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Taiwan Showcases New Military Drones

Taiwan showcased its domestically produced military drones, calling them essential to its "asymmetric warfare" strategy. This will make its forces more agile if they face a much larger Chinese military.

Taiwan government military drone
Taiwan government military drone

Taiwan's Defense Efforts Boosted by Ukraine War

The war in Ukraine has given new urgency to Taiwan's military's efforts to improve its defense, including the development of drones.

National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology (NCSIST) Displays Drone Capabilities

In a rare display, the National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology (NCSIST), a military-owned institution, showed off its latest drone models, including the Albatross II surveillance drone and combat drones that operate with global positioning system satellites.

Taiwan's Military Partners with Companies for Drone Production

The military has announced a partnership with companies to produce 3,000 drones next year.

Asymmetric Warfare to Make Taiwan's Forces More Mobile

President Tsai Ing-wen has supported the idea of "asymmetric warfare" to make Taiwan's forces more mobile and harder to attack.

China's Military Capacity with Drones Rapidly Building

According to Taiwan's defense ministry, China is quickly building its combat capacity with drones, including swarms of flying robots.

Taiwan's Focus on Developing Combat and Surveillance Drones

In response, Taiwan will focus on developing its combat and surveillance drones and anti-drone systems.