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    From top-of-the-class in the United States to test pilot at Saab: Marcus Wandt is one of the chosen few whose job it is to get Gripen E ready for its maiden flight.

    From top-of-the-class in the United States to test pilot at Saab: Marcus Wandt is one of the chosen few whose job it is to get Gripen E ready for its maiden flight.

     
  • Defence and security company Saab and Ashok Leyland have joined hands to manufacture Truck Simulators in India under the Make in India concept. The two companies signed a teaming agreement in the end of 2015. The simulator is based in original Ashok Leyland cabin with Saab simulation technology integrated.

    Defence and security company Saab and Ashok Leyland have joined hands to manufacture Truck Simulators in India under the Make in India concept. The two companies signed a teaming agreement in the end of 2015. The simulator is based in original Ashok Leyland cabin with Saab simulation technology integrated.

     
  • FFV Ordnance, part of defence and security company Saab, celebrates 40 years of being in India by showcasing its new Carl-Gustaf M4 for the first time at a land defence exhibition in India at Defexpo 2016.

    FFV Ordnance, part of defence and security company Saab, celebrates 40 years of being in India by showcasing its new Carl-Gustaf M4 for the first time at a land defence exhibition in India at Defexpo 2016.

     
  • Four years ago Saab started a technology center collaboration with Tech Mahindra. The purpose of the Saab India Technology Center (SITC) is to provide research and development services for the business areas of Saab.

    Four years ago Saab started a technology center collaboration with Tech Mahindra. The purpose of the Saab India Technology Center (SITC) is to provide research and development services for the business areas of Saab.

     
  • Defence and security company Saab and Indian company Tata Power Strategic Engineering Division (Tata Power SED) have started the process of manufacturing Self-Protection Systems for Land-based Platforms, for the Indian market and for export to Saab’s global market. The partnership will also involve joint development of the next generation Self-Protection System.

    Defence and security company Saab and Indian company Tata Power Strategic Engineering Division (Tata Power SED) have started the process of manufacturing Self-Protection Systems for Land-based Platforms, for the Indian market and for export to Saab’s global market. The partnership will also involve joint development of the next generation Self-Protection System.

     
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