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AERO INDIA 2017

At Aero India we exhibited our world-leading capabilities in air power, aircraft, ground-based air defence and surveillance systems.

Giraffe family

In land-combat and asymmetric warfare situations, decisions and actions based on real-time information are critical. Sensors are important components in the information structure, providing control of the situation.

T-X

Saab and Boeing, two world-class aircraft manufacturers, are partnered to produce T-X – an all-new advanced pilot training system designed specifically for the U.S. Air Force and its training mission.

Our thinking edge

Wings of Change

Civil aviation opens up a world of possibilities, but also consumes too much fuel and emits greenhouse gas emissions. That needs to change. Saab has designed an aircraft wing panel that reduces wind resistance and cuts fuel consumption.

Create the Globe in 3D

Bringing you Vricon, the new Joint Venture between Saab and DigitalGlobe. By combining technologies, Vricon will be able to deliver the globe in 3D at a scale never before possible through highly accurate photorealistic 3D products and elevation data of the earth. 

News and press releases

Stories

  • Saab's A26 submarine is the most modern submarine programme on the planet. But earlier generations of Swedish submarines were already unique thanks to, among other things, a 200-year old discovery. The Stirling engine has undergone continuous development since its conception, and it is a major reason our submarines today are extremely quiet and vibration-free.

  • With the launch of GlobalEye just over a year ago and an order from the UAE for Saab’s Swing Role Surveillance System (SRSS), Ann Kullberg, Saab’s head of marketing within airborne surveillance, looks back at developments.

  • Cost-effective to operate and requiring minimal manning, very short range air defence (VSHORAD) systems fill the defence gaps left by longer range systems.

  • Saab's A26 submarine is the most modern submarine programme on the planet. But earlier generations of Swedish submarines were already unique thanks to, among other things, a 200-year old discovery. The Stirling engine has undergone continuous development since its conception, and it is a major reason our submarines today are extremely quiet and vibration-free.

  • With the launch of GlobalEye just over a year ago and an order from the UAE for Saab’s Swing Role Surveillance System (SRSS), Ann Kullberg, Saab’s head of marketing within airborne surveillance, looks back at developments.

  • Cost-effective to operate and requiring minimal manning, very short range air defence (VSHORAD) systems fill the defence gaps left by longer range systems.

Latest Saab tweet

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  • Saab AB
    27 February 2017
    7

    Mind the gap! This Gotland-class submarine is the first of two to be fitted with a brand new Stirling Mk3 engine. The submarine has been bisected and will be equipped with a new section housing the Stirling module. Would you like to know more? Keep reading! #saabinthesea

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  • Saab AB
    24 February 2017
    4

    Low level flying in a Saab 105 / SK 60 is something that all active pilots in the Swedish Air Force practice at flight school. Entering service as a trainer in 1967, SK 60 remains the system today’s Gripen and transport pilots use to learn the art of flying. The #Saabinthesky image of the week is taken by Tim Jansson. Keep tagging your Saab aircraft with #Saabinthesky and we’ll pick our favourites and share them in our social channels. With full photo credit to you of course. #aviation #avgeek #airforce #military

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