Turkey’s Defense Industry Agenda 14 – 20 February 2022

The first RF seeker missile for the HİSAR O+ system successfully completed a test fire destroying a flying target.

Turkish Teknic announced that the base maintenance of its first Boeing 787 has been completed.

Developed by HAVELSAN, the new generation business management system HAVELSAN KOVAN had its "Product Evaluation Workshop"

The Turkish Mechanical and Chemical Industry company MKE instituted new regulations for the rights of its employees.

Profen company attended the SmallSat symposium held in Silicon Valley in the USA.

PN MİLGEM 3rd Project Review Meeting was held in Istanbul between ASFAT and Pakistani delegation.

The defense company Coşkunöz Holding increased its revenue by 30% in 2021 and reached 330 million Euros.

Vestel Defense changed its name to LENTATEK.

Otokar Central Asia Board Member Ufuk Aybar said that Otokar aims to produce armored combat vehicles in Kazakhstan.

Presidency of Defense Industries head İsmail Demir visited TÜBİTAK SAGE.

Teknokent Defense Industry Cluster members held their first meeting with the participation of the new chairman of the cluster, Bilal Aktaş.

Turkish Teknic developed a drone to detect damage in aircraft as a result of lightning strikes.

The Libyan Naval Forces Commander and the accompanying delegation visited ASFAT.

HAVELSAN's future vision and goals in the field of artificial intelligence were discussed at the 6th technology panel organized by HAVELSAN.

Turkish Aerospace exhibited a mockup of its 5th generation fighter for the first time in the Asian market at the Singapore Airshow.

STM successfully completed the first phase of its block chain based Turkish Trade Chain R&D Project.

The Turkish Armed Forces and the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Turkey provided military and technical equipment assistance to the Kyrgyz Armed Forces.

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