The UAE requested the large rocket artillery battery on one vehicle since its military is phasing out the older, BM-21 Grads, 122 mm multiple rocket launcher.
Jobaria, a Multiple Cradle Launcher (MCL), was developed by Turkey's Roketsan for the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Perhaps, the missile system may find a new home in the Saudi-led alliance against Yemeni people.
The system, considered the world's strongest 122-millimeter artillery rocket system, has four rocket launchers attached to a 10-wheeled semitrailer, each carrying a 122-milimeter rocket.
This artillery rocket system can fire 240 rockets at targets with a maximum range of around 37 kilometers (23 miles). The rockets can destroy an area of four square kilometers.
Last year Aselsan, Turkey's leading war industry company, had revenues of $1.4 billion, up from $1.2 billion in 2016. It is active in military and civil telecommunications, radar, electronic warfare, defense, weapons, and command and control and navigation systems.