Otokar Displays TULPAR and COBRA II

14 Kasım 2019
Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir, President of Defence Industries is briefed by Serdar Görgüç, General Manager at Otokar, about the products on display.

The news article that is in the first section of DSEI 2019 Special Dossier published in the 75th issue of MSI Turkish Defence Review is here:

 

Otokar brought TULPAR and COBRA II to display at the event, during which company representatives briefed visitors to their stand about their capabilities in land systems, opening the door to new opportunities for cooperation with a series of meetings.

TULPAR was displayed with a MIZRAK-30 and COBRA II with a KESKİN remote controlled weapon system. Otokar is already exporting its products to more than 30 countries on five continents, and took the opportunity at the event to brief foreign delegations and company representatives who visited its stand about its products and capabilities.

 

Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir, President of Defence Industries is briefed by Serdar Görgüç, General Manager at Otokar, about the products on display.

Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir, President of Defence Industries is briefed by Serdar Görgüç, General Manager at Otokar, about the products on display.

 

TULPAR can be adapted to different missions, as an armoured combat vehicle, a personnel carrier, an air defence vehicle and as a light or medium tank when equipped with a 105 mm gun.

TULPAR can be adapted to different missions, as an armoured combat vehicle, a personnel carrier, an air defence vehicle and as a light or medium tank when equipped with a 105 mm gun.

“We Continue to Introduce Innovative Solutions”

General Manager Serdar Görgüç emphasized that Otokar has the capabilities and the infrastructure to rapidly design and develop modular products in line with users’ current and future needs, “In the last 10 years, we have allocated 8.5 per cent of our revenues for our R&D activities. We continue to introduce innovative solutions in land systems by taking into account the current and future requirements of modern armies and security forces. Last May, we unveiled one of the best examples of this with our electric armoured vehicle Akrep IIe, which provides an excellent choice for reconnaissance and surveillance missions. Our combat-proven vehicles are actively used in very different geographies, extreme climatic conditions and conflict zones. We analyse the different needs and expectations of our users for land systems, and develop solutions that meet these requirements in the fastest manner thanks to our excellent engineering and superior R&D capabilities. We are ready to meet the different requirements of armed forces, not only by supplying products but also through transfer of technology and local production models. At the exhibition, we plan to share our experience and capabilities in this field with our customers.”

Capable of carrying 10 personnel, including the vehicle commander and driver, COBRA II offers high-level protection against landmines and IEDs.

Capable of carrying 10 personnel, including the vehicle commander and driver, COBRA II offers high-level protection against landmines and IEDs.

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