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ST Kinetics Defense Company from Singapore, the land systems division of ST Engineering, presents the latest development of its 155mm caliber Advanced Mobile Gun Systems (AMGS) project at Singapore AirShow 2018. The AMGS is a wheeled self-propelled howitzer mounting a 155mm/52 caliber gun system carried on an 8x8 military truck chassis.

At Singapore Airshow 2018, the local Company ST Kinetics, the land systems division of ST Engineering unveils its new weaponised UGV (Unmanned Ground Vehicle) fitted with ADDER remote weapon station armed with a 7.62mm machine gun. The Probot is based on the design of the Israeli Probot UGV developed and manufactured by the Israeli Company Roboteam.

At Singapore AirShow 2018, the German Defense Company KMW (Krauss-Maffei Wegmann), a subdivision of KNDS (KMW+Nexter Defense Systems) presents a new version of its 155mm Artillery Mobile Gun System (self-propelled howitzer) mounted on 8x8 military truck chassis. This new artillery vehicle seems to use the same turret as the DONAR, a tracked self-propelled howitzer also developed by KMW.

At Singapore Air Show 2018, ST Kinetics presents its full range of small weapons, as the CPW (Compact Personal Weapon), a multi-caliber submachine gun fully developed by the Defense Company ST Kinetics of Singapore as a PDW-class firearm. It's a cost-effective and compact sub-machine gun made of strong yet light engineering plastic and aluminum alloy.

ST Kinetics, the land systems subdivision of ST Engineering, an integrated defence & engineering group based in Singapore, unveils its new development of UGV Unmanned Ground Vehicle at Singapore AirShow 2018, with the Jaeger 6, a 6x6 wheeled All-Terrain UGV. Configurable for a wide range of missions, the Jaeger UGV can be used for a wide range of applications as fire support, logistics supply, reconnaissance surveillance and target acquisition.

At Singapore AirShow 2018, ST Engineering presents for the first time to the public, its Next Generation Armoured Fighting Vehicle (NGAFV). The vehicle was unveiled in May 2017 during a demonstration at the Army Open House of the Singapore Armed Forces. The vehicle is developed to replace the aged M113A2 tracked armoured personnel carriers (APC) currently in service with the Singapore army.