IDEF 2023: Promec from Türkiye unveils Promavzer transforming rifles into remote-controlled weapons


Promec, a Turkish company working in the defense industry under the brand Triosys, has developed a product called Promavzer. Promavzer is a light, serial, mobile, and remote-controlled weapon system specially designed for security forces operating in high-risk areas. The system enables soldiers to transform their standard rifles into mobile remote-controlled weapons.
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Promavzer is a light, serial, mobile, and remote-controlled weapon system specially designed for security forces operating in high-risk areas (Picture source: Promec)


Promavzer offers a range of valuable features, enhancing safety and efficiency for soldiers in combat scenarios. One of its key benefits is the ability to operate the weapon system remotely. Additionally, the system boasts quick setup times, allowing it to be deployed and operational within 5-10 minutes. This swift installation ensures immediate protection and firepower in volatile and rapidly changing situations.

Designed with portability in mind, Promavzer weighs a mere 10-15 kg (depending on the configuration), making it easy for soldiers to transport and carry on their backs. Furthermore, the system promotes versatility by enabling soldiers to attach different weapons, such as 5.56 and 7.62mm rifles, to the remote-controlled platform during their duties, eliminating the need for additional firearms. For added convenience, Promavzer offers multiple control options. Users can operate the system either by wire or wirelessly, providing flexibility within a 100-meter diameter area.

The integration of existing cameras further enhances its capabilities. Promavzer can be equipped with a day camera, a thermal camera, and a laser range finder. Moreover, if needed, other compatible cameras can be seamlessly integrated into the system.

Yusuf Eldoğan, the General Manager of Promavzer, said that Promavzer is currently in the prototype stage. The company plans to complete operational and environmental condition tests by the end of the year, aiming to deliver the system to military personnel.


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Promavzer can be equipped with a day camera, a thermal camera, and a laser range finder. Moreover, if needed, other compatible cameras can be seamlessly integrated into the system. (Picture source: Promec)


Defense News Augus 2023