STM Makes a Mark at DSA 2024 with Latest Innovations in Defence

09.05 2024


STM, which develops naval platforms and tactical mini UAV systems at NATO standards, osted delegations at its stand and held important meetings at Defence Service Asia (DSA-2024).

STM Savunma Teknolojileri Mühendislik ve Ticaret A.Ş., having played a key role in the significant progress seen in the field of defence in the past couple of years in Türkiye, offers critical solutions in such areas as naval platforms, tactical mini-UAV systems (loitering munitions) and cyber security.

STM, one of the leading companies in the Turkish defence industry, continues to exhibit its technologies and capabilities in different geographies. STM was taken its place at the at DSA-2024 one of Asia Pasific most important defence exhibitions, to exhibit its combat proven, ınnovator projects. DSA-2024, was held in Malaysia- Kuala Lumpur, between 5-9 May 2024.

STM introduced the Asia Pacific region to Türkiye's first national corvette project – the Ada Class MILGEMTürkiye's first national frigate the İstif (I) Class FrigateSTM-MPAC Multi Purpose Attack Craft, the Coast Guard Ship CG-3100 and STM500, a small-sized submarine designed using national resources to the participants.

From among STM’s tactical mini-UAV systems, KARGU, Türkiye's first national attack UAV that has been exported to nearly 10 countries on three different continents to date; the ammunition drop UAV BOYGA, which was added to the Turkish Armed Forces (TAF) inventory 2022, took their places at the STM stand.



At its stand, STM hosted high-level military delegations from many different countries and engaged in productive meetings about the projects. Malaysian delegations closely examined the Ada Class Corvette Project, which has proven itself successfully in the international arena by the Turkish Naval Forces and has been exported to Ukraine and Pakistan so far.

Important figures including Malaysia's Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysian Defense Minister Mohamed Khaled Nordin and Commander of the Royal Malaysian Navy, Datuk Abdul Rahman Bin Ayob, were among the prominent visitors to the STM stand.



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