Welcome to Bastiyali Inventions
Revolutionary US Patent approved ideas of the 21st Century
Moving 3d hologram ad
A revolutionary advertising concept. The core concept is a hologram ad displayed on top of any object that moves, such as a taxi, ferry, train, and even a flying taxi set to debut in the future. The hologram ad will display with the aid of an LED hologram fan. Advertisers will pay for assigned time slots, and since this is an inexpensive way to advertises, start-up companies will be able to afford it and have an opportunity to grow their business. Also patented is an interactive screen where passengers can add special effects to and hologram ad and share it with friends on social media.
The primary safety feature of the SmartSafe is a “smart start system,” which prevents the car from starting while the driver’s devices such as the smartphone, Apple watch, and even smart glasses are unsecured. This product is equipped with UV lighting to disinfect the devices as well as an ems battery to prevent radiation that may emit from the smartphone. For navigation, the driver can plug Amazon Alexa into one of the sockets, and also plug in a transmitter that can sync with the driver’s smart home systems and automatically trigger lighting profiles, or open the garage door when the car arrives in the driveway. For more information visit www.smartsafe.net.
The smart Safe Cabinet
The primary function is to lock away people’s smartphones in assigned slots so they can focus on a task without being distracted by it. It’s ideal for schools where students will have teachers full attention and maximize their learning. A few minutes before any school break, the cabinet will send a text warning the student that the phone will deactivate unless it’s placed back in the cabinet. In addition to schools, the cabinet would be ideal in hospitals to prevent patients’ health from being compromised by nurses browsing on their phone. In any office setting, employees will be more productive to maximize the companies profits if their personal smartphones are locked away. The cabinet is also equipped with an integrated charged and UV lighting to disinfect the phones, which will prevent the spread of any viruses.
Reserve my Lounger
A cutting edge and time-saving product for any vacationer needing to assure his/her lounge chair is waiting for their arrival at the beach or pool. The lounge is equipped with a smart safe that serves as a duel function. For families wanting a break from technology, they will place their phones in the safe and only get access once the beach or pool activity is over. For those that want technology with the aid of a solar panel, they can charge their phones in the safe and even lock away their valuables in it .
Reserve my Buoy
Reserve my buoy gives boaters an opportunity to reserve a buoy in any bay in advance. Since the number of vessels increases each year, there is a greater chance for a boater to get locked out of a bay forcing the captain to drop anchor for an overnight stay, which is less secure. With reserve, my buoy boaters can enjoy their vacation without having to worry about securing a buoy, and establishments such as restaurants in bays and governments will make money online charging for the buoy.
Midtown Loft & Terrace
An upscale venue in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, offering two distinctly elegant spaces: Midtown Loft and Midtown Terrace, at one exquisite address.
An event production company, carrying TV screens, up-lights, gobo lights, draped ceilings, a variety of chandeliers, illuminated high-top tables and ottomans.
267 Fifth Avenue
Office space available to the textile industry, offering spaces from 169 sq ft. to an entire floor of 5000 sq ft, specializing in textile company showrooms.
The most modern photo booth currently on the market, featuring two integrated screens with the ability to share images instantly via social media.
Meet the Inventor
Tarkan Bastiyali was born in Dusseldorf, Germany, on November 14, 1977, to a German-Turkish family. He is an entrepreneur and recently an inventor.
After graduating from the New York University Department of History with honors in 2000, Tarkan successfully converted his family’s building on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan into a one-of-a-kind textile boutique building that has been featured several times in the magazine Home Textiles Today.
In 2006, Tarkan opened the Midtown Loft and Terrace in New York City. The venue’s two top floors have hosted events for many Fortune 500 companies, including Google, Yelp, IBM, Samsung, Facebook, Salesforce, Ralf Lauren, Disney, and Universal Studios. On weekends, the venue hosts weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, and sweet sixteen parties. The venue has been featured on NBC’s The Apprentice and Hollywood movies such as The Girl on the Train. Tarkan has also helped many charity organizations by offering the use of the venue as a donation. The event space is also well known in Europe, particularly in the U.K., and has hosted many corporate and wedding clients hailing from the U.K.
Tarkan’s motivation is to have a positive impact on the world. The most important day for many people is their wedding day, and for the past 16 years, Tarkan has made his space affordable for wedding clients, and as of 2019, it has won the Bridal Choice Award from Wedding Wire for Ten years in a row.
In 2019, Tarkan Bastiyali was inducted into Marquis Who’s Who in America.
Between 2017 and 2019, Tarkan filed for seven patents, three of which were approved by the United States Patent and Trademark Protection Agency (USTPA), with others pending. In 2020 to help out with the pandemic, Tarkan and his wife Viktoriya are exporting a high-tech sanitizer unit from Europe to the United States that not only disinfects your hands and personal belongings with UV lighting but also checks a person’s temperature. It’s the only machine in the world that offers so many features. Tarkan and his wife Viktoriya also have exclusive rights to sell this revolutionary product to the United States and own the domain www.smartsanitizer.com and filed for this brand’s trademarks.
In 2020, Tarkan also launched www.Bastiyaliinventions.com, showcasing all of his patented inventions.
Tarkan married his wife Viktoriya in 2005. The couple has a daughter, Aryanna, and a son, Adryan. Tarkan credits most of his success to his wife’s support and partnership. Tarkan also enjoys hobbies such as boating, tennis, and basketball. Tarkan resides in the Upper East Side during the week and at a house in Southampton on the weekends.
Inventor / Entrepreneur
Viktoriya Bastiyali was born in a small town called Vilok, on the west of Ukraine, in 1987 to a Ukrainian – Hungarian family.
She started modeling at age 12 and successfully modeled couture and high fashion in Ukraine, South Korea, Japan, Hungary, Russia, Italy, France and Germany. After moving to New York, she continued her modeling career at New York’s Elite Modeling Agency, securing a 10-page spread in the Elegant Bride magazine, and participated in Project Runway and many other high fashion shows. She has advertised clothing designers such as Moschino, make-up spreads and costume accessories for a diverse clientele in the areas of print modeling and runways.
Viktoriya graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2015 with two degrees in Fashion Merchandising Management and International Trade and Marketing for the Fashion Industries
Viktoriya is fluent in Russian, Ukrainian and English.
“It’s been a fairytale story, I fell in love with my husband Tarkan when I was 18 and married a year after. We blessed to have two children Aryanna and Adryan. My husband and I work closely on all our ventures and ideas.”