Iran unveils 7 newly-developed defense systems

February 8, 2016 - 0:0

TEHRAN - Iran unveiled seven national defense projects in a ceremony attended by Defense Minister Hossein Dehghan on Sunday.

Noteworthy among the unveiled items was a hydrography craft which is one of the most advanced hydrography systems used to collect data in low-altitude areas, estuary, gulfs, ponds and quagmires and is capable of meeting needs of military and non-military organizations.

This system is also able to collect data on strategic and sensitive points and facilitates and can also find access to impassable naval places.

The defense minister said the remote-controlled craft is fitted with data-transfer system and can set global position, transfer images and measure depth.

Another outstanding project unveiled was a logistic plan for development of Makran coasts, southern Iran.

Iran also launched a new generation of production line of electronic naval map and flow measurement equipment, magnetic and naval systems.

According to Dehghan, that electronic maps are capable of covering information of old maps and is compatible with advanced electronic devices.