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For more than 30 years, Saab has supplied the Malaysian Armed Forces with high performance and cost effective defence systems, including radars for naval and air defence, airborne self-protection for fighters, naval command and control systems and ground combat weapons.

 

Whatever the challenge, Saab delivers innovative, effective products and solutions that enhance your capabilities and give your forces the edge.

 

At LIMA 2017 Saab will be present with chalets at both the Aerospace and Maritime sites, where you are welcome to visit a display area to learn more about our key products and solutions.

LIVE DEMONSTRATION OF SEA WASP

Down by the waterfront at the Maritime site, Saab will have live demonstrations of our latest generation Remotely Operated Vehicle – the Sea Wasp. The system is designed for safe localisation, identification and neutralization of IEDs, specifically in the confined areas and challenging environmental conditions of ports and harbours.

 

During the approximately 20 minutes display some of the key features of the Sea Wasp will be demonstrated, including its manoeuvrability, integrated tooling and functions such as manipulators, waypoint navigation, obstacle avoidance, sonar and cameras.

 

Attend the live demonstration to learn all about the capabilities of the Sea Wasp, daily from Wednesday, 22 March.

 

For exact timings, please check the agenda.

Agenda

  • 21 MAR
  • 22 MAR
  • 23 MAR
  • 24 MAR
  • 25 MAR
  • What to experience at
    LIMA

    March 21

    Agenda (UTC +08:00)
    • 10:00

      EXHIBITION OPENS

      Saab welcomes delegations and visitors to the Saab chalets

    • 12:00

      AERIAL DISPLAY

      Gripen from the Royal Thai Air Force will participate

    • 15:30

      MARITIME SEGMENT
      GRACING CEREMONIES
      AND VIP DEMONSTRATIONS

      Saab participates with the Sea Wasp ROV system

  • What to experience at
    LIMA

    March 22

    Agenda (UTC +08:00)
    • 10:00

      EXHIBITION OPENS

      Saab welcomes delegations and visitors to the Saab chalets

    • 12:30

      AERIAL DISPLAY

      Gripen from the Royal Thai Air Force will participate

    • 13:00

      Live demonstration
      Maritime site

      Sea Wasp ROV system

    • 15:00

      Media briefing
      SAAB AEROSPACE CHALET

      Saab Air Power Capabilities For Malaysia

    • 15:30

      Live demonstration
      Maritime site

      Sea Wasp ROV system

  • What to experience at
    LIMA

    March 23

    Agenda (UTC +08:00)
    • 10:00

      EXHIBITION OPENS

      Saab welcomes delegations and visitors to the Saab chalets

    • 10:30

      Media briefing
      SAAB MARITIME CHALET

      Saab Sea Power Capabilities For Malaysia

    • 12:30

      AERIAL DISPLAY

      Gripen from the Royal Thai Air Force will participate

    • 13:00

      Live demonstration
      Maritime site

      Sea Wasp ROV system

    • 15:30

      Live demonstration
      Maritime site

      Sea Wasp ROV system

  • What to experience at
    LIMA

    March 24

    Agenda (UTC +08:00)
    • 10:00

      AERIAL DISPLAY

      Gripen from the Royal Thai Air Force will participate

    • 13:00

      Live demonstration
      Maritime site

      Sea Wasp ROV system

    • 14:30

      AERIAL DISPLAY

      Gripen from the Royal Thai Air Force will participate

    • 15:30

      Live demonstration
      Maritime site

      Sea Wasp ROV system

  • What to experience at
    LIMA

    March 25

    Agenda (UTC +08:00)
    • 13:00

      Live demonstration
      Maritime site

      Sea Wasp ROV system

Latest News & Stories

  • With navies around the world upgrading their submarine programs, effective anti-submarine warfare measures are also needed. Saab’s AUV62-AT acoustic target provides a flexible and cost-effective way of training crews, without the need for an actual submarine.

  • In 2016, Swedish defence and security company Saab presented its newly developed Remotely Operated Vehicle, Sea Wasp, at the Navy League´s Sea-Air-Space Exposition in National Harbor, Maryland, USA. The vehicle, ground-breaking in many ways, is designed to replicate what the Land EOD Robot does; but in the confined areas and challenging environmental conditions of ports and harbors. A much needed capability for nations worldwide today.

  • The GlobalEye solution the UAE purchased from Saab in 2016 as its Swing Role Surveillance System represents the very high end of the spectrum of airborne surveillance and AEW&C solutions. Saab’s Erieye AEW&C solutions are in operation in eight countries, making it the world’s most widely used system of its kind.

  • It has recently been estimated that the number of operational submarines in the Asia Pacific region will be around 130 vessels by 2020. Piracy attacks continue to increase with 68% of the 134 piracy incidents reported worldwide in the first six months of 2015 occurring in South-East Asia.

  • With a new weapons system, enhanced protection for the pilot and longer service intervals MS20 gives a real boost to the entire Gripen platform.

  • Ahead of LIMA 2017, Thomas Linden, Vice President, Head of Saab Malaysia, elaborates on Saab’s plans for this major aerospace and maritime show, and explains how Saab continues to cooperate closely with the Malaysian defence industry.

  • For every maritime nation, information gathering, surveillance and sea control along every coastline has never been more important. Today the centre of gravity for naval operations has shifted away from the deep, open oceans to the shallower but far more complex littoral zones just over the horizon.

  • Naval forces and maritime organizations require a control and command system that gives them the upper hand and meets all operational needs – regardless of the size of the vessel.

  • Navies and coast guards are facing new challenges and emphasis is shifting towards littoral operations and self-defence capabilities. In areas with intense maritime traffic, coast guards need to be prepared for threats such as missiles, helicopters and unmanned aircraft systems that are not only becoming faster but also smaller.

  • In addition to a daily responsibility to maintain national sovereignty, navies all over the world are undertaking an ever-increasing number of international assignments. This places new demands on technology and the need to communicate.

  • Dan Enstedt, President and CEO, Saab Asia-Pacific, highlights Sweden’s long relationship with Malaysia, and how Saab is an ideal partner for the Malaysian defence industry to keep the nation secure and prosperous.

  • How can airborne platforms avoid attack in hostile environments? In order to avoid becoming a target, it is crucial to keep track of every type signal out there. Saab provides complete solutions allowing exceptional situational awareness to keep people and equipment safe.

  • Cheap and often produced in large numbers, sea mines are one of the major hazards facing modern navies. A toolbox of different solutions is needed to neutralise the wide range of mines being deployed.

  • With navies around the world upgrading their submarine programs, effective anti-submarine warfare measures are also needed. Saab’s AUV62-AT acoustic target provides a flexible and cost-effective way of training crews, without the need for an actual submarine.

  • In 2016, Swedish defence and security company Saab presented its newly developed Remotely Operated Vehicle, Sea Wasp, at the Navy League´s Sea-Air-Space Exposition in National Harbor, Maryland, USA. The vehicle, ground-breaking in many ways, is designed to replicate what the Land EOD Robot does; but in the confined areas and challenging environmental conditions of ports and harbors. A much needed capability for nations worldwide today.

  • The GlobalEye solution the UAE purchased from Saab in 2016 as its Swing Role Surveillance System represents the very high end of the spectrum of airborne surveillance and AEW&C solutions. Saab’s Erieye AEW&C solutions are in operation in eight countries, making it the world’s most widely used system of its kind.

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Photo credit: Richard Cooper @COAPPhoto

Photo credit: Richard Cooper @COAPPhoto

Photo credit: Richard Cooper @COAPPhoto

Photo credit: Richard Cooper @COAPPhoto

Photo credit: Richard Cooper @COAPPhoto

Photo credit: Richard Cooper @COAPPhoto

Photo credit: Richard Cooper @COAPPhoto

Photo credit: Richard Cooper @COAPPhoto

Photo credit: Richard Cooper @COAPPhoto

Photo credit: Richard Cooper @COAPPhoto

Photo credit: Richard Cooper @COAPPhoto

Photo credit: Richard Cooper @COAPPhoto

Admiral Tan Sri Kamarulzaman, Chief of Navy, and Rear Admiral Dato’ Khairuddin, Royal Malaysian Navy

Admiral Dato' Sri Hj Ahmad Puzi, Director General of Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency

Admiral Tan Sri Ahmad Kamarulzaman, Chief of Royal Malaysian Navy

The Malaysian Defence Minister meets the RTAF Gripen display team at LIMA

Cdr Zaidi Ibrahim, Royal Malaysian Navy, is operating the Sea Wasp

The Defence Minister’s children are checking out the Sea Wasp

The Defence Minister is taking a tour around the Maritime site

1st Admiral Zulkarnain, MMEA Northern Region, and Dato’ Rahman, Deputy Director General MMEA

Chief of Air Force, Sri Lanka

Having fun flying Gripen in Virtual Reality

Mission accomplished!
Sea Wasp after participating in the official Maritime Segment Gracing Ceremony

The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) OPV Program office is getting a presentation of the TactiCall system

Air Chief Marshal Surasak Toongtong, RTAF

The Saab media briefing was well attended

Chief of Staff, Sri Lanka Navy

The wives of Chief of Navy, Deputy Chief of Navy and the Fleet Eastern Command of Malaysia is getting a presentation of Saab’s naval solutions

Students from a Malaysian defence university is visiting the Maritime chalet

Cdr (Reserved) Lee Chong Wei, Royal Malaysian Navy, and world top ranked professional badminton player is visiting

Sea Wasp participates in the official Maritime Segment Gracing Ceremony

Gripen from the Royal Thai Air Force has arrived

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CONTACTS & PRESS KITS

Robert Hewson

Head of Communication Asia Pacific

Press Officer LIMA 2017

Email

 

Link to press kits

Irene Liander

Communication Manager Asia Pacific

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Products on display

Gripen

GlobalEye

Swordfish MPA

SAAB 340 MSA

A26 Submarine

Sea Wasp

AUV62-MR

AUV62-AT

Saab Naval Combat System

Visby Class Corvette

FLEXPatrol

9LV CS

Sea Giraffe 1x

Sea Giraffe 4A

RBS15

Tacticall

CEROS 200

EOS 500

Trackfire

9Air Compact C2

IDAS

CIDAS

CAMPS

SIGINT

ESTL