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The audacity of these people is immeasurable.

"Unmanned Navy Vehicle" - yeah.
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I once advised a student team and they were capable of doing this in 2016-2017, through COTS and few dollars worth equipment. There is something called "Pixhawk" magic controller board. Also notice, "Navy" Equipments, yeah.

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I'd say better for the Coast Guard, and they totally need to improve on marketing
Please enlighten me, how would this happen?

The Coast Guard needs platforms that can withstand severe weather conditions, this could at best be a toy for the Fisheries Control Department, Port Authorities and so on, moreover just to fund the company (hence the owners) without actually using the platform except for the promotional videos of the affiliated departments. This "funding" would not return to R&D as an additional use but would go straight into the pockets of certain people.
 

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OKHAN USV being marketed in Qatar




Turkey's capability in armed unmanned aerial vehicles is being moved to the sea. The number of companies developing unmanned marine vehicles is increasing. OKHAN, an unmanned surface vehicle developed by a local defense industry company named Kayacı Defense; It was exhibited at the 8th Doha International Maritime Defense Exhibition and Conference (DIMDEX 2024) held in Qatar.

Developed after approximately 10 years of R&D process, OKHAN has been continuing its sea tests for 2 years. OKHAN expects to work in Türkiye and international markets.

It draws attention with its autonomous driving feature and high localization rate.

Unmanned marine vehicle OKHAN; It has a length of 11.5 meters, a weight of 7 tons, a 2x195 total horsepower of 390, a top speed of 30 knots and a cruising range of 350 miles. It can perform autonomous reconnaissance, surveillance and tracking missions. The ship attracts attention with its 85 percent local production rate.

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Unmanned Marine Vehicle OKHAN Features

Technicial Specifications:

Body length: 11.4 m

Engine power: 390H

Maximum Speed: 30 knots

Cruising Range: 350 nautical miles day and night

Telemetry: Encrypted LOS communication, Encrypted satellite communication (optional)


Other Features:

Ability to perform autonomous obstacle avoidance maneuvers

Ability to be controlled from mobile land and sea platforms

Ability to carry payload up to 1.5 tons

Ammunition Launcher Launcher

Active/passive radar reflector

RF Jammer and other electronic warfare systems

Tasks:

Unmanned and Fully Autonomous Navigation Capability

Reconnaissance, Surveillance and intelligence gathering Mission

Optimum Navigation Ability with Artificial Intelligence

Target Detection and Identification Feature with Image Processing

High Value Unit Protection and Sentry Duty

Ability to Escort Main Units

Attack and defense when armed

Effective Fight against Irregular Migration

Sensors:

24 nautical mile range marine radar with automatic target detection,

Thermal camera, day camera, navigation camera,

Satellite Telemetry,

GNSS, INS,

Strobe light, Siren, Announcement system


https://www.aa.com.tr/tr/savunma-sanayisi/insansiz-su-ustu-araci-okhan-icin-hedefler-buyuk/3157704
 

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The eye of the deep is ready for duty! DERİNGÖZ Autonomous Underwater Vehicle can be used in many critical missions such as underwater research, reconnaissance and surveillance, mine detection, pipeline inspection, port and base protection, thanks to its high maneuverability, precise navigation ability, optical and sonar imaging technologies. The first diving system tests of DERİNGÖZ, which can be used for both military and civilian purposes, have been successfully completed.
 

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The eye of the deep is ready for duty! DERİNGÖZ Autonomous Underwater Vehicle can be used in many critical missions such as underwater research, reconnaissance and surveillance, mine detection, pipeline inspection, port and base protection, thanks to its high maneuverability, precise navigation ability, optical and sonar imaging technologies. The first diving system tests of DERİNGÖZ, which can be used for both military and civilian purposes, have been successfully completed.
Put explosive warhead then you can get like drone torpedo/submersible.
Better than kamikaze usv drone use by ukrainian
 
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ULAQ based on the new layout and design:

ISR&EW version equippes with Compact EA
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MCMW version
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Multi-purpose version (coastal CG operations payload)
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ASuW version (that we are familiar with)
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ASW - lite version (that we are familiar with)
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Behold for ASW versions that we are not familiar with
 

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ULAQ based on the new layout and design:

ISR&EW version equippes with Compact EA
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MCMW version
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Multi-purpose version (coastal CG operations payload)
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ASuW version (that we are familiar with)
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ASW - lite version (that we are familiar with)
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Behold for ASW versions that we are not familiar with
Do you think we're going to get a anti-air usv with Sungur? I honestly think there is a pretty good potential there.
 

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Out of fear of Ukrainian unmanned boats (and anti-ship missiles), the Russians have completely hidden their Black Sea Fleet in remote bases. They transferred several of their small missile ships to the Caspian Sea.
This is simply amazing.
Putin has already replaced the 3rd commander of the Black Sea Fleet, but there is no point.
You know, even to me, an amateur in maritime affairs, all the actions of the Russians in the Black Sea seem simply ridiculous.

And how much empty boasting and arrogance the Russians had before the war!
“Russian anti-ship missiles completely control the entire Black Sea basin!”
“The legendary Russian Black Sea Fleet is the strongest on the Black Sea!”
“The Black Sea is a Russian lake!”

But today not a single “legendary” Russian ship is visible in the Black Sea.

Hey Russians! Where are you?! Where did you hide it?!
Go out into battle! ☠️
Oh, are you afraid?!
Well, okay, okay, hide deeper :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
 
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Out of fear of Ukrainian unmanned boats (and anti-ship missiles), the Russians have completely hidden their Black Sea Fleet in remote bases. They transferred several of their small missile ships to the Caspian Sea.
This is simply amazing.
Putin has already replaced the 3rd commander of the Black Sea Fleet, but there is no point.
You know, even to me, an amateur in maritime affairs, all the actions of the Russians in the Black Sea seem simply ridiculous.

And how much empty boasting and arrogance the Russians had before the war!
“Russian anti-ship missiles completely control the entire Black Sea basin!”
“The legendary Russian Black Sea Fleet is the strongest on the Black Sea!”
“The Black Sea is a Russian lake!”

But today not a single “legendary” Russian ship is visible in the Black Sea.

Hey Russians! Where are you?! Where did you hide it?!
Go out into battle! ☠️
Oh, are you afraid?!
Well, okay, okay, hide deeper :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
Still there are russian submarines that control the sea , thats why i said i hope Turkiye build more submarimes , they are like cats , ( Apex Predators) Hard to find and take them out . Russia can still use air force to force others out of black sea , so its no win , for both sides warships .
 

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Out of fear of Ukrainian unmanned boats (and anti-ship missiles), the Russians have completely hidden their Black Sea Fleet in remote bases. They transferred several of their small missile ships to the Caspian Sea.
This is simply amazing.
Putin has already replaced the 3rd commander of the Black Sea Fleet, but there is no point.
You know, even to me, an amateur in maritime affairs, all the actions of the Russians in the Black Sea seem simply ridiculous.

And how much empty boasting and arrogance the Russians had before the war!
“Russian anti-ship missiles completely control the entire Black Sea basin!”
“The legendary Russian Black Sea Fleet is the strongest on the Black Sea!”
“The Black Sea is a Russian lake!”

But today not a single “legendary” Russian ship is visible in the Black Sea.

Hey Russians! Where are you?! Where did you hide it?!
Go out into battle! ☠️
Oh, are you afraid?!
Well, okay, okay, hide deeper :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:

In the current modern warfare, battle ships are like tanks. An easy target.
 

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Out of fear of Ukrainian unmanned boats (and anti-ship missiles), the Russians have completely hidden their Black Sea Fleet in remote bases. They transferred several of their small missile ships to the Caspian Sea.
This is simply amazing.
Putin has already replaced the 3rd commander of the Black Sea Fleet, but there is no point.
You know, even to me, an amateur in maritime affairs, all the actions of the Russians in the Black Sea seem simply ridiculous.

And how much empty boasting and arrogance the Russians had before the war!
“Russian anti-ship missiles completely control the entire Black Sea basin!”
“The legendary Russian Black Sea Fleet is the strongest on the Black Sea!”
“The Black Sea is a Russian lake!”

But today not a single “legendary” Russian ship is visible in the Black Sea.

Hey Russians! Where are you?! Where did you hide it?!
Go out into battle! ☠️
Oh, are you afraid?!
Well, okay, okay, hide deeper :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:

Still there are russian submarines that control the sea , thats why i said i hope Turkiye build more submarimes , they are like cats , ( Apex Predators) Hard to find and take them out . Russia can still use air force to force others out of black sea , so its no win , for both sides warships .

The Russian Naval tradition is a dad joke. Give them the USS Gerald Ford CSG if you will, they'll run that to the ground as well.
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Still there are russian submarines that control the sea , thats why i said i hope Turkiye build more submarimes , they are like cats , ( Apex Predators) Hard to find and take them out . Russia can still use air force to force others out of black sea , so its no win , for both sides warships .
That’s right. I would focus on submarines. Hard to detect and very deadly.
 

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Do you think we're going to get a anti-air usv with Sungur? I honestly think there is a pretty good potential there.
Sancar was displayed with quad-sungur (on Yalman). Navy is not interested in that for now but companies are offering Remote-SAMs for some countries. TN, here, is up to modularity such that both UMTAS or Sungur can be used on the same station.
 

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Sancar was displayed with quad-sungur (on Yalman). Navy is not interested in that for now but companies are offering Remote-SAMs for some countries. TN, here, is up to modularity such that both UMTAS or Sungur can be used on the same station.
I'm kinda surprised our navy isn't interested in it, I thought usvs that could operate hundreds of kms away from the fleet and threaten enemy aerial assets would've been a great force multiplier for us.
 

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I found in another Forum a Concept of Marlin SIDA with Air Defence from @Kaan Azman . The SIDAS can become the hunted by ASW Helicopters or Drones. In a SIDA Swarm belongs one or some SIDAS which are Air Defence Capable to Counter the Threat from UCAV and Helicopters.

 

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