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Radar Workshop Actualized

Radar Workshop was held on 6-7th December under the coordination of the Presidency of Defence Industries (SSB) and hosted by ASELSAN. In the third Radar Workshop, representatives of the Ministry of National Defence, Presidency of Defence Industries, Turkish Armed Forces and companies took part.

President Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir made the following statements in his speech at the workshop: ‘’ As a result of our efforts to take part in the world’s competition in the field of electronic warfare, to bring together the stakeholders in the ecosystem, and to act together in the technology journey on this occasion, we have developed new national radar products in the past 6 years, as well as updating our existing products, with new sub-systems including active phased array antenna technologies. We started using these systems. We have reached a certain maturity in our ÇAFRAD radar, hopefully we will start using it on our platforms. Factory Acceptance Tests of the Portable Early Warning Radar System ERALP, which uses AESA technology within the scope of the development of Early Warning Radar Systems with domestic and national resources, were successfully completed last month. We expect the first of the Low Altitude Radar System ALP to be included in the inventory in a short period of time. Again, I would like to express with pleasure that the first of the Airport Traffic Radar was delivered to our Air Force Command in this period. Our successful projects are not limited to ground-based systems. Our efforts to bring the Active Phased Array Nose Radar developed for use on air platforms to the Turkish Armed Forces inventory continue uninterruptedly. Hopefully, this delivery, which will start with the Akıncı platform, will continue with the F16 Modernization Project. There is a term we use. In fact, the summary of the operation area. To notice without being noticed, to hit without being hit. Actually, that’s the end of it!’’

In addition, Demir talked about the Air Traffic Radar System (ATRS), which was delivered to the Air Force Command for the first time, in his speech at the Radar Workshop. ATRS, which was delivered, was implemented by ASELSAN and its domestic subcontractors within the scope of the project initiated by the SSB. ASELSAN developed the radar, communication and recording system of ATRS and TUBITAK developed the software. The radar system ATRS, which is put into use within the scope of military and civil aviation, is expected to enter service at 11 airports by the end of 2024. In this way, Turkish air traffic will be managed with the national radar system.

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