Turkish company Asis Elektronik ve Bilişim Sistemleri A.Ş. has developed “SONGAR” armed drone system that will be on display at IDEF-2019 to be held between April 30 and May 3, 2019 in Büyükçekmece, Turkey.
The drone system consists of an automatic weapon fixed on a remotely controlled small drone.
The company released a video footage of the drone on its official Twitter page on Wednesday. It shows a rifle-like weapon attached to the drone firing at various targets.
"SONGAR, the first national automatic firing stabilized Armed Drone System developed for day and night use in every operation for military and security purposes, will be at IDEF19 on April 30 — May 3. Meet ASİSGUARD, defense structure of ASİS, at our stand: Hall 3 — 318A," the caption accompanying the tweet stated.
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