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There was a report the other day that a SEA country had bought 10 Anka UCAVs. This could very well be Indonesia.
 

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A larger drone with longer loiter time and higher altitude will suit us more, because we are archipelagic and our airspace is so large
 

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To be fair, it could be any of the four platforms but Aksungur had already started with TN and it has MPA configuration.
But what makes the Aksungur the stronger candidate, is that it was developed with the help of Indonesian firms using wind tunnels in Indonesia.
This for all 3 branches though. Army, Navy, Air Force. No maritime capability for this time.
 

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What I dont like about the news is that Otokar will deliver within H2 /2023.
Meaning, their order book seems to be at a rather low level currently.
 

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What I dont like about the news is that Otokar will deliver within H2 /2023.
Meaning, their order book seems to be at a rather low level currently.

Probably a plausible concern. However, it could be that the customer paid for express delivery due to urgent need
 

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24 ANKA SİHA orders from 3 countries to TAI


ANKA Armed Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (SİHA), developed by Turkish Aerospace Industries (TUSAŞ), continues its export performance. 3 more countries signed a contract with TAI to supply ANKA SİHA. Thus, the number of countries known to export ANKA has increased to 5.

According to the information obtained by SavunmaSanayiST.com from defense sources; Indonesia, Chad and Algeria decided to procure ANKA SİHA from TAI. Indonesia ordered 12, Algeria 10 and Chad 2 ANKA SİHAs. For this reason, TAI is rapidly increasing the capacity of the ANKA production line. The total amount of 24 ANKA orders from 3 countries is estimated to be more than 500 million dollars.

ANKA's first export customer was Tunisia in 2020. Tunisian Air Force supplied 3 ANKA Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) and 3 Ground Control Stations (YKI) for 80 million USD. The second order from abroad for ANKA came from Kazakhstan, again 3 pieces. Kazakhstan plans to procure 30 more ANKAs and produce them locally with the support of TAI.

On the other hand, Malaysian Defense Minister Hishammuddin Hussein announced that they decided to procure ANKA SİHA from TAI. It is estimated that Malaysia will procure 3 to 9 ANKA SİHAs in the first stage.

TAI also continues the export activities of AKSUNGUR SİHA, which it developed over ANKA. At least 2 countries have placed orders for AKSUNGUR so far.
 

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Algeria here is interesting to me. Not only do they cooperate with China, but also was a user of Chinese drones. New order is forcing them to choose however, and they made a good choice today.
 

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Algeria here is interesting to me. Not only do they cooperate with China, but also was a user of Chinese drones. New order is forcing them to choose however, and they made a good choice today.

Indonesian Air Force operated China UCAV and Israel Made UAV
 

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24 ANKA SİHA orders from 3 countries to TAI


ANKA Armed Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (SİHA), developed by Turkish Aerospace Industries (TUSAŞ), continues its export performance. 3 more countries signed a contract with TAI to supply ANKA SİHA. Thus, the number of countries known to export ANKA has increased to 5.

According to the information obtained by SavunmaSanayiST.com from defense sources; Indonesia, Chad and Algeria decided to procure ANKA SİHA from TAI. Indonesia ordered 12, Algeria 10 and Chad 2 ANKA SİHAs. For this reason, TAI is rapidly increasing the capacity of the ANKA production line. The total amount of 24 ANKA orders from 3 countries is estimated to be more than 500 million dollars.

ANKA's first export customer was Tunisia in 2020. Tunisian Air Force supplied 3 ANKA Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) and 3 Ground Control Stations (YKI) for 80 million USD. The second order from abroad for ANKA came from Kazakhstan, again 3 pieces. Kazakhstan plans to procure 30 more ANKAs and produce them locally with the support of TAI.

On the other hand, Malaysian Defense Minister Hishammuddin Hussein announced that they decided to procure ANKA SİHA from TAI. It is estimated that Malaysia will procure 3 to 9 ANKA SİHAs in the first stage.

TAI also continues the export activities of AKSUNGUR SİHA, which it developed over ANKA. At least 2 countries have placed orders for AKSUNGUR so far.


500m € would make it the biggest single drone order so far in the country, but sadly its split by three.
Good to see good old ANKA still being relevant.
 
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