FNSS will be displaying the CAKA Remote Controlled Turret (RCT) system during IDEF 2021 to be held on 17-20 August. The turret will be exhibited on the Marine Assault Vehicle (MAV). FNSS developed the CAKA and MAV within the scope of Turkish Navy’s Marine Armoured Amphibious Vehicle Program that was started by the Turkish Presidency for Defence Industries (SSB) in 2017.
CAKA is developed to be the fire power of MAV, with its ability to carry a maximum load of ready-to-fire rounds and it also has a ballistic protection. CAKA, which stands out with its corrosion resistance and sealing at the highest level, can be used safely in all weather and sea conditions.
Compared to similar manned turrets in service around the world, CAKA offers various advantages with its; light weight, better protection for the gunner, target acquisition, reliability and accuracy. It also occupies less internal volume inside the vehicle.
CAKA is power operated and armed with a 12.7 mm (.50 Cal) heavy machine gun and a 40 mm Automatic Grenade Launcher (AGL). The remote turret can be easily integrated onto various manned and unmanned ground vehicles as well as naval surface vessels.