Turkey Upgrades the Vision Equipment of Preveze Class Submarines to State-of-the-art Technology

BERLIN, (BM) – HENSOLDT will upgrade the vision equipment used by the Turkish Navy’s Preveze Class submarines to state-of-the-art technology. The contract is worth approximately 40 million euros, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

For the first time, two SERO 400 systems will be combined.

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The four Class 209 submarines were built and commissioned in the 1990s. HENSOLDT will supply a total of eight SERO 400 periscopes, all of them with thermal imagers as add-on units.

The order was placed by the Turkish company Savunma Teknolojileri Mühendislik ve Ticaret A.Ş. (STM), which has the overall responsibility for the upgrade programme. “This is already our third project with STM. Collaboration with our Turkish partner has been very successful, not only in the case of the AY modernisation programme involving our SERO 250 for the Turkish Navy, but also regarding the Agosta upgrade,” said Klaus Rettenmaier, Head of Naval Systems in HENSOLDT’s Optronics Business Line. “The decision to combine two SERO 400s was made in view of the commonality with the Turkish New Type Submarine Programme (NTSP).”

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Therein, HENSOLDT is supplying a combination of the OMS 100 optronics mast system and the SERO 400 periscope for the REIS Class submarines. In addition, HENSOLDT is also supplying the equipment for the periscope workshop in Turkey, including special tooling. This means that, as a result of the continued deployment of the SERO 400, synergies will arise not only in the area of operating and training, but also in maintenance.

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