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3 ADSS AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM SOLUTIONS AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM SOLUTIONS Effective air defense is based on integration and coordinated use of airborne and/or ground based active and passive sensors, command control centers and weapons of various types. The air defense network usually includes the surveillance and control of the protected airspace, projection of airpower for air defense missions, wide area air defense at medium and high altitude and site point air defense, covering medium and low altitudes. Each of these elements utilize weapon systems, sensors and command control assets designed to meet the specific tactical scenarios. A typical air defense system is comprised of sensors to detect and track threats, Command & Control (C2) systems which process information for decision-making, as well as gun and missile systems to engage and destroy the threats. ASELSAN s Networked Air Defense System based on the layered air defense concept tightly integrates the sensors, C2 and weapon (missile/ gun) systems for enhanced awareness, responsiveness and precision. In addition to the existing products, ASELSAN is engaged in development programs for Very Short Range (VSHORAD), Short Range (SHORA) and Medium Range Air Defense Systems. ASELSAN provides state of the art solutions that benefit from existing ASELSAN technology and know how in air defense: Fire Control Command Control Electro-Optic Sensors and Radars Weapon Systems Integration ASELSAN Air Defense Solutions present a layered air defense network of gun and missile systems complemented with high performance sensors, command and control, communications and fire control capabilities. specifications are subject to change without any notice

4 AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM SOLUTIONS FEATURES Superior to MANPADS Factors restricting the effectivity of MANPAD missiles, due to operator mis-performance or external effects are eliminated by integrating the missile launchers on a stabilized pedestal furnished with advanced electro optical sensors (thermal and TV cameras, laser range finder) and navigation sensors Flexible architecture enables to use various types of VSHORAD Missiles Integrated 12.7 mm machine gun Passive surveillance, acquisition and tracking sensors, incorporating thermal and TV cameras Multi-pulse laser range finder Gyro-stabilized turret for surveillance, acquisition and shoot-on-the-move capability Fully automated system functions including: - Automatic slewing of turret to the target coordinates pre-assigned by C2 system - Automatic target tracking - Target-in-Range indication to support gunner for firing decision - Automatic super-elevation and lead angle insertion prior to missile firing Target identification by interrogation friend/foe (IFF) system Detachable operating panel, providing full system functions for remote operation up to 50 meters away from the vehicle via cable connection Light-weight, autonomous turret can be integrated on various types of platforms High fire power 12.7 mm. Machine gun Operation under all weather conditions On the move operation Air transportable Detachable operating panel & Remote control Automatic target tracking Automatic super elevation & lead angle insertion P.O.Box: 1, Yenimahalle ANKARA / TURKEY Phone: +90 (312) Fax: +90 (312)

5 CAPABILITIES SITUATIONAL AWARENESS Maintaining a wide array of long, medium and short range sensors, networked to form a comprehensive and identified real-time integrated air picture that displays precisely the locations and movements of friendly and enemy aircraft, significantly enhances the awareness of the air defense system. RESPONSIVENESS Remote weapon display networks the sensors, C2 and weapon systems, enabling rapid and seamless dissemination of information to all parties within the air defense system. This enhances the responsiveness of the entire air defense system. PRECISION Remote weapon display networks the sensors, C2 and weapon systems, enabling rapid and seamless dissemination of information to all parties within the air defense system. This enhances the responsiveness of the entire air defense system. ROBUSTNESS Networking various sensors, C2 and weapon systems enhance the robustness and survivability of the overall air defense system. With networking, the degradation of any single sensor, C2 and/or weapon system will have minimal impact on the entire system as there are several other sensors, C2 and/ or weapon systems that will continue to function. INTEGRATED LOGISTIC SUPPORT ASELSAN provides the necessary integrated logistic support throughout the entire life-cycle of the system. CUSTOMER ORIENTED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT In todays competitive market, customers require specific air defense solutions based on their own requirements. ASELSAN has over 30 years of experience in the design and development of weapon systems. This experience has resulted in high technical expertise that enables the design, development and export of air defense systems to meet the wide range of customer requirements. AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM SOLUTIONS SENSORS COMMAND CONTROL WEAPONS specifications are subject to change without any notice

6 AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM SOLUTIONS COMMAND CONTROL HERIKKS AIR DEFENSE EARLY WARNING AND COMMAND CONTROL SYSTEM HERIKKS Air Defense Early Warning and Command Control System is a tactical command control system that receives air threat information from various types of radars; produces real time air picture (sensor fusion), and assigns appropriate air defense weapons to the selected targets. (***TEWA) Air Defense Operation Centers (ADOC), can be deployed at Army, Corps and Brigade command levels performs all the necessary command control and information system functionality for managing sensor and weapon systems. Interface to air defense radars. Interface to various types of air defense weapon systems. Establishment of a real time connection between the sensors and weapons, providing a minimized reaction time for intercepting airborne threats. Capability to interchange air picture with allied country command control system via LLAPI (Low Level Air Picture Interface) according to NATO standards. Integration with long range radar systems via Tactical Data Links. Preperation of simulation scenarios for training of system operators. P.O.Box: 1, Yenimahalle ANKARA / TURKEY Phone: +90 (312) Fax: +90 (312)

7 AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM SOLUTIONS * ADOC: Air Defense Operation Center ** LLAPI: Low Level Air Picture Interface *** TEWA : Threat Evaluation Weapon Assignment specifications are subject to change without any notice

8 AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM SOLUTIONS SENSORS The sensors include wide area coverage by radars, reinforced by active and passive sensors such as thermal, TV camera and laser range finder. RADAR ASELSAN Air Defense Radar KALKAN is a medium range 3-D search and track radar for fast and accurate detection and identification of low altitude air targets, classification as fixed or rotary wing and identification of Friend or Foe. ELECTRO-OPTIC SENSORS Electro-optic sensors provide PMADS to detect, track, recognize and identify the target. The primary sensor of the system providing target detection, tracking, recognition and identification is thermal camera. As a secondary sensor, a wide field of view TV camera with zoom capability is included. Electro-optical sensors are mounted on the elevation platform and are bore-sighted with the launchers and the machine gun. Laser range finder provides target range information for effective use of weapon range. AIR DEFENSE OPERATION CENTER AIR DEFENSE RADAR THERMAL CAMERA TV CAMERA LASER RANGE FINDER P.O.Box: 1, Yenimahalle ANKARA / TURKEY Phone: +90 (312) Fax: +90 (312)

9 WEAPONS PEDESTAL MOUNTED AIR DEFENSE SYSTEMS PMADS is a fully automated air defense missile firing unit for very short range air defense against fixed and rotary wing aircrafts, unmanned aerial vehicles and cruise missiles. AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM SOLUTIONS PMADS is used either in autonomous or coordinated modes whether the carrier platform is stationary or mobile. In coordinated mode of operation, the target cueing information is received from a C2 center. In autonomous mode, the PMADS crew search and detect the target by using the system s own surveillance sensors. ZIPKIN ATILGAN OPERATING PANEL STINGER LAUNCHING SYSTEM PMADS-IGLA BORA NAVAL PEDESTAL MOUNTED AIR DEFENCE SYSTEM In addition to ground based systems ASELSAN offers the lightweight and stabilized Bora Naval Pedestal Mounted Air Defence System for low level air defence of naval platforms such as frigates, corvettes and fast attack boats. The stabilized turret of BORA enables automatic target tracking and firing capabilities without being effected from the disturbances due to the sea conditions and maneuvers of the ship. BORA can automatically slew to the coordinates preassigned by the ship s combat management system. It can be operated either from its own control unit at the battleship operation and command control center or by the multi purpose operator console of the naval platform. The Fire Control Computer of BORA has a flexible software/hardware infrastructure in order to meet the future mission requirements that may evolve. This flexible infrastructure also enables the integration of different missiles. BORA specifications are subject to change without any notice

10 AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM SOLUTIONS TRAINING SIMULATOR PEDESTAL MOUNTED AIR DEFENSE SYSTEMS Embedded/classroom type PMADS Training Simulator provides: Training of PMADS crew on the simulator, Simulation of all processes and trials for all possible scenarios, Easy setup of scenarios (multi attacking, crossing targets, flights at different times of day and at different periods of year etc.), Measurement of operator s performance in determined scenarios, Adequate training prior to the active use of PMADS, Achievement of full success at real firings by operators after training at simulator and very little hands-on experience, Low cost operator training. FIRE CONTROL COMPUTER SIMULATED IMAGE ON DISPLAY OPERATING PANEL TRAINER CONSOLE EMBEDDED TRAINER TRAINEE CONSOLE P.O.Box: 1, Yenimahalle ANKARA / TURKEY Phone: +90 (312) Fax: +90 (312)

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