11.05.2011
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Cassidian and TAI agree on cooperation in the Talarion programme

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed today between Cassidian and Turkish Aerospace Industries to establish a close collaboration in the Talarion programme.

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Ein Talarion-Prototyp könnte laut Cassidian 2014 fliegen (Foto: H+B)  

 

Turkey has always advocated to participate in this major European programme with the Undersecretariat for Defence Industries (SSM) agreeing significant investment and integration in the Talarion prototype programme team by major companies of the Turkish industry led by TAI (Turkish Aerospace Industries, Inc.).

The prototype will be the first development standard. First flight is scheduled for 2014. To achieve this goal, Cassidian has created a dedicated co-located plateau phase with engineers from France, Spain, Turkey and Germany including main suppliers. Today around 160 engineers are working in the Talarion plateau.

"This next-generation MALE UAS is of outmost importance since it will fulfill government security missions and commercial activities which are not accessible to current solutions and their derivatives. With this industrial commitment we strongly believe that the potential customers will decide soon to support this unique product,” said Bernhard Gerwert, Chief Executive Officer of Cassidian Air Systems.

“We look forward to the progress of this programme which offers the highest performance of its class, incorporating the most modern modular sensor suite and data links" explained Muharrem Dörtkaşlı, Chief Executive Officer and President, Turkish Aerospace Industries, Inc. adding : "TAI is very proud to integrate such a challenging breakthrough, paving the way to a new generation of operational capabilities ."




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