I think this is highly unlikely to happen. If it does, this happens because the MIUS will be manufactured as navalized&cheap from the very beginning. As far as I know, Australia's project (MQ-28) is for a land-based drone.
You are right.Thank you, @Zafer.
The map is becoming really crowded and the color combinations increasingly complex. Have you thought of creating 4 seperate maps? 1. TB2 operators/interest 2. Akinci operators/interest 3. ANKA operators/interest and 4. AKSUNGUR operators/interest?
I would personally remove Songar from the map. It is a relatively small platform. Not worth keeping track of.
Congolese people want Bayraktar.
They are campaigning to collect $15mn to buy 3 Bayraktar TB2.
Mapped just now.
-so TN will be having AKINCI as wellThe Navy wants to fire an Atmaca anti-ship missile from Akıncı.
How is MIUS velocity greater than others?
It means MIUS can make the maneuver with less speed.How is MIUS velocity greater than others?
It was co-developed with a foreign company and also not the first unmanned helicopter to be developed, if i recall correctly -First unmanned helicopter of Turkiye called ALPIN and it is ready for service :
‘Alpin VTOL UAS has been created in accordance with the needs and requirements of the Turkish Rescue & Security industry. The Alpin UAS is a long-range, heavy-lift unmanned helicopter capable of carrying up to 160 kg with a range of up to 840 km. The converted Alpin UAS is based on the piloted Heli-Sport Italian CH7 helicopter.’’
Source : https://www.uavos.com/products/vtols/alpin-unmanned-helicopter/