Turkish defence company ASELSAN has sold the SARP Stabilised Gun Platform and the SEDA Gunshot Detection System to a customer from the NATO alliance.
SARP is mounted on tactical vehicles as well as on towers and surveillance posts.
The system provides gunners with comprehensive surveillance and remote control capabilities.
Depending on the mission, SARP can be equipped with a 12.7mm machine gun, 40mm automatic grenade launcher or 7.62mm machine gun.
SEDA is a system for detecting supersonic projectiles.
It uses acoustic detection technology and operates in all weather conditions.
ASELSAN is proud to have sold over 3000 Stabilised Gun Platforms systems to 20 countries.
The two systems have most likely been sold to Hungary.
This is because the country has recently chosen the 4×4 Ejder Yalcin Armoured Combat Vehicle from Nurol Makina.
The Ejder Yalcin is a multi-role, Turkish designed, vehicle, already in service around the world.