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IDEF 2019: New competitor enters Turkish UGV market

30th April 2019 - 17:35 GMT | by Beth Maundrill in Istanbul


First time exhibitor and recently formed Turkish company Oguzkagan is showcasing a range of new UGVs at IDEF 2019 that it says it has designed from the ground-up.

The largest UGV in the range, known as the Demirhan, is the biggest made in Turkey, according to a company spokesperson. One of the UGVs main competitors in the Turkish UGV market is the UKAP remote-controlled weapon platform from manufacturer Katmerciler. This has already seen some success with its UGV as Shephard previously reported

The Demirhan also supports a remote weapon station and is being displayed at the show with an ...

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