PROVIDING UNRIVALED ACCESS TO THE ASIA-PACIFIC ARMOURED VEHICLES MARKET
Asia-Pacific - seen by most analysts as driving the future of the armoured vehicles market over the next ten years – the 10th annual Armoured Vehicles Asia conference will take place in Jakarta, Indonesia
Rapid growth of the Asia-Pacific market can be attributed to the increasing indigenous R&D activities undertaken to develop advanced designs of hybrid armored vehicles for enhanced border and maritime patrolling or ISR functions. Threats of cross-border terrorism, growing economies and subsequent increased military expenditures are driving demand for light or medium-sized armored vehicles.
Tailored to local challenges, the conference 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.
2019 Speakers Include:
Principal Staff Office
Bangladesh Armed Forces
Division Commander, Mechanized Infantry Division (MID),
Commander, Peacekeeping Maintenance Missions Center (PMPP TNI),
(Royal Armoured Corps) Inspector General, Army Inspectorate Division
Malaysian Army HQ
(Royal Armoured Corps), SO1 Technical, Department Of Research And Evaluation,
Malaysian Army HQ
Director Mechanical & Aerospace Technology Division (STRIDE)
Malaysia Ministry of Defence
Director of Armoured Vehicle Project Team, Defence Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA)
Republic of Korea
Asia Pacific Defence Industry Analyst
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