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DSA 2024: STM from Türkiye Showcases ADA Class Corvette to Strengthen International Maritime Partnerships.

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, May 7, 2024 – STM (Savunma Teknolojileri Mühendislik ve Ticaret A.Ş.), Turkey’s pioneering defense technologies company displays its full range of defense products in the fields of Land, Air and Sea in the Defence Services Asia (DSA) 2024. This prestigious event, taking place in Kuala Lumpur, is a focal point for defense and security industries globally. STM highlights the ADA Class Corvette, a testament to advanced naval capabilities and collaborative defense potential.
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STM displays a scale model of its ADA Class Corvette at DSA 2024, Defense Exhibition in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (Picture source army Recognition Group)

The ADA Class Corvette, renowned for its cutting-edge technology and versatile operational capabilities, represents a significant stride in naval defense. Designed as a multi-role combat warship, it excels in anti-submarine warfare, air defense, and patrol missions. The corvette integrates advanced electronic warfare, weapons systems, and radar-evading technology, making it a formidable asset in modern maritime defense.

The ADA Class Corvette is a type of modern naval warship used by the Turkish Navy, designed primarily for multi-role operations such as surveillance, patrol, anti-submarine warfare, and anti-surface warfare. Developed under the MILGEM (National Ship) project, these corvettes feature advanced stealth technology to minimize radar and infrared signatures, making them less detectable to enemy forces.

The ADA Class Corvette is equipped with a range of advanced technical features that enhance its operational effectiveness in various maritime missions. These corvettes incorporate state-of-the-art stealth technology that significantly reduces their radar cross-section, making them harder to detect by enemy radar and infrared sensors. They are outfitted with a sophisticated command and control system which integrates all onboard sensors and weapons systems to provide comprehensive situational awareness and combat management capabilities.

In terms of armament, the ADA Class Corvette is well-armed with a 76mm main gun, surface-to-air missiles, and anti-ship missiles, providing a strong offensive capability against both surface and aerial threats. Additionally, they carry lightweight torpedoes for anti-submarine warfare. The corvette also includes advanced electronic warfare systems to disrupt and counter threats from enemy sensors and weapons.

For navigation and sensor technology, the ADA Class is equipped with a high-tech radar system capable of tracking and engaging multiple targets simultaneously. This is complemented by an advanced sonar system designed for effective submarine detection and engagement. The propulsion system of the corvette allows for high speeds and maneuverability, making it suitable for a variety of operations from patrolling to high-intensity conflict scenarios. These features collectively make the ADA Class Corvette a versatile and powerful asset in the Turkish Navy's fleet.

"Participating in DSA 2024 provides an excellent platform for STM to showcase our advanced ADA Class Corvette. We aim to highlight how this vessel stands out with its superior technology and adaptability, making it an ideal choice for countries looking to enhance their maritime security," said Ozgur Guleryuz, General Manager, at STM.

This event will also serve as an opportunity for STM to engage with international partners and stakeholders, discussing potential collaborations and exploring new markets. The ADA Class Corvette is not just a symbol of naval prowess but also of STM’s commitment to supporting global maritime security needs through innovative and reliable solutions.

In addition to the ADA Class Corvette, STM will present a range of other defense products and services, demonstrating the company’s broad capabilities in supporting modern armed forces.

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