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Armoured Vehicles Asia 2018 Brochure

Armoured Vehicles Asia 2018 Brochure

AV Asia 2018 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 armored vehicles, with most analysts predicting the region to be epicentre of the global armoured vehicles market over the next ten years. Please download our 2018 full event guide to find out more about what to expect from this year's event.


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Providing Capability Today and into the Future

Providing Capability Today and into the Future

At the 2016 event The United States Army’s Tank Automotive Research Development Engineering Center (TARDEC) gave this presentation on Providing Capability Today and into the Future, take a look at this presentation to give you an idea of what to expect at the 2018 event.

Market update: Armoured Vehicles in Asia

Market update: Armoured Vehicles in Asia

Ahead of Armoured Vehicles Asia 2018, this complementary 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
Download the 2018 Sponsorship Guide

Download the 2018 Sponsorship Guide

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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Past Presentation: Land Systems Division Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group

Past Presentation: Land Systems Division Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group

Last year at AV Asia LTCOL Chris McKendry and LTCOL Garratt Plunkett from the Australian Government Depart of Defence delivered an 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. 

Republic of Korea: Defence Acquisition Strategy: Armoured Vehicles

Republic of Korea: Defence Acquisition Strategy: Armoured Vehicles

The 2016 iteration of Defence IQ’s annual Armoured Vehicles Asia event will be taking place in Seoul this October – and for good reason. South Korea is paying close attention to persistent military developments north of the border and various territorial and diplomatic tensions in the Asia-Pacific region. As such, heavy investment and innovation is taking place on indigenous technologies - including armoured vehicles - to maintain the country's economic boom. Read more on the acquisition structure, export developments and the vehicles entering ROK service over the coming years.

Armoured Vehicles Inventory & Future Requirements - Asia Pacific

Armoured Vehicles Inventory & Future Requirements - Asia Pacific

This easy to view, interactive Prezi presentation details vehicle inventories for the Asia Pacific region. We hope the information enclosed can help readers garner a greater understanding of the current situation for end-users.

Map: Asia-Pacific Armoured Vehicles Inventories & Developments 2016

Map: Asia-Pacific Armoured Vehicles Inventories & Developments 2016

View this interactive overview of regional armoured vehicle inventories and requirements by navigating the map and clicking on the nations and elements of interest to you. Information includes updates on the geopolitical/industrial strategic situations of individual countries, future investment plans, and the existing stocks of main battle tanks, armoured personnel carriers, armoured cars, and more. This map is designed to give delegates to the Armoured Vehicles Asia conference a baseline understanding of the prospects and pressures of the region, as well as a look at some of the keynote speakers on this year's panel...

Armoured Vehicles Asia: Report 2015-2016

Armoured Vehicles Asia: Report 2015-2016

Military expenditure in Asia hit $439bn last year, an increase of over 5 percent, according to figures from SIPRI. Almost half of that is accounted for by China ($216bn), which boosted its spending by 9.7 percent. It follows a clear trend of increased military expenditure in the region; Vietnam boosted its budget by 9.6 percent, as did Australia by 6.7 percent, followed by South Korea’s 2.3 percent rise and India’s 1.8 percent. Indeed, aside from China’s rapid increase in spending in recent years, both Vietnam and Cambodia have more than doubled their military spend over the last decade.

Read this report to find out the latest regional movements and future plans...

Land 400: Insights from Lt Col Chris Mckendry

Land 400: Insights from Lt Col Chris Mckendry

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.