Monday, April 15, 2024

Turkish Aerospace And Pakistan’s NESCOM Will Work Together To Develop Military Drones

On the sidelines of the last International Defense Industry Fair in Istanbul, Turkish Aerospace (TUSAS) struck a deal with Pakistan’s National Engineering and Science Commission (NESCOM).

According to an Anadolu Agency (AA) report published Saturday, TAI and NESCOM will be jointly responsible for employment, resource transfer, and technology transfer as part of the agreement signed to extend the markets for Turkish drones.

The Anka UAV flew for the first time in September 2016 and went into mass production in 2017. The Turkish Armed Forces (TSK), the Gendarmerie General Command, and the National Intelligence Organization are currently using the domestically produced drone (MIT).

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