Truly intelligent interfaces About our solutions for naval forces.

State-of-the-art capabilities

The RBS15 Mk3 allows for true fire-and forget operability in all weather conditions, thanks to its advanced prelaunch programmable active radar seeker.

An Engine for the future

All that the Stirling engine needs is heat and it does not matter how the heat is produced. It can come from sun radiation or from anything that burns: oil, diesel, petrol or gas.


To truly ensure territorial integrity and security in today’s complex environments, airborne surveillance is crucial. So too is extended range coupled with the ability to detect low-observable air, sea and ground objects. With the new GlobalEye AEW&C solution, you get it all.

Our thinking edge

Finding the needle in the haystack

Looking for threats can be like looking for a needle in a haystack. So how do modern radars deal with stealth, birds and jamming?

Really advanced dinner logistics

More than ninety per cent of the goods transports in the world are shipped. That means that many of the things on our dinner tables, in our homes and in our workplaces arrived by boat. And perhaps these were offloaded in a port near you.

News and press releases


Latest Saab tweet


  • Saab AB
    16 October 2017

    We’ve launched a new product website for our RBS15 family where you can follow the missile on its journey to the target. Check it out 👉

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  • Saab AB
    13 October 2017

    The #Saabinthesky image of the week proudly presents the Lansen. When the Saab J 32B Lansen entered service in 1959 it was the first all-weather fighter in the Swedish Air Force. With a newly developed advanced radar and fire control system, the pilot could engage enemy aircraft without having visual contact. Photo courtesy of instagram user snk_se

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