National Defense


Government Official Identification Card System, Pension Fund Division, Royal Thai Army

BY cdt

In a dynamic partnership with the Royal Thai Army, CDG Group pioneers the development of an advanced Army Civil Servant Identification Card System, powered by cutting-edge card printing technology. This innovative system ensures unparalleled speed and accuracy in card preparation, elevating efficiency to new heights. With its continuous data storage and updating capabilities, this system serves as a cornerstone for creating a comprehensive database for military service registration, harnessing the vital information captured within the civil servant's identity card. Embracing an efficient management system, it effectively tackles the challenge of duplicate records, particularly during the transfer, promotion, and retirement of civil servants.

The National Continuously Operating Reference Stations (CORS) Data Center, the Royal Thai Survey Department

BY esri, gisc

CDG Group, in collaboration with the Royal Thai Survey Department under the Royal Thai Armed Forces Headquarters, has established the National CORS Data Center. The primary objective of this center is to integrate coordinate reference data from the nationwide GNSS CORS network, which comprises over 250 stations, into a unified and standardized framework, providing continuous accessibility 24/7. This ensures precise and reliable satellite-based coordinate positioning measurements, playing a critical role in promoting competitiveness, supporting economic development, and safeguarding national security and stability. The services include: Network Real-Time Kinematics (RTK) surveying service. Satellite data service for continuous navigation of the coordinate reference station. (Continuously Operating Reference Stations: CORS), in RINEX file format. Post-processing service. These services have diverse applications across various sectors, including surveying for mapping and geoinformatics, land and cadastral surveying, engineering and construction (e.g., i-Construction), disaster management and mitigation, water resource management and planning, transportation and autonomous systems (e.g., autonomous cars and drones), high-speed railway systems, smart farming and precision agriculture, weather research, as well as national security and defense-related activities.

GNSS Automatic Network, the Royal Thai Survey Department of the Royal Thai Armed Forces Headquarters

BY gisc

In collaboration with the Royal Thai Survey Department under the Royal Thai Armed Forces Headquarters, the CDG Group has successfully implemented an automated Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) network. This ambitious initiative involved constructing and installing a network of Continuously Operating Reference Stations (CORS) to provide highly accurate and precise coordinate measurements in both horizontal and vertical dimensions. With comprehensive coverage of 80 strategically positioned stations across Thailand, the data collected from this network has been utilized in various sectors, including surveying systems development, land and elevation surveys, natural disaster assessment and prevention, precision agriculture, transportation, research and development planning, and monitoring of tectonic plate movements. Through this project, Thailand has elevated its surveying capabilities to international standards, ensuring accurate and efficient operations while significantly reducing costs.

Procurement and Implementation of Tools for Automated Mapping, the Royal Thai Survey Department

BY esri, gisc

CDG Group and the Royal Thai Survey Department, under the Royal Thai Armed Forces Headquarters, have collaborated to implement advanced tools for producing topographic maps in Thailand. These maps are available at scales of 1:50,000 and serve as the primary basemaps in the L7018 (WGS 84) series. They also include a 1:250,000 scale for the Joint Operations Graphic (Ground) and are integrated into a basemap collection stored in a Topographic Data Store (TDS). Furthermore, the personnel of the Royal Thai Survey Department have received comprehensive training in map database management, aerial triangulation adjustment, photogrammetric techniques, and map quality control. This training equips them with the necessary skills to effectively utilize Automated Mapping tools during on-site surveys and field data collection. As a result, they can produce accurate printed and digital maps that serve as essential primary basemaps. These maps can be utilized accurately and efficiently by government agencies, private organizations, and the general public in accordance with established map production standards.