Assuva Savunma Sanayi, a Turkish drone manufacturer, shared on its Facebook page that it has won a contract to sell the Greek Army 50 drones, for the first time in history of Greek army.
Remzi Basbug, president of Assuva, notedthat this was the company’s first export deal to a country that is both a NATO and a European Union member.
“With an agreement we signed with the Greek Ministry of Defense a while ago, the preliminary acceptance for the 50 drones we produced was made. The two drones we sent successfully passed the tests carried out by the Greek army,” Basbug said.
The company Assuva Savunma Sanayi said two Proton Elic RB-128 drones sent to Greece successfully passed acceptance tests.
"Assuva drones are the work of Turkish software engineers. We fly all with local hardware and software. We are proud to produce the world's best devices for drone search, rescue and underground imaging. Assuva Defense Industry drones are especially capable of finding special explosive mines in the air. We have systems with 100 percent results in a wide flight area up to a depth of 50 meters a thousand meters away. We will soon complete the order of 50 drones for the Greek army to use in underground tunnels, rooms and bunkers and other military activities with drones with thermal camera features," added Basbug.