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Lütfi VAROLU Dept. Head, Int'l Cooperation Undersecretariat for Defense Industries April 16, 2008

TOPICS

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Undersecretariat for Defence Industries (SSM) Procurement & Defense Industry Management

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State of Turkish Defence Industry

III. Development Programs -- Examples IV. R&D V. Opportunities & Threats

VI. What's Next?

SSM PROCUREMENT & DEFENSE INDUSTRY MANAGEMENT

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MISSION

MODERNIZATION OF THE TURKISH ARMED FORCES DEVELOPMENT OF THE DEFENSE INDUSTRY Main Functions Management of Acquisition Programs Technology Development Industrial Policies Management of Offset Programs International Cooperation Quality Assurance

MODERN SYSTEMS INCLUDED IN TAF INVENTORY

CN-235 AIR PLATFORMS Basic Trainer Aircraft NAVAL PLATFORMS Attack Helicopter General Purpose Helicopters MELTEM UAV

Harbour Coast Coast Guard Mine Hunting Fleet Tunk Vessel Boats Replenishment Ship ÇNR

LAND PLATFORMS ACV ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS HF Radios Wheeled Armored Vehicle PMS

Leopard Modernization

Mobile Radar F-16 Complex E.Warfare

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ONGOING PROJECTS

180 Projects

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CURRENT PROJECTS ­ TURKISH ARMED FORCES

Project Fields Land Platforms Major Projects

Modern Tank Project Leopard Fire Control Systems M60 Modernization National Vessel(MILGEM) Mine Hunting Vessel New Type Submarine JSF Airborne Early Warning Aircraft Helicopters GENESS ­ Command Control System GÖKTÜRK Satellite TAF Information System F-16 Electronic Warfare Helicopter Electronic Warfare Simulation and Training Anti-tank missile Pedestal Mounted Stinger (PMS) Small and Heavy Guns and Ammunition Modelling and Simulation Mission Computer Sonar

Naval Platforms

Air Platforms

C4I Electronic Warfare and Sensors Armament

R&D

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WORLDWIDE DEFENCE EXPENDITURE

COUNTRIES RANKING (2006) *

COUNTRY

BILLION $

COUNTRY

BILLION $

1. US 2. ENGLAND 3. FRANCE 4. CHINA 5. JAPAN 6. GERMANY 7. RUSSIA 8. ITALY

528,7 59,2 53,1 49,5 43,7 37,0 34,7 29,9

9. S.ARABIA 10. INDIA 11. S. KOREA 12. AUSTRALIA 13. CANADA 14. BRASIL 15. SPAIN TURKEY

29,0 23.9 21,9 13,8 13,5 13,4 12,3 11.3

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* SIPRI 2007

DEFENCE SYSTEM PROCUREMENT EXPENDITURE -- TURKEY

~4.0 Billion Dollars Annually

Military Equipment and Infrastructure % 36,5*

4.1 Billion $

OTHER % 14,4*

1.7 Billion $

Personnel % 49,1*

5.5 Billion $

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Functional Distribution of Expenditure: http://www.nato.int/docu/pr/2007/p07-141.pdf

TURKEY HAS CHANGED

- 1990 1990 - 2000 2000 -

Procurement

Co-Production

Development

·Multiple Rocket Launcher ·General Purpose Helicopter ·ATTACK Helicopter ·Coast Guard Boat

·Light Transport Aircraft ·Armoured Combat Vehicle ·Mobile Radar Complex ·HF SSB Radios

·Pedestal Mounted Stinger ·Tank Fire Control Systems ·National Combat Ship ·Electronic Warfare

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PROCUREMENT STRATEGY

I. PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT Funding of new development programs in priority systems Enrichment of product portfolio of Turkish defence industry II. INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIP/CONSORTIUM Participation in joint development programs when local development is not cost-effective Encouraging the design/risk partnership III. DIRECT PROCUREMENT / CO-PRODUCTION If the above options are not available, direct procurement Within such projects, providing job opportunities to the Turkish industry via co-production and offset

STRATEGIC TECHNOLOGY AREAS

SYSTEM INTEGRATION

NETWORK, DATA, SATELLITE, SENSOR SYSTEMS

ELECTRONIC WARFARE

MISSILE, GUIDANCE, CONTROL

PRODUCTS

UNMANNED AIR VEHICLES GUIDED MISSILE DEVELOPMENT AIRCRAFT/SHIP/TANK MODERNISATIONS MISSION COMPUTERS SELF-PROTECTION SYSTEMS

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IN EXCESS OF $3B DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS ONGOING

EXAMPLE PROGRAMS

PROJECT

PEDESTAL MOUNTED STINGER LEOPARD FIRE CONTROL SYSTEMS MODERN TANK HELICOPTER SIMULATORS MALE UAV TARGETING POD COAST GUARD BOAT 12.7mm STABILIZED SYSTEM (STAMP) SHIP COMMAND&CONTROL SYSTEMS (GENESS) 2.75" LASER GUIDED ROCKET LONG RANGE ANTI-TANK HELICOPTER ELECTRONIC WARFARE SYSTEMS

CONTRACTOR

ASELSAN ASELSAN BMC/OTOKAR/FNSS HAVELSAN TAI ASELSAN YONCA ONUK ASELSAN HAVELSAN ROKETSAN ROKETSAN ASELSAN

FIRST PROTOTYPE

1998 2006 2012 2008 2009 2009 2001 2007 2007 2007 2010 2009

TURKISH DEFENCE INDUSTRY

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HISTORY OF TURKISH DEFENSE INDUSTRY

Republic of Turkey has initiated its defence industry activities from a scratch.

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HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT I

1921 1924 1925 1925 1927 1930 1941 1941 1943 1945 General Management of Military Factories Gölcük Shipyard akir Zümre Factory TAMTA (Tayyare ve Motor Türk A..) Ammunition Factory Kaya Capsul Factory Turkish Aeronautical Association (TAA) Aircraft Factory Takizak Shipyard Mamak Gas Mask Factory First Aircraft Engine Factory In Ankara

1921-1950

1936 Nuri Demira Aircraft Factory

1950-1973

1950 Mechanical and Chemical Corporation (MKEK) 1952 NATO Partnership 1954 Ministry of Defence R&D Department (MSB Ar-Ge) 1970-74 Turkish Armed Forces Foundation (TSKGV) 1973 Turkish Aerospace Industries (TUSA) 1974 Cyprus Peacekeeping Operation and Arms Embargo

HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT II

1975 1977 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1989 1989 1990 1998 2005 Aselsan bir Electric Industry Aspilsan Havelsan General Management of Defence Equipment Turkish Aerospace Industry (TAI)

1974-1885

Enterprises

1985-2008

Undersecretariat for Defence Industries (SSM) STFA SAVRONIC__National Electronic Systems MIKES__Electronic Warfare ROKETSAN__Stinger FNSS__Armour-plated Vehicle SELEX__Radio HTR__Mobile Radar AYESA__Mobile Radar MILSOFT__Software SDT__Software

TODAY -- DEFENCE INDUSTRY SECTOR

PUBLIC CORPORATIONS MILITARY FACTORIES AIR PLATFORMS ESKEHR 1. HBM KAYSER 2 HBM ARFYE, TUZLA & KAYSER FACTORIES GÖLCÜK, STANBUL, ZMR SHIPYARDS GOV'T CONTROLLED TAI PRIVATE COMPANIES BAYKAR MAKNA; BÜYÜKMIHÇI; KALEKALIP OTOKAR; BMC; HEMA; NUROL RMK; SEDEF; YONCA-ONUK; DEARSAN GATE; MLSOFT; SAVRONK; SDT; VESTEL SAVUNMA; KOÇ SSTEM METEKSAN SAVUNMA; C2TECH; KALETRON; YÜKSEK TEKNOLOJ BARI; KALEKALIP; TSA; GRSAN; SARSILMAZ FOREIGN PARTNERSHIPS TUSA MOTOR (TEI); ALP AVIATION FNSS; MTU-TR

LAND PLATFORMS

BR

NAVAL PLATFORMS

TURKISH NAVAL SEC.

YILDIZ

ELECTRONICS/SOFTWARE

ANKARA 3. HBM KKK 4. MAINTENANCE CENTERS

ASELSAN; HAVELSAN; STM; MKES; EHSM; HTR; TÜBTAK UEKAE; TÜBTAK MAM MKEK; ROKETSAN; TAPASAN; TÜBTAK SAGE

AYESA; SELEX; NETA; SIEMENS; ESDA; YALTES

ROCKETS-MISSILESAMMUNITION

KKK 3. MAINTENANCE CENTER KAYSER 2. HBM ANKARA 3. HBM

STOEGER

MILITARY SALES (2007) 2,0 Billion $ TOTAL WORKFORCE (2007) 48.000

% 22 15.000

% 37 14.000

% 27 12.000

% 14 18 7.000

MAIN CAPABILITY AREAS

LAND COMBAT SYSTEMS DEFENCE ELECTRONICS MILITARY SOFTWARE & SIMULATION WEAPON & AMMUNITION MISSILE AND ROCKETS AVIATION NAVAL SYSTEMS LOGISTICS

LAND SYSTEMS

CATEGORY WHEELED TACTICAL VEHICLES COMPANIES BMC PRODUCTS 2.5- 5- 10 TON

WHEELED ARMOURED COMBAT VEHICLES

OTOKAR FNSS NUROLMAKINA

4X4 6X6 8X8 RN-94 ACV-300 ACV-S FAMILY M 60 M 48 LEOPARD

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TRACKED ARMOURED COMBAT VEHICLE TANK MODERNIZATION

FNSS

VARIOUS

NAVAL SYSTEMS

CATEGORY COAST GUARD BOATS SHIP REPLENISHMENT CORVETTES COMPANIES YONCA PRODUCTS KAAN CLASS (MRTP)

SEDEF

ISTANBUL SHIPYARD HAVELSAN VESTEL MILSOFT YALTES GENESIS

COMMAND CONTROL SYSTEMS

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AVIATION

CATEGORY

AIRCRAFT MODERNIZATION

COMPANIES

TAI

PRODUCTS

F-4, F-5, C130, F-16, T-37, T-38 MINI, TACTIC AND LONG RANGE UAV's AIRCRAFT & ENGINES

UNMANNED AIR VEHICLE (UAV)

TAI KALEKALIP GLOBAL BAYRAKTAR TAI TEI

MRO (MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND OVERHAUL) PARTS MANUFACTURING

TAI TEI ALP AVIATION KALE KALIP

AEROSTRUCTURES

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MILITARY SOFTWARE AND SIMULATION

CATEGORY

COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEMS

COMPANIES

ASELSAN HAVELSAN AYESA MLSOFT HAVELSAN METEKSAN MILSOFT, STM METEKSAN AYESA SAVRONIK MILSOFT HAVELSAN KOÇ SYSTEM STM ASELSAN

TRAINING SIMULATION HOSPITAL AUTOMATION DATA LINK SYSTEMS

ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE DEFENCE AGAINST RF CONTROLLED IED

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DEFENCE ELECTRONICS

CATEGORY MILITARY TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS COMPANIES ASELSAN AYESA SELKOM KAREL NETA ASELSAN PRODUCTS HF/V/UHF RADIOS SATELLITE COM TACTICAL NETWORKS DAY/NIGHT CAMERAS FLIR SYSTEMS INS, MISSION COMPUTER TANKS HOWITZERS GUNS AIRBORNE, LAND AND SHIP BASED

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ELECTRO OPTICAL SYSTEMS

AVIONICS SYSTEMS ASELSAN AYESA FIRE CONTROL SYSTEMS ELECTRONIC WARFARE SYSTEMS ASELSAN

ASELSAN MIKES

WEAPONRY AND AMMUNITION

CATEGORY HANDHELD WEAPONS

COMPANIES MKEK SARSILMAZ TISA GIRSAN MKEK

PRODUCTS -7.65 mm ­ 9 mm KIRIKKALE PISTOLS -5.56 mm AMMUNITION MP5-A3 SUBMACHINE GUN 120 mm HY1-12 MORTAR 155 mm 52 cal MODERN TOWED HOWITZER

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MEDIUM CALIBRE HEAVY CALIBRE HOWITZER

MKEK MKEK

MISSILES AND ROCKETS

CATEGORY 2.75" ROCKETS 122 MM ROCKETS ANTI TANK MISSILE COMPANIES MKEK ROKETSAN MKEK ROKETSAN ROKETSAN PRODUCTS LASER GUIDED

2.75" Rocket

EXTENDED RANGE MEDIUM AND LONGE RANGE PEDESTAL MOUNTED STINGER (PMS)

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AIR DEFENCE SYSTEMS

ASELSAN

LOGISTICS

CATEGORY SHELTERS AVIONICS MAINTENANCE GENERATORS LIGHTING EQUIPMENT MILITARY CLOTHING MAINTENANCE& REPAIR COMPANIES BRAHM ÖRS NUROL MAKNA GATE ESDA HTR BR YÜKSEK TEKNOLOJ YAKUPOLU SÜMER HOLDING VARIOUS

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SECTOR PERFORMANCE

Million Dollars Turkish Defence Industry Sector Revenue and Export Figures*

2.200 2.000 1.800 1.600 1.400 1.200 1.000 800 600 400 200 0

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

Turnover Exports

* Source: Defence Industrial Manufacturers Association (SASAD), Turkey

INTEGRATION WITH CIVILIAN SECTORS

Neighbor Sectors Neighbor Sectors

DEFENCE INDUSTRY LAYERS

3,9B$ 12,0B$ 13,8B$

MAIN CONTRACTORS (SYSTEM INTEGRATION) SUBCONTRACTORS

2,5B$

CIVIL ELECTRONICS

INFORMATICS

TECHNOPOLIS COMPANIES AND SMEs RESEARCH INSTITUTES/ UNIVERSITIES

SHIPBUILDING

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AUTOMOBILE

S0FTWARE CMMI CERTIFICATION OF SECTOR COMPANIES

COMPANY

MLSOFT HAVELSAN KOÇ BLG METEKSAN SAVUNMA STM TAI AYESA

CMMI LEVEL

CMMI-5 CMMI-3 CMMI-3 CMMI-3 CMMI-3 CMMI-3 CMMI-3

SUCCESS ON EXPORT

COMPANIES INDIGENEOUS DEVELOPMENT Pedestal Mounted Stinger ASELSAN Frequency Hopped / Yazilim Software Based Radios 122 mm Multi Rocket Launcher Armoured Combat Vehicle Low Altitude Air Defence System International Standards Last developed in its class Long Range EXPORT Netherlands Pakistan Egypt UAE UAE Malaysia Philippines S. Arabia Pakistan Malaysia Georgia S. Korea Pakistan Pakistan Bangladesh Macedonia UAE Algeria Bahrain POTENTIAL EXPORT Egypt Jordan Pakistan Malaysia S. Arabia Malaysia S. Arabia usa Albania Malaysia Pakistan S. Korea Malaysia Bangladesh Pakistan Algeria

ROKETSAN

FNSS

International Standards Composite Technology High Speed and Manoeuvre Enhanced Naval Specifications Enhanced Training Opportunities Enhanced Test and Operation Opportunity Enhanced Technology Command Control 4x4 2,5 tons 4x4 5 tons 6x6 10 tons International Standards Modular

YONCA- ONUK

Fast Patrol Boats Simulators

HAVELSAN

Electronic Warfare Test and Training Range (EHTES) Wheeled Tactical Vehicles Cobra

BMC

OTOKAR

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DEVELOPMENT & INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS -EXAMPLES

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PRODUCT PORTFOLIO IS GROWING

PRODUCTION PHASE DEVELOPMENT PHASE

· Frequency Hopping Radios · Target Drones · Land Based Electronic Warfare Systems · Fixed Wing Aircraft Simulators · Fire Control System · Night Visison and Targeting Systems · Unguided Missiles · Coastguard Boats · Armoured Vehicles

· Software Based Radios · Unmanned Air Vehicles · Air Based Electronic Warfare Systems · Helicopter Simulators · Ship Command and Control Systems · Mission Computer · Anti-tank Missile · MLGEM (National Design) · Enterprise Software Systems

8X8 ARMOURED PERSONNEL CARRIER & MOBILE FLOATING ASSAULT BRIDGE

"PARS" 8x8 Armoured Personnel Carrier

Contract signed on January 2007 Main contractor FNSS (Gölbai) 4 sets - 650 m mobile floating bridge production in total Mobile Bridge, design and development via use of PARS armoured vehicle infrastructure First Article Test : 2009

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TANK FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM

Capable of shooting mobile targets in first shot, under the bad weather conditions, day and night Contract signed on January 2002 Main contractor: ASELSAN A.. 162 VOLKAN Fire Control Systems will be manufactured and be integrated to Leopard tanks The delivery and integration activities of the systems has been going on since 2005 ­ 76 tanks delivered.

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AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM

ZIPKIN

Low Altitude Air Defence System Capable of target search, recognition, and shoot, while mobile Contract signed on November 2001. Main contractor ASELSAN

ATILGAN

Production of 56 "ZIPKIN", 70 "ATILGAN" 78 systems has been delivered to TAF since 2004 Exported to Holland

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COMBAT SHIP (MLGEM CORVETTE)

Start Date Contractor Quantity First Delivery

: 2004 : stanbul Shipyard Command : 1 Prototype Vessel + (7 vessel) : 2012 (prototype)

FAST PATROL SHIP

For reconnaissance, observance, patrol and naval defence missions in straits, bases, ports and the close areas to the coasts Contract signed on August 2007 Main contractor DEARSAN 16 boats will be buit for TNFC Tests for the first prototype are planned for 2011

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COAST GUARD BOATS

Capable of 60 knots (appr.105km/ph), search-rescue and other coast guard missions Contract signed in 1997 Main contractor:YONCA-ONUK First boat come into service in 1998, and in total 18 boats manufactured for the Coast Guard Command 3 boats in service for Customs Exported to Pakistan, Georgia and Malaysia Participating in tenders in many countries, including USA

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SHIP COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM

The warfare administration system; to be used for the G class frigates and future warships Contract signed on November 2004 Main contractor: HAVELSAN A.. First two delivery completed in 2007 Total of 8 frigates shall be modernized

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MINI UNMANNED AIR VEHICLE

For the purpose of aerial observance Capable of 1 hour on-air stay Day and night camera (0,5kg) Contract signed on October 2006 Main contractor: KALEKALIP/BAYKAR 19 ground systems and 76 A/C will be built First 2 systems and 8 A/C were received by TLFC

Ground Control Unit

Last delivery on December 2008

Bag

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MALE UNMANNED AIR VEHICLE

MALE: Medium Endurance 24 hours on-air stay

Altitude

Long

Runway landing/take-off ASELSAN FLIR (thermal camera) and SAR radar (200kg) Contract signed on December 2004 Main contractor: TAI 3 A/C ground systems will be built as prototype First flight scheduled in 2010

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TRAINER AIRCRAFT

Local design and development project started to meet future trainer aircraft requirements of TAFC Contract signed in 2006 Main contractor TAI 4 A/C will be built as prototype First flight planned for 2010

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C-130 AVIONICS MODERNIZATION

Avionics modernization and certification tests of 13 C-130 A/C in TAFC inventory Contract signed on December 2006 Main contractor: TAI Within the context of this project, A/C's communication, navigation, flight administration, radar and mission computers will be renewed First prototype flight planned for 2009

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HELICOPTER ELECTRONIC WARFARE SYSTEM

Development of various electronic warfare systems to be integrated to all TAF helicopters Tüm Contracts were signed on April 2002 for Missile Warning; September 2004 for Counter Measures; and on September 2005 for Radar WarningLaser Warning-Central Processor Main contractor ASELSAN System deliveries started, helicopter integration activities are going on

Suit Central Processor RF Jammer Laser Warning Receiver Counter measure systems and ammunition Missile Warning Systems

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HELICOPTER SIMULATOR

Initiated for minimizing the pilot training costs and flight risks for Sikorsky "Black Hawk" ve "Sea Hawk" helicopters Contract signed on July 2005 Main contractor HAVELSAN 3 fully active , 2 static simulators will be developed and built In 2008, simulators will be received by SSM and put into service in TLFC and TNFC

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INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION PROJECTS

A400M TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT

Germany France Spain UK Turkey Belgium TOTAL 60 50 27 25 10 8 180 A/C A/C A/C A/C A/C A/C A/C % 33 % 28 % 15 % 14 %6 %4

TAI's workshare · Center fuselage · Emergency door · Upper body panels · Paratrooper doors · Tail cone · Flaps · Lightening system

Start First Delivery Last Delivery

:1988 :2010 :2021

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Date of Signature :2003

INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION PROJECTS

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)

DENMARK CANADA NETHERLANDS UK

USA (~%75) 100 A/C System Development Contract: July 2002 Production and Support Contract: January 2007

ITALY TURKEY (~%3) AUSTRALIA NORWAY 48

R&D PROGRAM

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R&D PROGRAM

SOURCES PROJECT APPROACH

· TÜBTAK R&D Funding · Defence Industry Supporting Fund · MoD Budget · State Planning Organisation · TDEB · TTGV · Incentives ­ Teknokent ­ Tekmer

· Harmonious with the Main System Project Aims and Needs · Aiming Future Technological Infrastructure Development · Encouraging Industry, University, Research, Institutes and KOB's to Cooperate · 110 Projects in Year 2006

ONGOING R&D PROJECTS (~ 50 PROJECTS)

System Integration Network

MLGEM, Degaussing (D/G) System and Integration Project MLGEM, ElectroMagnetic Compatibility and Reduction of ElectroMagnetic Interference Project (EMI/EMC) MILGEM, Exhaust Gas Cooling System Production and Integration MLGEM, IR Signature Forecast and Management System Project MLGEM, TB-SH 05 Hydrophone Production and Integration Project MLGEM, National Sonar System Production and Integration Project National Mission Computer Development Project (ÖZGÜR)

Information, Satellite, Sensor Systems

Data Link System A400M Operational Security Working Group (OSWG) Activities AYSEK Project Fiberoptic Cable Monitoring System Project Helmet Integrated Command System Measuring and Analysis by IR Measuring System Modeling and Simulation Systems (MODSM) National ROV Devlopment Project Radar Video Plot Extractor System Project Real-Time Operating System Development/Adaptation Project Surface Wave High Frequency Radar Definition Demonstration Tank Command Control Information System

Electronic Warfare Missile

AN/ALQ-178(V)3 EW System Mission Information Filing Software ProjectCompilation of ES Systems EW Data Base

COMPLETED R&D PROJECTS

155 mm Turkish Towed Howitzer Prototype Production Airborne Remote Sensing System Anti-Tank Weapons Impact Power Enhancement Boron-Carbide Based Armour Production Design and Prototype Production of High Pressure Resistant Composite Pressure Developing Software / Hardware Support for National Defense Systems Establishment of a Crypto Analysis Center Fast Patrol/Attack Craft (19 m) Extended and Improved VersionFast Patrol/Attack Craft (33 m) Extended and Improved VersionGuided Missile Design Base Development Long Horizon (1st&2nd Phase) Milimetric Wave Electronic Warfare Model Drawing Experiment Modern Self Propelled C2INBC Protective Clothing Material and Clothing Production PMS System Prototype Development Portable Common Tools Environment PRC/VRC 9600 VHF/FM Frequency Hopping Military Radio Family R&D 2001R&D 2004-Z (Helicopter Armor) Project R&D 99-1RAMJET Ceramic Rocket Engine Design and Production Semi Conductor Alloy Technology Research Center Short and Medium Range Missile Design Base Development Silicium-Carbide Based Ceramic Composite Material Production TAF C2I System (1st&2nd Phase) Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)

EU FP7 PARTICIPATION (COMPLETED CALLS)

COMPANY PROJECT CONCEPT WORKSHARE(%) BUDGET DURATION

%12 19,9 Million Euro 48 Months

WORKPACKAGE LEADERSHIP

Top Level Systsem Architecture Design and Description C&C Subsystem Design, Implementation, Integration

ASELSAN STM

TALOS Transportable Autonomous Patrol for Land Border Surveillance System

SEC-2007-3.2-02 Unregulated Land Border Surveillance System

TAI-TUSA

MAAXIMUS More Affordable Aircraft Structure Through Extended, Integrated & Mature Numerical Sizing ARCSOFC Advanced Material Architectures for Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Stacks

AERONAUTICS&A IR-TRANSPORT (AAT)-2007-RTD1 NANO NMP-2007-2.2-3 Advanced Material Architectures for Energy Conversion SECURITY

%20 83 Million Euro 60 Months

Window Frame Design and Production Using RTM Technology

VESTEL SAVUNMA

Evaluation Phase

Evaluation Phase

STM

OPEREMAR An Interoperable Approach to European Union Maritime Security Management

669,132 Euro

Maritime Securtiy Total Point !2/15

OPPORTUNITIES

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DEVELOPMENT OF DEFENCE INDUSTRY IS A PRIORITY FOR TURKEY

DEFENCE EXPENDITURE EUROPEAN COUNTRIES (Million $) (2004) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 UNITED KINGDOM FRANCE GERMANY ITALY TURKEY SPAIN NETHERLANDS GREECE (**MB,2005) NORWAY POLAND 47.4 46.1 33.8 27.7 10.1 9.5 8.4 5.8 4.3 4.1 ARMED FORCES RESERVE 210.000 250.000 280.000 220.000 510.000 140.000 51.000 163.000 27.000 200.000

* SIPR 2005

OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE TURKISH DEFENSE INDUSTRY

RISING POTENTIAL OF TURKEY TECHNOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATION SIGNIFICANT INTERNAL MARKET MARKET EXPANSION

· Technoparks · Developing Civilian Industry · Qualified Personnel · · · · Network Centric Warfare Electronic Warfare Unmanned Vehicle Guided Missiles

· Long Term Requirements · Rich Project Portfolio · Search for Alternative Sources · Transformation of Traditional Markets

OPPORTUNITIES

TURKISH PROGRAMS

UTILITY HELICOPTERS AIR DEFENSE SYSTEMS HEAVY LIFT HELICOPTERS .....

REGIONAL PROGRAMS

MISSILE DEFENSE PLATFORM MODERNIZATIONS .....

R&D PARTNERSHIPS W/ UNIVERSITIES & RESEARCH ORG

TASSA, Turkish American Scientists and Scholars Assoc.

OPPORTUNITIES

BUSINESS TO BUSINESS

GENESIS HQ ERP SYSTEMS F16 MODERNIZATION AEW&C INT'L BLACKHAWK PROGRAMS JSF SUBSYSTEMS MRO ACTIVITIES S/W FOR BLACKHAWKS COAST GUARD BOATS .....

THREATS

CASE BY CASE APPROACH POLICY TO PRACTICE NO CLEAR DEFINITION OF COOPERATION

NEED SUCCESS STORIES

LACK OF LONG TERM RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN INDUSTRIES

NEXT STEP?

FOLLOW UP: CHANGE IN POLICY

SPEEDING UP "NATO MEMBERS' APPLICATIONS" FRAMEWORK OF PRINCIPLES NEED TO BE DISCUSSED

"DEFINED COOPERATION" TURN INTO PROJECTS WORKING GROUP (G-TO-G)

CRISIS MANAGEMENT

RESOLUTION OF PROBLEMS IN CURRENT PROGRAMS INDUSTRIAL LINKS (B-TO-B)

PROGRAM SPECIFIC BUNDLED PORTFOLIO: MARKET TO 3RD

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