UK engineering group Horiba Mira has entered into a teaming agreement with a consortium of Turkish companies that will work to develop a new version of the company’s Viking unmanned ground vehicle (UGV).
Horbia Mira signed the agreement with a consortium comprising Katmerciler, Savronik, and Delta, working together to develop the UGV to meet Turkish requirements.
The agreement was signed at the 2018 Turkish British Tatlıdil Forum held in the United Kingdom from 11-13 May, Horiba Mira announced on 21 May, with the forum serving as a way by which political, economic and cultural ties between the two nations can be improved since it was first established in 2011.
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