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Başlatan turkdefence, Oca 24, 2016, 12:34 ÖÖ
Oca 24, 2016, 12:34 ÖÖ
: Haz 04, 2017, 01:16 ÖÖ by Sabri Ünal
PT Pindad Soon Resolve Tank Cooperation With Turkey
Model medium tanks PT Pindad (photo: Defense Studies)
VIVA.co.id - domestic defense industry increasingly stretched. PT Pindad currently completing orders combat vehicles Turkey scheduled for 2017. This was revealed by Director of PT Pindad, Silmy Karim.
"The program we have done together and Turkey since 2015, its prototype will be 2017," he told reporters in Bandung, Wednesday, January 20, 2016.
Silmy explained, medium combat vehicles such as tanks were designed to adjust functions for modern tanks. One is the cannon. "Medium tank will use 105 mm cannon," he said.
Panzer 6x6 Anoa specifically for the Middle East (photo: defence.pk)
In addition, also claimed lighter weight 35 tons of Leopard tanks that weigh up to 60 tons. Silmy claimed to receive a boost from the Government of Indonesia to produce medium tank. Not only that, he said the government is also encouraging Pindad retrofit for tanks that are already owned by the TNI.
In addition to completing cooperation with Turkey, PT Pindad also plans to send an armored unit nicknamed Anoa to the Middle East to undergo testing.
"We have the potential to export US $ 300 million to the Middle Eastern countries, and we will execute this potential over the next two years.
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Mar 19, 2016, 03:25 ÖS
KULAÇ depth-measuring sonar systems (image : Aselsan)
Turkey's ASELSAN exports first bathometer system
Tukey's military electronics company ASELSAN has for the first time exported depth-measuring sonar systems to Indonesia.
The latest addition to Turkey's booming defense exports of recent years, ASELSAN will export its KULAÇ Bathometer System, as used in Turkish submarines, to Indonesia's Naval Forces Command.
In February, Turkey's leading defense system producer ASELSAN handed over the newlydeveloped and locally produced, land-based radar electronic attack system called KORAL to the Turkish Air Force.
A ceremony was held at the defense company's Golbasi facility in the capital city of Ankara, attended by Abidin Ünal, commander of the Turkish Air Force.
The transportable attack system has the capability to jam, deceive and paralyze hostile radars.
It also "analyzes multi-target signals and automatically or manually generates an appropriate response," according to ASELSAN.
Defense Industry Undersecretary İsmail Demir highlighted the importance of electronic systems given the numerous crises in the world.
"We've seen how important electronic warfare is in recent wars," he said, adding, "We have full determination to continue existing efforts to equip our security forces with the most modern weapons."
Turkey has increased efforts in recent years to eliminate dependency on external suppliers for its defense industry.
Ankara has spent over $1 billion on defense, research and development in 2014, making defense the sector with the largest research and development investment in the country.
The top defense export items include aircraft, helicopter parts, engines, armored-land vehicles, speed boats, missiles, rockets, launching platforms, light weapons and electronic systems including transmitters, simulators, sensors and software. (Daily Sabah)
ASELSAN Kulaç/Fathoms (photo : Yerelbt)
ASELSAN KULAÇ/FATHOMS - sounder system
To be issued by Fathoms sounder system developed by ASELSAN. Fathoms will be used to measure the depth sounding system ASELSAN will go down in history as the first domestic technology exported by the armies of other countries. Depending on the Indonesian Navy Command "KRI Nanggala 402" from warships in the coming months will be assembled by ASELSAN, ASELSAN technology will play an important role in the recognition of other world countries.
Fathoms sounding depth measurement system makes calculating the time to come back to hit the bottom of the transmitted signal. appropriate technologies designed for civilian use Auto-Spacing ',' Automatic Phase 'and' Manual 'to be 3 (three) have a different range determination mode. Other features are as follows;
-USB and portable interface support
-Three modes of measurement
-the printing of instant data.
-Instant data summaries
-Their desktop use
-compliance with military requirements
Haz 04, 2017, 01:21 ÖÖ
: Haz 04, 2017, 01:27 ÖÖ by Sabri Ünal
Turkey and Germany collaborate to meet Indonesian submarine requirement
Turkey's Golcük Shipyard & TKMS jointly market Type 214 submarine to Indonesia
Indonesian Navy delegation arrives in Istanbul to study acquisition of AIP submarines
Indonesian Navy receives pitch for Type 214 submarine from Golcük Shipyard
STM and TKMS sign letter-of-intent to explore Type 214 submarine sale to Indonesia
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FNSS displays Kaplan AFV armed with 30 mm gun
Prototype Kaplan MT medium weight tank completed
FNSS and PT Pindad showcase Kaplan MT AFV prototype
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FNSS presents Kaplan Medium Tank prototype
FNSS unveils Kaplan-30 NG AFV Next Generation Armoured Fighting Vehicle
FNSS displays Kaplan AFV armed with 30 mm gun
Haz 04, 2017, 01:34 ÖÖ
: Haz 04, 2017, 01:40 ÖÖ by Sabri Ünal
DCNS Offered to Modernize Indonesian Navy
03 April 2017
Belharra, the 4.000 tonnes FTI digital frigate (image : DCNS)
DCNS signed a memorandum of understanding to modernize the Indonesian navy
With its GDP growth of 5% in 2016, Indonesia is undoubtedly one of the most economically dynamic countries in Southeast Asia. At the same time, after years of arms embargo imposed by the United States between 1991 and 2005, due to the situation in Timor, the needs of the Indonesian armed forces are significant. Hence, the goal of Jakarta to bring its military spending to $ 20 billion by the end of the decade. According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), they have already increased by 150% between 2006 and 2015.
Scorpene 1000, the 1.000 tonnes diesel submarine (image : DCNS)
Also, the Indonesian defense market has something to appeal to European and French weapons manufacturers. Recently, Nexter was awarded a new contract to deliver an additional 18 CAESARs (truck equipped with an artillery system) after a first order for 37 aircraft. And, a few days ago, Jakarta confirmed its intention to acquire A400M Atlas transport aircraft from Airbus.
In the maritime sector, DCNS is no exception. On the sidelines of President Hollande's visit to Indonesia on 30 March, the French industrialist signed a memorandum of understanding with the PT PAL shipbuilding company to strengthen their cooperation in submarine and surface The framework of the Franco-Indonesian Defense Dialogue (IFDD).
FREMM, the 6.000 tonnes multi purpose frigate (image : DCNS)
It has now been a few years since DCNS hopes to deliver Scorpene 1000 submarines to Jakarta. This ship "is particularly suitable for the Indonesian navy, given that it is an archipelago", explained the French shipbuilder in October 2015. "This submarine was designed to navigate And it is very difficult to detect because of the shallow depth of the coastal waters, " he also said.
Currently, the Indonesian Navy has two Type 209 submarines of German origin. And three more, acquired from South Korea, will soon be put into operation.
Scorpene 2000, the 2.000 tonnes diesel submarine (photo : DCNS)
In a statement announcing the signing of this Memorandum of Understanding, DCNS recalls that it has already cooperated with PT PAL in recent years to "identify the best industrial solution for today offering a multi-purpose submarine Of the last generation of the Scorpene class ". It is now a question of going further by studying new possibilities concerning corvettes and frigates, ie the Gowind 2500, the FREMM, and even the Intermediate Size Frigates (FTI).
"As a European leader in naval combat systems, warship designer and builder, DCNS is committed to establishing long-term partnerships with Indonesian industry to enhance its capabilities and capabilities on high-tech systems "Commented Hervé Guillou, the CEO of DCNS.
Gowind 2500, the 2.500 tonnes corvettes (image : DCNS)
"Our cooperation with the biggest PT PAL shipyard in Indonesia illustrates this ambition and we look forward to bringing our strong expertise in technology transfers to complex naval programs to develop industrial and The operational capacity of the Indonesian Navy."
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Haz 04, 2017, 01:43 ÖÖ
French, Indonesian naval firms extend submarine study
March 31, 2017
PARIS -- French naval defense specialist DCNS and Indonesian shipyard PT PAL have extended cooperation on studies for a potential order and local assembly of submarines for the Asian nation, the French president's office said.
Haz 04, 2017, 03:46 ÖÖ
: Haz 04, 2017, 03:52 ÖÖ by Sabri Ünal
FNSS-Pindad Jointly Developed Medium-Weight Tank Ready for Testing
- 13 May 2017
Kaplan MT medium weight tank ready for testing
- 11 May 2017
FNSS shows Kaplan MT Modern Medium Weight Tank
- 9 May 2017
FNSS Shows Modern Medium Weight Tank "Kaplan MT"
- 9 May 2017
Medium Tank Pindad - FNSS Still Assembling Process
- 19 April 2017
Production of the first Prototype as part of the Indonesia Modern Medium Weight Tank Program in the first Quarter of 2017
- 5 March 2017
Tem 16, 2017, 10:55 ÖS
: Tem 16, 2017, 11:11 ÖS by Sabri Ünal
SHARPEYE™ Radar Technology Chosen by Two Indonesian Ports
Tem 16, 2017, 11:04 ÖS
: Tem 16, 2017, 11:11 ÖS by Sabri Ünal
Indonesia Selects DSME (Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering) for Submarine Overhaul Contract
Tem 16, 2017, 11:08 ÖS
Thales Proposes Watchkeeper for Indonesia
Tem 16, 2017, 11:11 ÖS
Armored Cars: PT Pindad Komodo
Ağu 03, 2017, 01:35 ÖS
Turkish Tank Will Join TNI Anniversary Parade
AHMAD FIKRI / TEMPO.CO, Bandung
- PT Pindad CEO said a prototype of Indonesia and Turkey - made medium tank will be shown during the Parade of TNI Anniversary on October 5.
"We made 2 prototypes, one is already finished in Turkey and will be brought to Indonesia to participate in the October 5th Parade," said Pindad President Director Abraham Mose in Bandung, July 31.
Abraham said the tanks are developed with FNSS, the Turkish defense equipment manufacturer, and would then undergo weapon testing in Indonesia. "Next, we will do 'blasting-test' in Indonesia," he said.
According to him, the "blasting-test" was to test the reliability of the 105-millimeter caliber cannon that became the main weapon of the tank. "Our 'blasting-test' results will be corrected to the final. Pindad says it really is a 'first-article', not a prototype, "he said.
Abraham said, in cooperation with the FNSS, the plan will be to create 2 prototypes. "The development of each issue costs a US $150 billion. [The fund] not from Pindad but from the Defense Ministry," he said.
The completed prototype exhibited in Turkey still requires a series of testing processes, including weapon testing. The medium-sized tank plan with Pindad-FNSS will be equipped with a 105-millimeter main gun and 2 additional calibers of 7.62 millimeters and 12.7 millimeters. "The prototype that we will build in Indonesia is complete," he said.
The medium tank class was designed under the Leopard main battle tank, owned by Indonesia. "The class could be under Leopard, but the maneuver is better. And our benchmark is to use a cannon caliber 105 millimeters. This is perfect for infantry, as well as cavalry, "said Abraham.
The development of the tank used the joint funding between Indonesia and Turkey. "Because of our mutual funding cooperation, both have an interest. The determination of the machine is in their hands but we've certainly involved in the discussion. There are some requests that we have not been accommodated because it is still a joint development," he said.
Local content of tanks made by Pindad-FNSS was targeted to penetrate 40 percent. "The machine is still Cartepilar. We have to admit the total machine was bought from there. But the design and other supporting parts come from us," said Abraham.
The Pindad CEO admitted the government has discussed the purchase of the tank. At a minimum, the TNI will order 20 units of the tank.
About the price, Abraham admitted they still do not know. "At least, (the price) under Leopard will probably be equivalent to the Czech-made Pandur, or the latest Korean tanks," said the Pindad CEO.
Ağu 03, 2017, 01:51 ÖS
: Ağu 03, 2017, 01:54 ÖS by Sabri Ünal
Indonesia in talks to procure first mini-submarine
Ridzwan Rahmat - IHS Jane's Navy International - 26 July 2017
A model of the 22 m mini-submarine concept on display at Indo Defence 2016. (IHS Markit/Patrick Allen)
The Indonesian Ministry of Defence (MoD) is currently finalising a contract with Batam-based shipbuilder PT Palindo Marine for the procurement of a mini-submarine, Indonesian Navy Tentara Nasional Indonesia - Angkatan Laut, or TNI-AL) sources informed Jane's on 26 July.
This information has since been corroborated with officials from PT Palindo, who confirmed on the same day that discussions over the contract are currently still ongoing with officials from the MoD and the TNI-AL. "Negotiations over the procurement are still ongoing as we speak," said Mukti Syarif Rivai, a naval architect with PT Palindo, in a phone conversation with Jane's . "We will be making an official announcement once the contract is confirmed and signed," he added.
According to PT Palindo, the mini-submarine will be based on the concept that was first unveiled by the MoD's research and development branch in November 2016 at the Indo Defence exhibition in Jakarta. The concept is a product of collaboration between PT Palindo Marine, the MoD, the Indonesian Co-ordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs, and two Indonesian tertiary institutions Institut Teknologi Sepuluh November (ITS) and the University of Indonesia (UI).
The concept features an overall length of 22 m, an overall beam of 3 m, and a hull draught of 2.5 m. It displaces approximately 117 tonnes when surfaced, and 127 tonnes when submerged. The submarine has a maximum operating depth of 150 m, an endurance of six days, and a top speed of 10 kt when dived. It can accommodate a crew of five, with space for up to nine additional personnel.
Ağu 16, 2017, 11:09 ÖS
RAI: R-80 Aircraft Sent to Airlines In 2025
August 09, 2017
Model R-80 passenger plane (photo: Seconds)
Jakarta (ANTARA News) - The R-80 turboprop passenger aircraft developed by PT Regio Aviasi Industri (RAI) is targeted to begin shipping to the airline in 2025 after being certified.
Deputy Finance Director of Funding Affairs PT RAI Desra Firza Ghazfan said pilot flights are targeted in 2022 after flight certification, R80 aircraft ready for delivery.
"In 2022 we plan first flight then certification, in 2025 we start delivering to the airlines," said Desra when met by Antara at Habibie Festival JI Expo Kemayoran on Monday.
He mentioned a number of airlines, such as NAM Air, Kalstar, Trigana Air and Aviastar have expressed interest to book a total of up to 155 R-80 aircraft through Letter of Interest (LOI).
There are also NAM Air airlines ordering R-80 aircraft as many as 100 units, Kalstar 25 units, Trigana Air 20 units and Aviastar 10 units.
The development of R-80 aircraft officially entered into a national strategic project in 2017 with funding needs reaching 1.5 billion US dollars. This aircraft is a development of N-250 aircraft in an effort to revive the aerospace industry in Indonesia.
R-80 aircraft that use twin-turboprop engine is a type of aircraft with a capacity of 80 to 92 passengers with a target regional middle market.
The advantages of this aircraft from its nearest competitor, the ATR-72 used Garuda Indonesia, among others more efficient, convenient and economical, especially for a short distance with 400-800 nautical mile mileage or about 1400-1500 kilometers.
"If flying close to the Boeing 737 but only half the passengers are filled, the price of automatic tickets will be more expensive because to fill the void.For close range, the propeller aircraft is more economical," he said.
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Eyl 09, 2017, 05:51 ÖS
Turkish Aerospace Industries To Participate In Indonesian 50 Seater Aircraft, UAV Projects (Date: 7 July 2017)
Eyl 09, 2017, 06:01 ÖS
Turkey Offers Cooperation for Dredging and Unmanned Aircraft
JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - Director General of Defense Potential Defense Ministry Soetrimo met with Deputy Defense Minister Ismail Demir of Turkey at the Ministry of Defense, Central Jakarta, Wednesday (6/9/2017).
The meeting titled The 6th Defense Industry Cooperation Meeting discussed the cooperation between Indonesia and Turkey in the field of defense industry.
Soetrimo said, during the meeting the Turkish Government offered cooperation in the manufacture of submarines and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) or unmanned aircraft.
"At the meeting Turkey offered to offer submarine-making 214 then also offers a MALE UAV class and control system," Soetrimo said when met after the meeting.
According to Soetrimo, the Turkish government is committed to assisting Indonesia in developing the defense industry in order to be independent. The Turkish government, Soetrimo said, is willing to help the submarine manufacture until the Indonesian defense industry is able to produce it on its own.
"They will help until we master the master of the right (submarine) and then the control system as well," he said.
Soetrimo said the results of the meeting will be reported to the Minister of Defense for review with other stakeholders. In addition, Turkey's offer of cooperation will also be reported to the House of Representatives for support and approval.
Control systems UAV Anka (photo: MilliSavunmaSanayii)
"We will report to the leaders to be coordinated to all stakeholders to the parliament and top leaders, we will review the offer and to parliament to get support for the budget so that cooperation with Turkey can be expanded," Soetrimo said.
On the same occasion, Turkey's Deputy Defense Minister Ismail Demir hopes that cooperation with Indonesia can continue to be expanded and strengthened. This, he said, will strengthen the bilateral relations between the two countries getting better.
"We hope this cooperation can continue further.Tomorok will also have a meeting with industry players to stop what steps will be taken next," said Ismail.
As quoted from the press statement of the Ministry of Defense, Indonesia views Turkey as a very important partner. The meeting shows Turkey's role as Indonesia's very big strategic partner.
At the IDEF 2016 defense industry exhibition in Istanbul, Indonesia and Turkey launched the Kaplan Medium Tank, a collaboration between PT Pindad and FNSS. Cooperation between Indonesia and Turkey is getting stronger after the Turkish President's visit to Indonesia in 2011 and 2015.
At the visit of President Joko Widodo to Ankara, the two countries agreed to increase cooperation in the field of aerospace and communication tools.
Currently, the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Indonesia and the Turkish Ministry of Defense are exploring the drafting of the Defense Cooperation Agreement (DCA) as a legal umbrella of defense cooperation.
The Indonesian side has sent the DCA draft and is waiting for approval from Turkey.
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