IHA-230 supersonic missile is capable of hitting targets up to 140 kilometres away.
Between 2018-22, Türkiye’s global share in arms trade rose from 0.6 percent to 1.1 percent, making the country the 12th biggest arms exporter globally.
The system will have the capacity to fight aircraft, cruise missiles, air-to-ground missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles.
Cakir – the new generation missile with a range of over 150 kilometres – will be able to engage targets with high precision regardless of weather conditions thanks to its advanced mid- and terminal phase guidance systems.
Ankara aims to reach full domestic capability in airspace defence, which has seen multiple rocket attacks from neighbouring war-torn Syria.
Goal is to develop armed drones that can take off, land on aircraft carriers with short runways, says Turkey's President Erdogan.
Major Turkish and global defence companies are giving demos of their latest military products to top officials and experts at a defence fair in Istanbul.
The HISAR-A+ short-range air defence system is an advanced and upgraded version of HISAR-A and is a part of the medium and long-range Hisar air defence system’s family.
Developed by Turkish weapons manufacturer Roketsan, Atmaca, has a range of more than 200 kilometres (124 miles) and it can target far outside visual radius.
Turkey’s leading defence company Roketsan has started to develop liquid-propellant rocket engine technology, making its first step to enter space with a locally-made rocket.
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.
Ankara plans to use its low altitude air defence missile system HISAR-A to repel the advances of the Russia-backed Assad regime.
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