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IDEF 2015
International Defence Industry Fair

05 - 08 May 2015
Istanbul , Turkey
 
ASELSAN innovations at IDEF 2015
 
 
Aselsan latest innovations and technologies in the field of military equipment at IDEF 2015.
The Turkish Defense Company Aselsan operates in the fields of the design, development, production, system integration, and after-sales services of Military Communications Systems, Radar Systems, Electronic Warfare Systems, Electro-Optic Systems, Navigation and Avionic Systems, Weapons Systems, Command Control Communication Computer Intelligence Reconnaissance and Surveillance Systems, Naval Systems, Unmanned Systems, and Traffic and Toll Collection Systems.
     
     
During IDEF 2015, the International Defense Industry Fait which was held in Istanbul from 5 to 8 May 2015, Aselsan has presented a full range of its new technologies and innovations in the field of military equipment.

On of the new product of Aselsan at IDEF 2015 is s the Modular Security Management Center which can be placed in critical area for border or base security purposes. The modularity of the system is the main advantage that consists of sensors solutions such as the land surveillance radar , optics and electro-optic systems.

The main sensor of the system is the ground surveillance radar which has a detection capability for a single person from 10 km. Four counter-measure, the system is equipped with 12,7 stabilized weapon station. The systems includes also seismic sensors to have a total control of security perimeter .

An UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) can also be integrated into the system . Aselsan has also developed all the software part of the system that change the detection capabilities and provides the control of all sensors of the platform.
     
The Koral is a land based radar electronic warfare system which consists of one Radar Electronic Support (ES) and a multi Radar Electronic Attack (EA) Systems to cover the full spectrum, each mounted on a 8x8 tactical military truck. Aselsan Koral land based radar electronic warfare system at IDEF 2015, International Defense Exhibition in Istanbul, Turkey.
     
At IDEF 2015, nobody can miss the impressive KORAL system displayed on Aselsan's booth. KORAL System is composed of two 8x8 military trucks, each carrying an element of the system. One of these elements is the Radar Electronic Support (ES) and the other is a multi Radar Electronic Attack (EA) Systems to cover the full spectrum.
 

The Koral is a land based radar electronic warfare system which consists of one Radar Electronic Support (ES) and a multi Radar Electronic Attack (EA) Systems to cover the full spectrum, each mounted on a 8x8 tactical military truck.

The KORAL system is operated by two operators within the Operation Control Unit (OCU) and a Supervisor ICU which are compliance with NATO standards and also supporting NBC protection.
     
The TORK anti-torpedo torpedo is also another new product showed at IDEF 2015 by Aselsan which is able of destroying acoustic-guided, wire-guided, unguided and slipstream-guided torpedoes that are aimed at surface vessels or submarines. Aselsan TORK anti-torpedo torpedo at IDEF 2015.
     
The TORK anti-torpedo torpedo is also another new product showed at IDEF 2015 by Aselsan which is able of destroying acoustic-guided, wire-guided, unguided and slipstream-guided torpedoes that are aimed at surface vessels or submarines.

After TORK is launched it can measure the distance and the direction of the threats that are approaching the surface vessels or the submarines. When the anti-torpedo system approaches the threat it detonates and deactivates the enemy torpedo at a long distance from the friendly surface vessel or submarine.
     
The Korkut is a new short-range air defense system designed and developed by Aselsan to offer mobile effective air defense of mechanized troops and mobile units. The main part of the system is based on a FNSS ACV-30 tracked chassis fitted a turret armed with two 35mm automatic cannon. Aselsan Korkut new short-range air defense system 35mm automatic cannon at IDEF 2015
     
The Korkut is a new short-range air defense system designed and developed by Aselsan to offer mobile effective air defense of mechanized troops and mobile units. The main part of the system is based on a FNSS ACV-30 tracked chassis fitted a turret armed with two 35mm automatic cannon.
 

KORKUT Gun System has capability of firing 35 mm Airburst Ammunition -which is also a product of ASELSAN- in addition to conventional type 35 mm ammunitions. KORKUT Gun System –together with 35 mm Airburst Ammunition- highly improves the effectiveness of ground based air defense against modern air threats including air-to-ground missiles, cruise missiles and UAVs with a maximum range of 4 km.

The 35 mm cannons have a rate of fire of 1,100 rounds, per barrel, per minute. A 3D fire control radar is mounted on the rear top of the turret with a thermal imager and a day TV camera at the right side.
     
At IDEF 2015, Aselsan also unveils its new HISAR new medium range air defense missile system, called HISAR. This Low and Medium Altitude Air Defense Missile Systems is able to destroy any aerial threats at low-medium altitude. Aselsan Hisar-A medium range air defense missile system at IDEF 2015
     
At IDEF 2015, Aselsan also unveils its new HISAR new medium range air defense missile system, called HISAR. This Low and Medium Altitude Air Defense Missile Systems is able to destroy any aerial threats at low-medium altitude.
 

Hisar-A is based on an FNSS ACV-30 tracked vehicle chassis armed with four Roketsan Hisar-A SAMs. Formerly known as T-Laladmis, the tracked Hisar-A system mounts its own mast-mounted air surveillance radar and an electro-optic/infrared (EO/IR) system, allowing it to operate as an independent standalone system without the need to operate as a battery with a separate FCS. The Hisar-A system is manned by a crew of three: two control personnel and a driver for the vehicle.

According the Turkish Defense Company Roketsan who has developed the missile for the HISAR-A, Hisar-A missile (previously known as AIHSF) has a maximum altitude of 5 km and a maximum overall range of 15 km (at sea level).
 

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