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Coşkunöz exports UAV to the UK

Coşkunöz exports UAV to the UK

Turkish product unmanned aerial vehicle JACKAL was exported to the UK under an agreement between Fly BVLOS Technology, a subsidiary of Coşkunöz Holding, and Flyby Technology, a UK company.

Gebze Technical University (GTU) Rector Profesor Muhammed Hasan Aslan, Coşkunöz Defence and Aviation Group General Manager Ünver Şahin, Fly BVLOS General Manager Murat Islıoğlu and British Flyby Technology Founder Jon Parker attended the signing ceremony held at GTU. The British company will receive five UAVs from Turkey.

Coşkunöz exports UAV to the UK

Fly BVLOS General Manager Murat Islıoğlu said, “As Fly BVLOS, we transfer our experience and knowledge. We manufacture drone technologies. We provide flight training on these drones. Our unmanned aerial vehicle, JACKAL, which has domestic and national software we produce, can carry a payload of 15 kg and fly at 130 kilometres. With this first UAV sale to the United Kingdom, which is at the top of world trade and value-added technology, We are very proud of our company and country.”

Coşkunöz exports UAV to the UK

Flyby Technology founder Jon Parker stated that they purchased JACKAL UAV because it is very suitable for training with its new generation features and made the following assessment: “As one of the leading brands in drone pilot training, we chose the JACKAL unmanned aerial vehicle for our training because of smart operators. You need to train new generation pilots in new-generation aircraft. These are long-range flight control systems that carry heavy loads and are different from previous hobby equipment. We can say that JACKAL is exactly the UAV we are looking for with its features. If you want to change the game"s rules, you have to own the ball! With the difference it will make in training, JACKAL will provide us with the ability to train pilots worldwide and grow our business. It will embrace the concept of “Drones for Good” and allow us to use the platform in peacekeeping missions and with NGOs.”

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