Baykar Technologies releases conceptual design images of its new aircraft system for the first time.
After recent agreements with Poland and Ukraine, Albania will become the next buyer of Turkish combat drones, which are high in demand.
Turkey has demonstrated to other countries that it can limit Russia without the help of the US and Western European powers, adding a new element to Moscow’s strategic calculations.
Poland becomes the first NATO country to purchase Turkish UAVs, which have proved their mettle in various high-intensity conflicts.
Turkey’s major drone manufacturer says Canada’s cancellation of drone technology export permits to Turkey will not harm Baykar.
The technologically superior drone is equipped with missiles and cruise missiles. It can also collect data from a high altitude.
Andair, a British aerospace company, says it suspended sending drone parts to Baykar, a Turkish arm manufacturer, on the request of the Armenian embassy.
The car is named after Ismail al Jazari, a renowned 12th-century Muslim engineer and polymath.
Azerbaijani parliament has already approved agreement for purchase of Turkish-made combat drones.
Indigenously built, Bayraktar TB-2 is a medium altitude long endurance tactical unmanned aerial vehicle capable of conducting intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, as well as armed attack missions.
The country has made big strides towards homegrown arms production, creating a demand for exports and reducing its reliance on imports by 48 percent compared to the previous five-year period.
Turkey carries out military operations in Syria and uses arms and weapons that it manufactures domestically. Technological progress in Turkey's defence industry is helping the nation become a major exporter in the region.
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