Turkey's Defense Industry Agenda 01 - 07 August 2022

Turkish Aerospace delivered the third Aksungur UCAV to the Turkish Naval Forces Command.

Turkish and UAE companies signed to invest $37 million in battery technology in Turkey's capital Ankara.

Mini-spotter UAV system TOGAN, developed by STM, entered the inventory of the Turkish Armed Forces.

Head of Defense Industry Agency Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir and an accompanying delegation visited CANİK factory in Samsun.

ASFAT exported ballistic protective helmet KORBAS-lll to the Gambian Armed Forces.

3 Akıncı UAVs produced by Baykar Technologies entered the inventory of the Turkish Air Force Command.

The new version of KOVAN, Next Generation Business Management System developed by HAVELSAN, has been released.

Turkish Aerospace has announced that Turkey's largest and the world's 5th largest radar cross-sectional area test facility will begin its operations in the second quarter of 2024.

Otokar production COBRA-II Tactical Wheeled Armored Vehicles were displayed in the Ivory Coast army inventory.

Developed by CANİK, the 12.7-millimeter machine gun CANİK M2 QCB entered the Turkish Armed forces inventory as mass production began.

A Military Framework Agreement was signed between Turkey and Sierra Leone.

HAVELSAN Chairman of the Board Prof. Dr. Hacı Ali Mantar became the Rector of Gebze Technical University.

It was announced that 186 companies and institutions from 51 countries and 4390 people excluding the protocol attended the SEDEC 2022 fair.

According to the data of the Turkish Exporters Assembly, Turkish defense and aerospace exports exceeded 2 billion dollars in the first 7 months of 2022.

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