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Taiwan outlines 105mm wheeled combat vehicle progress

Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense (MND) has unveiled a new prototype of its long-running 8x8 wheeled combat vehicle development during a media event at...

Australian Army trials UGV live firing with EOS

The Australian Army’s Robotic and Autonomous Systems Implementation & Coordination Office (RICO) and Electro Optic Systems (EOS) have teamed up to demonstrate the long-range...
K2

Shielding Armour

Armour, while useful in attack, needs ways and means to stop it being taken out by the plethora or weapons in now faces. Asia possesses...
ST Engineering Eyeing Global IFV Market with New Terrex s5

ST Engineering Eyeing Global IFV Market with New Terrex s5

ST Engineering’s Terrex s5 8x8 Next-Generation Infantry Fighting Vehicle (NGIFV) is a dramatic upgrade over its predecessor, the Terrex 3. Speaking to AMR, company...
EOS in Australia

Counter-UAS Market Set for Steep Rise

The Ukraine war has revealed that C-UAS equipment must now be a fundamental part of any military force. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are now a...
8x8 Terrex infantry carrier

EOS wins continued RWS business in Southeast Asia

Canberra-based firm Electro Optic Systems (EOS) has secured a contract worth A$28 million to supply spares of its R600 remote weapon system (RWS) to...
Kasser II

Kasser II MRAP Shown for First Time in Asia

The International Golden Group from the UAE displayed a Kasser II Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected (MRAP) 4x4 vehicle at Defense & Security 2023. It was airlifted...
R400-M

Naval RWS, more than just UAS swatters

There is a growing need to add remote weapons stations onto naval vessels to counter a range of emerging threats such as unmanned and...
NASAMS

GBAD in Asia-Pacific

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has brought the need to protect their forces with ground based air defence into sharp perspective The importance of ground-based...
Titanis

Taking Out ‘The Toys’

The Asia Pacific industry has ‘changed up gears’ in providing solutions to counter UAS threats. The proliferation of affordable and readily available small unmanned aircraft...

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