Indonesia has been added to the countries where İlter Drone Detection and Interception System, which draws attention with its coordinate spoofing feature, will be exported.
Boğaziçi Defense Technologies signed a new export contract at the Indo Defense Expo & Forum 2022 Fair held in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Fatih Aslan, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the company, told Anadolu Agency (AA) that they have been working on the detection and prevention of unmanned aerial vehicles for about 5-6 years.
Stating that the importance of unmanned aerial vehicles has increased and will continue to increase, Aslan emphasized that these vehicles have changed roles rather than taking a role.
Stating that they are working to prevent such critical systems from harming Turkey and allied countries, Aslan said that they keep up with this era by configuring their systems to the developing and changing threats in the field.
Noting that he has been working with the Indonesian Ministry of National Defense for about 2 years, Aslan said:
“In this process, delegations from the Indonesian Ministry of National Defense came to our country, closely examined our systems and applied some test scenarios. Tests in Indonesia have been successfully completed. After that, the process came to the signing stage, we signed this contract. In this context, we will deliver a package consisting of various versions of Ilter to the Indonesian Ministry of National Defense. Our contract period is 18 months. We are planning to produce the products in a healthy way, bring them to the country and put them into use within 18 months. ”
Aslan stated that the number of countries where İlter Drone Detection and Interception System is exported has reached 10.