AFCEA International Chapter News
TURKIYE CHAPTER CHAPTER - Nov 07, 2016

Land Systems Seminar and Exposition

The 3rd Land Systems Seminar and Exposition was organized by Turkish Defense News Group with the support of the Turkiye Chapter together with SSM (Undersecretariat for Defense Industries) and METU-BILTIR. The event was held at the METU-CCC in Ankara, Turkey in November. The main goal of the seminar was to increase knowledge and share experiences by bringing together key players who are interested in the developments of military land systems from government, military, industry and academia. The seminar is an event for colleagues who work with defense and military projects to provide opinions, thoughts and predictions about the projects. More than 30 presentations were made at the event during six different sessions with the participation of more than 800 people, and 35 companies exhibited. During the seminar, the chapter’s booth was visited by a number of participants at the exhibition hall and a presentation was provided in the opening session to promote AFCEA International and Turkiye Chapter. Participants were also encouraged to become a member of AFCEA.

Event Photographs:

Participants take part in the opening ceremony of the 3rd Land Systems Seminar and Exposition in November.
Participants take part in the opening ceremony of the 3rd Land Systems Seminar and Exposition in November.
Members of the government, military, industry and academia mingle in the exhibition hall during the 3rd Land Systems Seminar and Exposition in November.
Members of the government, military, industry and academia mingle in the exhibition hall during the 3rd Land Systems Seminar and Exposition in November.
Col. I. Bora Buyukoner, TUA (Ret.) (l), chapter president and Mr. Haluk Bulucu, vice president, TOBB Defense Industry Council speak during the opening session of the chapter's seminar on land systems in November.
Col. I. Bora Buyukoner, TUA (Ret.) (l), chapter president and Mr. Haluk Bulucu, vice president, TOBB Defense Industry Council speak during the opening session of the chapter's seminar on land systems in November.

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