UMEX 2022: Turkish company Interdata showcases GOK ALP Laser Guided Mini Missile System
Interdata’s Laser-Guided Mini Missile System is an innovative weapon system that is used in both hybrid and conventional operations. It can be launched from manned or unmanned platforms and enables effective destruction power against stationary targets and personnel with superiority of range and precision capability.
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Interdata Laser-Guided Mini Missile System (Picture source: Army Recognition)
The UAV in carbon fiber is motorized with four electric engines and eight propellers. It can fly for 20 minutes at a maximum altitude of 10,000 Ft and within a 3km-radius limit set by its communication range. The GOK ALP is equipped with an Interdata autopilot system. It has an empty weight of 27.8 kg and a maximum payload of 8 kg, noting that it includes a gimbal (30x Zoom OayTV,600x480p IRCamera, 3km Range LRF) and two missiles.
The empty weight of a Roketsan missile fired by this system guided by a semi-active laser beam is 1.2 kg. Its maximum range is set at 1,000 meters, with a 1-meter CEP.
Interada Laser-Guided Mini Missile System (Picture source: Army Recognition)
Roketsan Laser-Guided Missile (Picture source: Roketsan)
Defense News February 2022