Bayraktar AKINCI TİHA (Assault Unmanned Aerial Vehicle), which was developed nationally and originally by Baykar within the scope of the AKINCI project carried out under the leadership of the Presidency of Defense Industries, has successfully completed another important stage in the ammunition integration process.
Bayraktar AKINCI, which took off from Çorlu on Tuesday, June 14, 2022, with the KGK-SİHA-82 (Winged Guidance Kit) ammunition developed by TÜBİTAK SAGE, successfully completed the first firing test carried out for the determined coordinate on the sea off the coast of Sinop. Electro-optical camera on AKINCI and telemetry antennas on the ground, 340 kg. 30 km of ammunition weighing. confirmed that it hit the distant target with high precision.
ALTITUDE RECORD OWNER
Bayraktar AKINCI, who recently performed a successful firing test on the target on the sea surface with the Teber-82 Guidance Kit developed by Roketsan, also holds the altitude record in our national aviation history. Continuing its test flights, Bayraktar AKINCI B TİHA broke the altitude record of our aviation history by climbing to an altitude of 11 feet in its test flight on March 2022, 40.170.
ON OPERATIONAL MISSION
Bayraktar AKINCI TİHAs, which entered the inventory with the ceremony attended by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on August 29, 2021, are currently actively used by our security forces in operational duties. So far, 6 Bayraktar AKINCI TİHAs have entered the security forces inventory.
EXPORT AGREEMENT SIGNED WITH THREE COUNTRIES
Export contracts have been signed with 3 countries for Bayraktar AKINCI TİHA. Within the scope of the contracts, Bayraktar AKINCI TİHA and ground systems are expected to be delivered periodically starting from 2023. Realizing its first national UAV export in 2012, Baykar completed the export of 2021 million dollars S/UAV system in 664, generating more than 80% of its revenues from exports. Negotiations continue with many countries that are interested in the National TİHA Bayraktar AKINCI.
Günceleme: 15/06/2022 16:33