Armoured Vehicles Asia 2019 arrives at a time when the APAC region is seeing a substantial rise in activity related to the acquisition and development of light and medium-sized armoured vehicles, with most analysts predicting the region to be the epicentre of the global armoured vehicles market over the next ten years.
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Ahead of this year’s Armoured Vehicles Asia Conference, Defence IQ compiled a comprehensive report highlighting active ongoing programmes and key requirements in the Armoured Vehicle space in the region, as militaries invest in solutions and adapt to the modern battlefield against a wide array of threats and challenges. Rapid growth of the region’s market can be attributed to increasing indigenous R&D activities in order to develop advanced designs of hybrid armoured vehicles for missions such as enhanced border, maritime patrolling and ISR. The report offers insights into the activity of nations that will be present at the Armoured Vehicles Asia conference, such as:
- Bangladesh – procurement of 680 new Light Armoured Vehicles for a total value of US$1 billion
- India – update on the Future Infantry Combat Vehicle competition that is valued at US$15 billion
- Indonesia – update on recent deliveries and current capabilities of the Army
- Malaysia – delivery of the Armoured Engineer Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle version of the AV-8 Wheeled Armoured Vehicle
- Republic of Korea – production of 100 6x6 KW1 and 500 8x8 wheeled armoured vehicles by 2023
- Thailand – deliveries of NORINCO ZBL-09 Snow LEOPARD APC under a US$1.6 million contract, expected to be completed in 2020
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Key benefits of downloading the report:
- Know top acquisition priorities from countries that will be present at Armoured Vehicles Asia
- Develop business strategies by meeting the right people from countries having active programmes and key requirements at Armoured Vehicles Asia
- Gain insights into investment trends from your peers
Other countries present in this report include:
- New Zealand
Tailored to local challenges, Armoured Vehicles Asia will provide a platform for the discussion of armoured vehicle deployment, procurement, cooperation, and sustainment within the Asia-Pacific - attracting commanders of mechanised and armoured infantry, acquisition specialists and security experts from across the region. You can view the full conference agenda here.
Armoured Vehicles Asia offers unique access to the APAC armoured vehicle market, providing you with the network and information you need to deliver your offering. Both Defence IQ and The Kingdom of Thailand welcome you to this prestigious regional meeting, and the foremost regional platform for the discussion of armoured vehicle deployment, procurement, cooperation, and sustainment.
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Created ahead of Armoured Vehicles Asia 2018, this complimentary report provides information on procurement and modernisation programmes from APAC countries, such as:
- Thailand’s 8x8 Amphibious Armoured Personnel Carrier project intended for the Royal Thai Marine Corps
- Australia’s Land 400 Phase 3 project
- New Zealand’s Protected Mobility Capability Project
- The Philippine Army’s plans to upgrade 44 of 114 M113A2s received from the U.S.
- Republic of Korea’s acquisition of 600 wheeled armoured vehicles
Hear from LTCOL Chris McKendry and LTCOL Garratt Plunkett from the Australian Government Depart of Defence who previously delivered this insightful presentation on Combined Arms Fighting Systems and Land 400.
This presentation explores what Land 400 and how legacy and new equipment will be integrated together in various phases. This also explores further where these capabilities fit in including a process timeline, testing and evaluation results for the new phase.
LAND 400 is the biggest and most expensive acquisition project in the Australian Army’s history, the programme will transform the Army’s Armoured Fighting Vehicle capability, providing support for decades into the future. Defence IQ sat down with Lt Col Chris Mckendry, Land 400 Project ManagerTest & Evaluation to discuss his thoughts on the driving forces behind the programme.