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Sujet: Industrie militaire turque Sam 16 Fév 2013 - 14:20
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Le SSM travaille sur un mécanisme de crédit de gouvernement à gouvernement pour les exportations.
En gros, un FMS Turc
De la bouche du SSM Murad Bayar :
The strengths of the Turkish defence industry have been a high-level of cost effectivity, high quality, on time delivery and a very effective after-sales support in all of those regions. We are also working on a new export credit mechanism for Government to Government (G2G) sales of defence products. We believe that Turkish defence products will be also advantageous in terms of finance after establishing this credit mechanism.
TURKISH DEFENSE INDUSTRY KEY TO GROWTH, SAYS TOP OFFICIAL
Turkey is looking to become one of the leading defense industry suppliers, but economic and political challenges are still unresolved, a top defense industry official says
Daily Sabah with Anadolu Agency Updated : 01.09.2014 02:31:35 Published : 01.09.2014 01:42:08
Turkish defense industry key to growth, says top official ISTANBUL — Undersecretary for Defense Industry İsmail Demir said at a press conference on Friday that it is not possible to achieve middle and long-term economic goals including becoming one of the top 10 economies in the world by 2023 - the centennial of the foundation of the Republic and increase annual Turkish exports to $500 billion (TL 1.08 trillion), which are currently $160 billion, with the current performance of the defense industry. He also stressed the necessity of radical changes in the sector to fulfill these objectives.
Demir noted, "Turkey is not a market for the technologically advanced countries, which are the movers and shakers of the defense industry and whose economies are among the top ten in the world. Turkey is no longer a country to market defense equipment and this is very important. "Touching upon the difficulty of giving precise figures about Turkey's capability to meet its own requirements of the defense industry, Demir told, "Turkey satisfies more than 50 percent of its requirement through domestic resources. It is too difficult to make a distinction between the numbers of domestic and foreign products. One of the top priorities of our defense industry's strategy is to guarantee that the products, which we need in the long run, are produced in Turkey."
Turkey, South Africa hold bilateral military talks "We held bilateral talks with South Africa's Defense Minister and Deputy Minister of Defense," Turkish Deputy Minister of National Defense Hasan Kemal Yardimci said.
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Turkey and South Africa have held bilateral talks aimed at strengthening their security and military cooperation, a Turkish deputy minister has said.
"We held bilateral talks with South Africa's Defense Minister and Deputy Minister of Defense," Turkish Deputy Minister of National Defense Hasan Kemal Yardimci told Anadolu Agency in an interview in Johannesburg.
Yardimci said his visit to South Africa aims to attend the Africa Aerospace and Defense Fair (AAD), held at Waterkloof military base in the capital Pretoria from September 17-21.
The defense fair, which was officially opened by South Africa’s Minister of Defense Nosiviwe Mapisa, is said to be the most important military trade event on the African continent with over 300 stands exhibiting products and services.
Yardimci, who was speaking to AA during the Second Turkish Film Festival in Johannesburg on Friday night, said his second reason for visiting South Africa was to hold bilateral talks with government officials and representatives of industries in the country.
"I was here to hold bilateral talks and show our support to Turkish firms which engaged with the fair; and also establish a ground for joint venture between South African and Turkish firms as South Africa is known very well with its military industry booming largely," he said.
The Turkish deputy minister said that he also held talks with senior executives of Denel, a South African armament company, one of the biggest in the military industry.
"These bilateral talks ensure that the doors are open to Turkish firms to get involved and developed," he said. "As government, we support our firms, as we have a few here, ASELSAN and OTOKAR of defense industry."
ASELSAN is a leading electronic systems company in Turkey that designs, develops and manufactures modern electronic systems for military and industrial customers, in Turkey and abroad.
The deputy minister said that the Turkish firm ASELSAN intends to open a branch in South Africa.
"We are trying to establish bilateral military deals between the two countries to give more room to the industrial business," Yardimci said.
He said that Turkey has invited the South African Deputy Minister of Defense to visit the country.
"We invited the minister of Defense of South Africa to the IDEF 2015, 12th International Defense Industry Fair which has been organized by Turkish Armed Forces, to be held in Istanbul," he said.
Turkey and South Africa enjoy good bilateral relations and previously signed a Defense Industry Cooperation Agreement during the Africa Aerospace and Defense Fair in 2012. The accord authorized the two countries to cooperate more closely on defense and security matters.
Donc le design final a changé, porte d'embarquement sur le côté et ouverture à l'avant, vraiment intéressant ce programme. Par contre trop cher pour notre marine, ça donne 195,5millions € l'unité.
Ship is a mono-hull type vessel, all steel construction, designed to meet the speed, sea keeping maneuverability and stability requirements of Turkish Naval Forces Command. Expected service life will be 40 years. Displacement : 7125 Tons Length (LOA) : 138.75 m Length (LWL) : 130.80 m Beam : 19,60 m Draught : Less than 2.0 m forward, less than 5.0 m aft at full load Propulsion : 4 x main diesel engines 2880 kW each, 2x shafts, 2x controllable pitch propellers 1x 500 kW bow thruster Speed (max continuous) : 18 + knots at full load displacement. Sea worthiness : Ship will have an unlimited operation capability at Sea State-5 and will be operable with some limitations at Sea State-6 or higher. Unlimited helicopter operations at Sea State-4. Complement: Ship : 12 officers, 51 petty officers, 66 ratings Joint Group Headquarters : 17 officers Marines : 350 Ship is capable of carrying 1180 tons of mixed vehicles or cargo on vehicle and open decks at full performance. Electric : 4x785 kW Diesel Generators with Power Management System 380 V, 3 Phase, 50 Hz.
Sujet: Re: Industrie militaire turque Ven 17 Oct 2014 - 22:05
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Sujet: Re: Industrie militaire turque Jeu 23 Oct 2014 - 10:33
Lockheed Martin Teams with Roketsan of Turkey on New Standoff Missile for the F-35
Ankara, Oct. 22, 2014 – Roketsan and Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] signed a teaming agreement today for collaboration on the SOM-J, a new generation air-to-surface Standoff Cruise Missile for the F-35 Lightning II.
The SOM system is an autonomous, long-range, low-observable, all-weather, precision air-to-surface cruise missile. The SOM-J variant is tailored for internal carriage on the F-35 aircraft. The companies will jointly develop, produce, market and support SOM-J for internal carriage on the F-35 aircraft or external carriage on other aircraft.
Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control Executive Vice President Rick Edwards and Roketsan Chairman of the Board Eyüp Kaptan signed the agreement.
“Lockheed Martin has a long history of partnership with the Republic of Turkey, and we look forward to working closely with Roketsan on this very important project,” Edwards said. “SOM-J will provide the F-35 and other aircraft an exceptional capability to meet the most challenging mission requirements. We look forward to combining the skills and know-how of our two great companies to produce a world-class system to meet customers’ expanding needs for long-range, survivable cruise missile technology.”
“At Roketsan, we believe this teaming will increase the attention on SOM-J and present a superior solution to fulfill the requirements of anti-surface warfare capabilities on the F-35 aircraft,” Kaptan said. “We value our partnership with Lockheed Martin and look forward to additional business opportunities in the future.”
Roketsan Inc. was founded in 1988 for the purpose of “possessing a leading institution in the country for designing, developing and manufacturing rockets and missiles.” Roketsan is rapidly going forward to become a global company in defense industries sector with personnel of more than 1,800, 51 percent of which comprise engineers, an invested capital of TL 4 billion and its accumulation of technologic knowledge. Roketsan has become a corporation, the operations of which now extend beyond the borders of the country, which participates in NATO programs in its field of technology and is capable of supplying its products to friendly countries besides the Turkish Armed Forces.
Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that employs approximately 113,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services. The Corporation’s net sales for 2013 were $45.4 billion.
_________________ Le Prophéte (saw) a dit: Les Hommes Les meilleurs sont ceux qui sont les plus utiles aux autres
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Sujet: Re: Industrie militaire turque Dim 26 Oct 2014 - 14:49
Les tests du drone tactique Bayrak est passé avec succès..
Autonomie: 30 heures. Plafond: 30 000 ft
Des recherches sont mené pour développer des drones solaires avec une très plus grande autonomie. Le prototype TAN100:
Il suffit de relié un drone MALE par Satcom et d'avoir une autonomie presque illimité.
Toute façon, le drone-zeppelin de conception turc sera alimenté par l'énergie solaire. Autonomie illimité, sera utilisé pour la protection des frontières, ports, et feu de forêt, des bases militaires, à partir de 1m38.
Le nouveau fusil d'assaut de l'armée turque pendant les tests.. Ils auraient du utilisé du calibre 6,5mm au lieu 7.62mm.
Sujet: Re: Industrie militaire turque Dim 11 Jan 2015 - 12:24
Le char Altay entame les derniers tests, ils ont l'air d'avoir changé la tourelle:
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Sujet: Re: Industrie militaire turque Dim 11 Jan 2015 - 14:17
belle panoplie d'armement made in Turkey.
_________________ L'homme sage est celui qui vient toujours chercher des conseils dabord, des armes on en trouve partout.
feu Hassan II.
Sujet: Re: Industrie militaire turque Sam 24 Jan 2015 - 15:29
Les tests concluants pour l'arme laser (YGLSS) développé par la SAVTAG (Groupe de soutien de recherche en technologie de sécurité et de défense du TÜBITAK (institut R&D étatique) turque pour un budget de 120 millions $ (juste le R&D), pour une période de 6 ans, il reste 4 ans pour que cette armée soit opérationnelle.
Cette arme équipera la marine, l'armée de terre et la Turasf. Sera vendable pour les pays amis et alliés.