Turkish Havelsan will open its first Middle East office in Qatar, a country that is one of its strategic partners.
Havelsan Deputy General Manager Mehmet Akif Nacar stated that the company's office that is to be opened in the Qatari capital aims to monitor the company's projects in Doha, Dailysabah reported Wednesday.
Havelsan officials are conducting consultation talks with the Qatari authorities related to technical training and marine systems within the scope of the Havelsan's activities. Nacar underscored that the Turkish air defense company has been collaborating with Qatar since 2013.
The cooperation with the company focuses on cyber security, information technologies, command control systems, and training and simulation technologies. Previously, Havelsan produced a helicopter simulator for the Qatari Air Forces to offer training that is equivalent to a real life flight experience under all weather conditions, and they will soon start using it. The simulator enables pilots to test all kinds of operations and situations encountered in the air. It can also test pilots' abilities by replicating all kinds of weather conditions.
Turkeys Havelsan will open its first Middle East office in Qatar to offer business development and project management services to the region which includes Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain, Jordan and United Arab Emirates. "We will conduct business development and project management services in the Middle Eastern countries, especially in Qatar through our office, where 15 to 20 engineers and technicians will work
State-controlled defense firms Aselsan and Havelsan have won a 200 million euro (US $219 million) electronic systems sub-contract for the Turkish navys first landing platform dock (LPD). The companies announced the signing of the contract with Sedef shipyards Thursday
Turkey's Havelsan will acquire flight simulation assets of Quantum3D that has US government units and civil companies as its customers, in order to increase simulation and training abilities. The deal with Quantum3D will likely to be finalized this year and its products will continue to be sold under the Quantum3D brand name like before, various media reported last week
AgustaWestland and Havelsanare today announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate and jointly market and sell their complementary training products and capabilities. Sadik YAMAC, CEO of Havelsan, said, “Havelsan wishes to provide simulation and synthetic training systems, including information management solutions, in support of the various rotorcraft platforms purchased by the Turkish Government and International Defence and Government Customers
CAE today announced it has been awarded a series of military contracts valued at more than C$85 million, including a program to provide its CAE Medallion-6000 image generator for Turkish Air Force fighter and trainer aircraft simulators, a program to continue providing training services to the U.S
Qatar has signed an agreement to buy 24 Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jets from the UK. The cost of the deal has not been released
Turkeys Havelsan has signed a contract to open Joint Warfare Center to Qatar Armed Forces, the company announced through a tweet
The tiny Kingdom of Qatar has moved up three places on the list of the World's biggest military spenders in two years and now ranks behind Saudi Arabia and India. Qatar, which entered the Top Ten for the first time in 2015 (ranked sixth), is now ranked third, with significant imports from the USA, Germany, Switzerland and France, according to data released by UK Defense and Security Export Statistics for 2016 released last month
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