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DTI Delivers Black Widow Spider 8×8 to Royal Thai Army for...

Thailand’s Defence Technology Institute (DTI) has delivered in early Jul a DTI Black Widow Spider 8×8 (BWS 8×8) Wheeled Armoured Combat Vehicle to the Royal Thai...
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Ascent Vision Technologies Secures CUAS Contract with Key Thailand Defense Agency

Ascent Vision Technologies (AVT) has received a contract from the Defence Technology Institute (DTI) of Thailand for its field-proven eXpeditionary Mobile Air Defense Integrated...
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Thailand moves ahead with indigenous AFV development

Locally built armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) look set to feature more prominently in future acquisition programmes for the Thai military, thanks to years of...
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National Defence Industry set for Multiple Sector Growth

Interview with Director-General of Defence Technology Institute, Air Chief Marshal Preecha Pradabmook (PhD). The Defence Technology Institute (DTI) is the primary defence research and development...
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Thailand’s Defence Technology Institute to digitalise Armed Forces’ capabilities

The digital revolution has opened up a world of possibilities for armies by allowing them to use the best technology to outsmart opponents. Precise...
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Armoured Combat Vehicles (ACVs) have been given considerable attention by armies in the Asia-Pacific over the last few years. Major efforts have been taken,...
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Thailand DTI rolls out new amphibious APC

Thailand’s Defence Technology Institute (DTI) has unveiled its latest 8x8 Amphibious Armoured Personnel Carrier (AAPC) which it is developing specifically to meet the requirements...
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Thailand plans joint arms factory with China

The defence technology agency plans to set up a joint centre with China to produce and maintain military equipment in the latest sign of...
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Thai DTI shows its UAV Research results

Thailand’s Armed Forces recognise the tactical and strategic importance of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and several indigenous designs are on display at Defense &...

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