have been arrested.
The government has denied these allegations.
Many people who are affected by these protests have expressed concern about the use of medical devices in the wake of the protests.
There is also the fact that the military is also a major player in Turkey’s oil and gas sector.
This has created some tension between the government and the companies that sell medical devices, and some people are looking to boycott the company in protest.
However, there’s no word yet on what Blue Sensor plans to do about this, or whether it will remain in Turkey.
Blue Sensor started as a project of Ambulans founder, Gevour Gürsell, who wanted to provide a more accessible option for ambulances.
He created the company to cater to the needs of those with physical disabilities, who could not travel by land or sea.
According in a press statement, Gürso said that he wanted to create an ambulance that is more affordable, and also more flexible, as a way to reduce the cost of ambulance services and improve mobility.
This would also include a wider range of vehicles to make the service more efficient and less expensive.
He added that this was also because ambulances are often used in military operations.
As a result, the company has been around a lot longer than the other companies, and has seen success in many parts of Turkey.
The first Blue Sensor ambulance was a prototype in 2002, but the company didn’t produce any ambulances until 2005.
They were also involved in a number of projects including a company called Simea, which produced ambulances for disabled people in a variety of fields, including the construction industry, health care, and retail.
Blue Sensions ambulance has been a success, with the company seeing an average of 100,000 people in Turkey each day, according the company website.
This includes people who use ambulances to treat injuries, to transport people to appointments or other services, and to get medical attention.
There have been no reports of any problems related to Blue Sensor’s products.
Blue sensor also manufactures a number different ambulance models.
The Ambulant ambulance has a variety options that are different from the standard ambulance.
The Blue Eye model includes a more traditional design with a headrest and an open stretcher.
This ambulance is very similar to a traditional ambulance, with a large headrest, and is not equipped with an open wheelchair.
This model is available in three colors: blue, red, and black.
The Taurus ambulance has an open front and back stretcher that allows people to lie down in the seat.
It has a standard stretcher and a small wheel, which is usually used for children.
The Simean ambulance is the most expensive model.
It’s also the most common model.
This comes with a wheelchair, a stretcher, and two seats.
This costs $1,000.
Blue Sense has also released a wheelchair and a stretchers that are both compatible with