20 JANUARI 2016
DTI-1G guided MLRS (photos : DTI)
Royal Thai Army put its new DTI-1G guided MLRS and ATMOS 2000 self-propelled artillery system during the Royal Thai Armed Force Day ceremony.
DTI-1G is the guided version and has a firing range of 150 km developed by Defense Technology Institute or DTI. DTI also producing the DTI-2 for use with Chinese-made SR4.
Also on the display is ATMOS 2000 in which RTA ordered 18 systems.
DTI-2 is a 122 mm MLRS. Ground rocket launcher and warheads are DTI’s own copyright to make the Army can produce missile in the country.
DTI-1G guided MLRS
DTI-1G is the guided version and has a firing range of 150 km developed by Defense Technology Institute or DTI.
The DTI-1G uses Beidou Navigation System, according to the report. The satellite system can ensure an accuracy to within 50 meters of their target. (pantip.com)
Thailand has successfully tested its DTI-1G rocket. This rocket is an improved version with guidance. The DTI-1G is a multiple rocket launcher of Thai origin. The weapon is a derivative of the WS-32.
The DTI-1G is a 300mm MLRS (Multiple Launch Rocket System) which integrates advanced technology of guidance and control system to increase accuracy of the rockets. The rockets launcher system is mounted at the rear of a 8×8 truck chassis with four tubes in two lines. The DTI-1G has a firing range from 60 to 150 km.
The DTI-1 series of rockets is a version of the Chinese WS-1. The latest variant has a reported range of 150km.