French Le Figaro: Turkey has become one of the world’s leading UAV manufacturers with the USA, Israel and China
The French newspaper Le Figaro wrote that Turkey has become one of the world's leading UAV manufacturers with the USA, Israel and China in ten years.
November 5, 2021
The first delivery of Aksungur, an armed unmanned aerial vehicle (AUAV) developed within the Turkish defense industry, was made to the Naval Forces Command.
October 20, 2021
Turkish defense industry companies are developing solutions to neutralize drone-borne threats using a kamikaze unmanned aerial vehicle.
October 9, 2021
Included in HAVELSAN's "digital unity" concept, BAHA, a vertical take-off and landing unmanned aerial vehicle, conducted the first field test in the border region, accompanied by security forces.
October 2, 2021
A protocol was signed between the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense and Baykar on the construction of a joint unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) maintenance and training center.
September 30, 2021
The Canadian Foreign Minister announced that the export of the Wescam MX-15D camera, which is located in Bayraktar TB2 and ANKA SİHAs, to Turkey has been stopped.
September 29, 2021
Ukrainian Chief of General Staff Valeriy Zaluzhny announced that they plan to purchase 4 more Bayraktar TB2 type unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) complexes for 2021-2022.
September 16, 2021
ASELSAN Chairman and General Manager Haluk Görgün stated that the number of deliveries in CATS, the electro-optical reconnaissance, surveillance and targeting system, which frees unmanned aerial vehicles from dependence on imported products, has reached 13.
September 15, 2021
The developments regarding the SİHAs we sell to NATO countries do not slow down. Evaluating the statement of the Polish Minister of Defense that "it will work in harmony with the F-35 and other systems", experts describe the process with the metaphor of "F-16s of SİHAs can be Turkish SİHAs".
June 10, 2021
In a news published in the Wall Street Journal, one of the leading newspapers in the USA, it was stated that low-cost armed unmanned aerial vehicles (SİHA) produced in Turkey took part as a "game changer" in the wars in Syria, Libya and Azerbaijan.
June 4, 2021