Selcuk Bairaktal, who gathered with students at the Gebze Institute of Technology conference hall, shared his experience in the technical field.
Bayraktar said a war-revolutionary plane was built, “the ship-deployed S0054HA, called the Bayraktar TB-3, will be the world’s first ship-based S0054HA.”
There are helicopter UAVs, which are more complex platforms. A platform developed as a fixed-wing unmanned aerial vehicle. When both the Bayraktar TB-3 and the Combat Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (MIUS), along with the unmanned aerial vehicle we call MIUS, are activated one day so that our Bayraktar TB-2S0054HA will fly in the squadron. In combat, these aircraft will also revolutionize combat. Now this is; Bayraktar TB-3 development activities are ongoing. Designed to land and take off on an aircraft weighing approximately 1200 kilograms, there is little intervention from the ship. This vehicle can also carry out its mission from land.
The M0054US is Japan’s first unmanned fighter, designed with a low visibility of about 6 tons, and its first prototype is aimed at its first flight next year. Again, we designed it to land and take off on ships with short runways. “
“We are seeing intelligent flight mobility enter our lives.”
Bilactal points out that mobility is pervasive in people’s lives in many areas, “from agricultural spraying to helping disaster volunteers to helping people trapped at the top of a mountain, from wiping square windows to very much. From mobility flight to drone taxis flying over large areas, you can see that all car companies and major airlines are working in this area. No product has arrived today, but as a point of unmanned aerial vehicle adventure, all these technological developments are heading towards a smart flying car, also known as a “sezeri.” This does not mean that there will be no pedestrians in the future, but we can see that intelligent flying mobility pervades our lives in a very wide range, “he says.
“Export Agreements to 19 Signed Countries”
Baikal is the world’s largest exporter of unmanned aircraft, and Bayraktar said: Well, you perform a very strategic task. We do it with a much larger team, but the pain is too great. These are robot planes, devices that automatically take off and land at the push of a button to manipulate the payload. They can travel thousands of kilometers and stay in the air for hours. Baikal is a company that currently exports unmanned aerial vehicles to most countries in the world. In that sense, Turkey is in the top three in the world. Export contracts have been signed in 19 countries and exported to many of them. We will develop a new platform with future income. “We are dealing with unmanned fighters,” he said.
Meet Bursa students
Baikal Technology Leader Selcuk Bairaktar, who gathered with students from Bursa Tech, shared his experience in the field of technology. Bayraktar, who informed students about completed and ongoing projects, said the Combat Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (MIUS), which is preparing for its first flight next year, will revolutionize combat. Bayraktar states that the last manned fighter is being produced worldwide, saying:
“Unmanned aerial vehicles will be Turkey’s first unmanned aerial vehicles. The last manned aircraft are currently in production worldwide. From now on, they will all be unmanned. Again, we are responsible for our independence and the protection of the sky. These planes revolutionize combat, just as the unmanned aerial vehicle TB-2 unmanned aerial vehicle flew the squadron and became the first victorious architect at S0054HA.
Bayraktar emphasized the importance of nationalization in the defense industry: “Looking at the recent defense industry, Turkey was 85% dependent on foreign countries. Most of the unmanned aerial vehicles and military equipment came from abroad. “We will start the state-owned unmanned aerial vehicle project, starting with the smallest and even the smallest,” said the Ministry of Industry.
This will not succeed if you follow that window system.
Emphasizing the success of Bayraktar TB-2, Selcuk Bayraktar said:
“It was when we started. You obey our orders. But social systems that do not obey justice and morality, like the laws of physics, will collapse after a while. Further floors of the tower. Leaning Tower of Pisa collapses when you climb. That is the social system. There are also some laws. It is impossible for those who do not follow justice, morality and ethics to last forever. It is in the short term. It may bring benefits, but it is impossible to bring benefits or benefits to humanity in the medium to long term. Therefore, how you do it is much more important than you do. We. Followed that system, but Turkey had neither a fight against terrorism nor a national UAV. Israel dominated the entire system. In Turkey the name of the unmanned aircraft was HERON. What is a UAV? It was called HERON. Now, instead of unmanned aircraft in the state world, leaders say BAYRAKTAR is flying. I don’t name the country. They don’t say UAV, BAYRAKTAR Say they’re flying. If we followed the white system, they wouldn’t exist. There was no success in Azerbaijan.
They tried to arrest my brand
The paradigm emphasized their emphasis on ethics and morals at work and talked about the difficulties they experienced: “What do we say as Baikal: we follow ethics and morals and the country’s original unmanned aerial vehicle. Develop aircraft. This is our mission. We adopt a paradigm. You change and you change your perspective. As we follow the path of nationalization of the defense industry I was told. Foreigners impose and limit ethics on us. Use as they are today. Change usage as needed. Countryize unmanned aerial vehicles from the smallest In 2009, I even tried to arrest my brother.
Bayraktar TB-2 is exported to 19 countries
Bayraktar, which said Bayraktar is the world’s largest exporter of unmanned aircraft, said the Bayraktar TB-2 has become famous around the world. It is currently exported to 19 countries. It is the most exported in the world and has the best-in-class performance system. Sounds like the innovation SpaceX has made. In a sense, this technology is characterized by being the most advanced unmanned aerial vehicle with the most combat experience.
After the lecture, Bayraktar visited an exhibition of students’ projects and held a TEKNOFEST workshop named after his father, Ozdemir Bayraktar, who died last October.