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AYESAS is a solution provider for naval hardware and software including design, development, testing, manufacturing and integration. The products and services to be used in combat management, navigation, electronic warfare and sonar systems of both surface vessels and submarines are: Multi-function consoles Electronic unit cabinets and racks Automated target detection and tracking system Radar, communication and video networks Junction boxes C4I systems AYESAS develops turnkey C4I system solutions aligned with NATO Standards. These systems mainly include turnkey air defence systems, coastal surveillance systems, communication networks, video and data networks and recording / playback systems and more. Starting from the requirement analysis followed by in depth system design, all the integration, implementation, SW development and HW provision are covered by AYESAS. AYESAS supports customers with cutting-edge technologies from concept to deployment by providing software engineering and integration, software development, sustainment, modernisation and training. Based on proven experience in C4I technologies, AYESAS is able to translate customers' operational requirements into mission effective systems sustaining those throughout the entire life cycle. Target detection and tracking systems AYESAS provides automated target detection and tracking system solutions. Solutions include fusion of various types of radars and sensors data. From system design and development to integration with main command and control system is performed. AYESAS incorporates her genuine algorithms for target detection and measurement formation and for tracking and data fusion. Multi function consoles and cabinets AYESAS provides electromechanical products and systems. Design and development of these products and systems are completely performed in-house. AYESAS is a designated and leading provider of rugged naval multi-function consoles and electronic cabinets. Electromechanical capabilities are design to spec basis and various products and systems are used in helicopter modernisation programmes, frigate modernisation programmes, submarines, surface ships and land-based naval applications. Maritime / coastal surveillance systems AYESAS develops maritime / coastal surveillance systems solutions, which comprises sensor control and sensor data fusion. In-house developed multi-sensor data fusion algorithms provide not only white (without identification) but also recognised maritime pictures (with identification and classification). The generated pictures are published by using Service Oriented Architecture principles. The clients can reach the tactical data anywhere inside the network based on their privileges. One of the important purposes to develop CSR solution is to provide fused data derived from the tactical environment to the authorised decision makers in a secured manner. AYESAS also incorporated to these solutions her own design Tactical Display System, which is developed to display tactical battle space objects on a digital map such as S-57 for military applications and to establish Common Operational Picture. Software is capable of receiving data from various sensors and display data on various types of vector maps. It provides layered map display feature to select the best situational awareness by the operator. Software is open to adaptation to new vector maps and sensors. Junction boxes AYESAS supplies junction boxes to be used in various types of sonar's. Junction boxes are designed to work under severe environmental conditions. AYESAS conducts all electrical and environmental tests, including hydrostatic pressure tests in house.
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How Turkey’s industry could suffer from the S-400 deal with Russia ANKARA, Turkey — After experiencing a decade of growth, Turkey’s increasingly vibrant defense industry may fall victim to the government’s quest to purchase the Russian S-400 surface-to-air missile defense system, a deal that will make Turkey the first NATO ally to deploy the system on its soil. Turkey announced in December 2017 it would acquire the Russian system for a long-range air and anti-missile defense. Ankara has since ignored NATO allies’ calls to scrap the S-400 deal, citing its sovereign right to deploy any air defense architecture it chooses. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan emphasized this point during a state visit to Moscow on April 8, saying that the S-400 deal is irrevocable. Turkey risks severe U.S. sanctions under the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act. Top U.S. lawmakers are threatening to pass legislation that would bar Turkey from buying the F-35 fighter jet, and sanction the country if it buys the Russian S-400. If Turkey accepts the S-400, “no F-35s will ever reach Turkish soil. And Turkish participation in the F-35 program, including manufacturing parts, repairing and servicing the fighters, will be terminated, taking Turkish companies out of the manufacturing and supply chain for the program,” wrote a bipartisan group of leaders of the Senate Armed Services Committee and Senate Foreign Relations Committee. “We are committed to taking all necessary legislative action to ensure this is the case. Turkey is an important partner in the F-35 program, but it is not irreplaceable,” the lawmakers added in their New York Times op-ed. But Ankara remains defiant. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said April 10 that the country could open negotiations with Russia to purchase a second batch of S-400s. A U.S. diplomatic source has told Defense News that the direct cost of U.S. sanctions on the Turkish industry could reach $10 billion. “And that excludes indirect costs,” he added. Turkey is a partner is the multinational, American-led Joint Strike Fighter program that builds the F-35. Turkey has committed to purchase more than 100 new-generation jets. Several Turkish companies are producing parts for the JSF program, including airframe structure and assemblies, landing gear components, and more than 100 F135 engine production parts to include titanium-integrated blade rotors. Industrial members also produce the missile remote interface unit, the panoramic cockpit display, center section wiring systems, airframe structures and assemblies, hardware for the jet’s F135 engine, and an advanced precision-guided standoff missile, which will be internally carried on the fifth-generation aircraft. Turkish Aerospace Industries, or TAI, supplies production hardware for the F-35. In conjunction with U.S. firm Northrup Grumman, TAI manufactures and assembles the center fuselages, produces composite skins and weapon bay doors, and manufactures fiber placement composite air inlet ducts. TAI also manufactures the jet’s air-to-ground pylons and adapters, which are considered alternate mission equipment, or military equipment that can be added or removed to aircraft depending on mission requirements. Other Turkish companies that produce parts for the F-35 are Alp Aviation, Ayesas, Fokker Elmo Turkey (in Izmir), Havelsan, Kale Aerospace, Roketsan, Tubitak Sage and Tusas Engine Industries. U.S. sanctions could potentially target senior procurement officials and prominent Turkish companies participating in the S-400 contract. “That would create a second wave of sanctions … by curbing and halting Turkish companies’ international programs and deals, including know-how, with non-U.S. (but Western) defense entities,” the American source said. “Here we are talking about another heavy damage in addition to the dismissal from the F-35 program.” Additionally, the U.S. may disrupt Turkey’s current and future systems export efforts, including those for the T129 attack helicopter, built by TAI under license from the Italian-British firm AgustaWestland. The T129, based on its predecessor, the A129 Mangusta, is a twin-engine multirole attack helicopter. The T129 is powered by two LHTEC T800-4A turboshaft engines. Each engine can produce 1,014 kilowatts of power. The T800-4A is an export version of the CTS800 engine. LHTEC, which makes the engine, is a joint venture between the American company Honeywell and the British firm Rolls-Royce. Last year Turkey signed a $1.5 billion deal with Pakistan for the sale of 30 T129s. Turkey needs U.S. export licenses to make the T129 deliveries to Pakistan — or any other foreign buyer. In December, the Philippine government selected the T129 for military use, and talks are ongoing for the sale of eight helos. Read More: https://bit.ly/2G4gWAy #s-400 missile, #s-400 turkey, #s-400 missile system,
Aselsan Akkor - Active Protection System An active protection system is a system designed to prevent line-of-sight guided anti-tank missiles/projectiles from acquiring and/or destroying a target. AKKOR. equipped with both hard kill and soft kill functionalities as an Electronic Warfare (EW) Self Protection suit, provides complete protection against all kinds of anti-tank missiles and rockets for the armored vehicles with an optimum time and the safest distance range from the platform. Softkill measures are applied when it is expected that a sensor-based weapon system can be successfully interfered with. The threat sensor can be either an artificial one, e.g., a solid-state infrared detector, or the human sensory system (eye and/or ear). Except for countering intercontinental ballistic missiles, hardkill measures generally refer to measures taken in the so-called "end-game" shortly before a warhead/missile hits its target. The hardkill measure in general physically affects the incoming warhead/missile by means of either blast and/or fragment action. With 360-degree full protection coverage against not only conventional but also asymmetric threats in the operational environment of main battle tanks, AKKOR has also the capability to be integrated on various types of armored vehicles. The Akkor can be easily integrated to the system level of each modern combat vehicle coupled to other sub-systems, in case of armoured vehicle modernization project.
Aselsan Aktif Koruma Sistemi - Active Protection Systems
ASELPOD is a high performance electro-optical reconnaissance, surveillance and targeting system designed specifically for fighter aircrafts. ASELPOD is designed as the new generation targeting pod for fighter aircrafts. ASELPOD is a multi-sensor targeting pod consisting of: High Resolution, 3rd generation FLIR Laser Range Finder / Target Designator Laser Spot Tracker Laser Pointer Advanced Video Tracking (Simultaneously on IR/Day Video) IR/Day Video & Mission History Recording Advanced Image Processing Providing Highly Accurate Geo-Location Coordinates Growth Potential for Mission Requirements With a modular mechanical design, ASELPOD comprises high density capabilities. ASELPOD designed to fit fighter jets such as F-16's and F-4's and can be adapted to various air platforms. Applications Targeting Reconnaissance and Surveillance General Features Superior Range Performance Superior Maintainability Internal Boresight Unit Dual-Wavelength Laser Range Finder Eye-Safe Training Mode for LRF in Addition to Combat Mode Safe and Easier training Matched FOVs for IR and TV Cameras Better situational awareness when switching between sensors Common FOVs for the system (NFOF, WFOV, SWFOV) Super Wide Field of View for IR Camera Navigation capability at Night with IR video on HUD Better situational awareness before switching to narrower FOVs Continuous Zoom for IR Camera (Optional) Advanced Image Processing Simultaneous MFD and HUD Video Outputs Sensor-In-Sensor Picture-In-Picture Multi Target Tracking Simultaneous Target Tracking on IR and TV Videos Video and Inertial Target Tracking Accurate Target Geo-Location Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) Accurate Stabilization Automatic Alignment with Platform Integrated Environmental Control Unit Continuous Roll Capability Air-to-Air and Air-to-Ground Modes Video and Data Recorder (Optional) Simultaneous Recording of IR and TV Videos and Mission Data Solid State Type Recorder for High Reliability Zeroize Mission Debriefing In-Flight Video Playback
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