Turkish defense system SIPER conducted its final test on Friday before its official launch. SIPER hit a long-range target in the final test.
According to Ismail Demir, the head of Turkish Defense Industries Presidency (SSB), Türkiye's new defense system, SIPER, passed the test with a direct hit, reported Anadolu.
SIPER is expected to rival Russia's s-400s.
While SIPER can engage targets manually and automatically, it can also take charge in harsh conditions.
It has multi-target and multi-radar fusion features and it can identify friend and foe.
In addition to SIPER, Türkiye also developed the Korkut, Sungur and Hisar air defense systems.
Source: Anadolu Agency