DSA 2024: FNSS from Türkiye Presents TEBER-II 30/40 Remote Controlled Turret

DSA 2024: FNSS from Türkiye Presents TEBER-II 30/40 Remote Controlled Turret

FNSS, a Turkish company, is showcasing its latest innovations in armored vehicles at the DSA 2024 exhibition, which is being held from May 6 to 9 in Malaysia. In this article, we will focus on one of FNSS’s presentations, the Remote Controlled Turret that can be mounted on the PARS III 6×6, as featured on Army Recognition on 6 May 2024.

The Teber-II 30/40 RCT is equipped with a 30mm dual-feed automatic cannon, which can be upgraded to a 40mm cannon while retaining the main components and the original structure. This feature offers users the flexibility to increase their firepower according to operational needs. Additionally, a 7.62mm coaxial machine gun accompanies the main cannon.

The turret system is capable of integrating various anti-tank missile systems, enhancing its defensive capabilities. It supports two ready-to-fire anti-tank missiles, controlled by an integrated fire control system, enabling engagement of threats up to four kilometers away.

A notable addition is the independent remote-controlled weapon system (RCWS), which allows for the adjustment of firing angles both vertically and horizontally. This system can be adapted to use either 7.62mm or 5.56mm machine guns and is particularly effective in urban warfare scenarios, targeting elevated positions and high-angle threats such as drones. Furthermore, it serves as an independent sighting system for the commander, facilitating advanced “hunter-killer” tactics.

The Teber-II turret can be customized with a variety of manually or remotely controlled armament configurations, including 7.62mm and 12.7mm machine guns, 25mm and 35mm automatic cannons, 40mm automatic grenade launchers, 90mm cannons, and various anti-tank systems.

The PARS III 6×6 Armoured Fire Support Vehicle, designed to offer both the protection of mine-resistant transport vehicles and the offensive capabilities of modern armored combat units, stands out in its class. The vehicle is versatile enough to be transported by land, air (A400M transport aircraft), sea, highways, and railways, reflecting its adaptability to various military logistics and deployment strategies.

FNSS will be present at DSA 2024 in Malaysia. However, it remains to be seen whether FNSS will be able to win contracts in Malaysia at DSA 2024, but this turret could certainly convince some customers with its modularity and ability to be mounted on different vehicles.

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