Turkey’s Defense Industry Undersecretariat and defense giants ASELSAN and Roketsan have signed an accord for a national long-range defense system project.
ASELSAN said Tuesday that its share under the agreement was 869 million Turkish liras ($227 million) and 279.3 million euros ($342 million) and that the deliveries will be completed in 2021.
ASELSAN designs, develops and manufactures military communication systems, radar and electronic warfare systems, electro-optical systems and defense and weapon systems for the Turkish military, in addition exports abroad.
Turkeys defense company Aselsan has signed a 76.8 million euro ($92
Aselsan has announced that it has entered into an agreement with the Turkeys Undersecretariat for Defense Industries (SSM) for a short-range, low-altitude aerial defense system. “A short range/low altitude defense system agreement … has been signed between ASELSAN and the Undersecretariat for Defense Industries on December 29, 2017,” Aselsan was quoted as saying in a statement to the Public Disclosure Platform (KAP) by state-run Anadolu Agency
Presidency of Defence industries (SSB) of Turkey has signed a deal with two indigenous companies Rokestan and Aselsan to jointly manufacture the countrys first anti-ship missile, a Turkish newspaper reported quoting an SSB statement on Friday. Roketsan is tasked with serial production of ATMACA cruise missiles while Aselsan will work on the launch control systems and other important equipment for the missiles
Turkey has commenced work on ‘Project Siper, its first long range air defense system to protect itself from missiles and aircraft. Project Siper will perform similar roles as the S-400 air defence system that Ankara bought from Russia and the US-made Patriot which Washington reportedly refused to sell to Turkey
Turkish Aselsan is preparing to add new versions of SARP weapon systems. “Through its extensive surveillance and remote control capabilities, SARP enhances situational awareness of the gunner in his proximity while the vulnerability to attacks is decreased drastically,” the company said on its website
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