Good improved processor and algorithms means they can increase resolution and refresh rate of the sensor.-Motion blur effect cause of high speed...
Aselsan designed a special IR detector different than the one used on FLIR systems which is able to perform high processing.
-Aselsan designed special cooling system for Hisar detectors to improve readiness time of missile against high speed moving aerial targets...
Seems like and ASELSAN will do it... If FD-2000 deal doesn't work i never want Patriot or ASTER... ASELSAN should do it...Turkey's result for missile defense system tender will air on Monday | Economy | Daily Sabah
TURKEY'S RESULT FOR MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEM TENDER WILL AIR ON MONDAY
............SSM Undersecretary Ismail Demir visited China last week and held talks with officials from the Defense Ministry and the Chinese manufacturer of the FD-2000 missile system, the state-run CPMIEC. According to sources, Turkish officials demanded further cooperation and technology transfer and underlined that current conditions concerning technology transfer are not sufficient for Turkey.
Turkey's result for missile defense system tender will air on Monday | Economy | Daily Sabah
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Already in production, Tasdeler said that laser-guided Mizrak-U was successfully demonstrated to an undisclosed "international customer" in 2012 and that deliveries of the variant to that customer will be completed "by the end of this year". He added that laser-guided Mizrak-U has already been demonstrated to the TLFC. However, it is understood that it currently only has a requirement for the IIR-variant.
Azerbaijan, Pakistan, and the United Arab Emirates have all been touted as potential customers for Mizrak-U variants, although Roketsan declined to disclose specifics on customer identity or variant orders.
Once in TLFC service, Mizrak-U will be the principal heavy armament for Turkey's TAI/AgustaWestland T129 attack helicopter, where an ideal mix of IIR and laser-guided Mizrak-U effectors is envisaged to complement a Roketsan 70 mm Cirit 2.75/70 mm laser-guided rocket capability. Tasdeler confirmed that both Cirit and laser-guided Mizrak-U can be cued by the same designator, and that Mizrak-U IIR and laser variants can be fired from the same four-pod launcher.
Roketsan is also understood to be working on a naval variant of Mizrak-U for integration with the Turkish Navy's S-70B Seahawk helicopter fleet. Tasdeler confirmed that the company is working on a naval application of the effector, and that it has a target customer, but that it has not yet received "an official request for this variant".