Thursday, July 25, 2024

Turkish company developed new modular unmanned aerial system

Turkey’s Tulpar Research Labs has unveiled the new T5-F modular unmanned aerial system.

The new T5-F is designed for persistent intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) missions. 

According to the statement by the Tulpar Research Labs, the T5-F can use different loads and different missions are now just  ‘plug and play’ intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR)/signals intelligence (SIGINT) pod.


Various other sensors can be integrated into the pod, which can be controlled using either a portable workstation on board a manned aircraft or via datalink on the ground. Or it is possible to install even a new  Burkut 44mm rocket & launcher, that specifically designed to use on lightweight drones for close combat and support operations.

The company just released some photos of the new T5-F modular unmanned aerial system with different loads.

T5-F with tear gas launcher
Tear Gas Launcher loudspeaker module

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