Navigation Electronic Attack System (SEYMEN) Project Signed

Navigation Electronic Attack System (SEYMEN) Project Signed
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Presidency of Defence Industries and Meteksan Defence Industry Inc. signed the Navigation Electronic Attack System (SEYMEN) Project where President of Defence Industry Professor İsmail Demir and Chairman of the Board of Meteksan Defense Tunç Batum attended.

Navigation Electronic Attack System (SEYMEN) Project SignedSpeaking at the ceremony, President Demir said, “Electronic warfare systems have started to gain importance again with the increasing multilateral tensions. The defence industries of the world’s major countries, including Turkey, develop electronic warfare systems and solutions. Having its own functional solutions in the field of Electronic Warfare and making it sustainable will give Turkey an advantage in the field of defence,” he said.

The Navigation Electronic Attack (ET) System (SEYMEN) aims to apply Electronic Attack (ET) to targets such as weapons, guided missiles, missiles, command and control systems and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) used in land, air and sea platforms.

The system offers a solution with radar, electro-optical and electronic warfare elements integrated on a military tactical vehicle and can work together in a single shelter. SEYMEN will be able to confuse and deceive navigation systems in the same/different directions using more than one different GPS simultaneously with high reliability. In addition, more than one system will be able to perform coordinated tasks. The system will also include the ability to record and analyze the GPS signal.

Navigation Electronic Attack System (SEYMEN) Project Signed

It is aimed to complete and deliver the systems in 27 months. With the said project; The ability to deceive and confuse GPS systems in Electronic Warfare will be acquired, and many elements that may pose a threat to the Turkish Armed Forces will be prevented.

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