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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.

News and press releases

  • Defence and security company Saab has received a contract from Airbus Helicopters for the IDAS integrated electronic warfare self-protection systems for H225M Caracal multirole utility helicopters.

  • Defence and security company Saab has been awarded a contract to enhance security measures at strategic Australian Government facilities under a transformation project in response to increased threats.

  • Defence and security company Saab today completed a successful first flight of the next generation smart fighter, Gripen E.

  • The Canadian Great Lakes Pilotage Authority and the Great Lakes Pilotage Division of the United States Coast Guard have opened the 2017 shipping season using their upgraded Great Lakes Pilot Management System based on the latest version of Saab’s KleinPilot.

  • Defence and security company Saab has received a contract from Airbus Helicopters for the IDAS integrated electronic warfare self-protection systems for H225M Caracal multirole utility helicopters.

  • Defence and security company Saab has been awarded a contract to enhance security measures at strategic Australian Government facilities under a transformation project in response to increased threats.

  • Defence and security company Saab today completed a successful first flight of the next generation smart fighter, Gripen E.

  • The Canadian Great Lakes Pilotage Authority and the Great Lakes Pilotage Division of the United States Coast Guard have opened the 2017 shipping season using their upgraded Great Lakes Pilot Management System based on the latest version of Saab’s KleinPilot.

Stories

  • A Swedish Maritime Robotics Center (SMaRC) has been established to research and develop the underwater systems of tomorrow.  Kockums and Dynamics, together with key partners from the academic, industrial and public sector, will work together to advance technology within the business area of underwater systems. The benefits of interdisciplinary collaboration are many.    

  • With naval warfare rapidly evolving, today's armed forces need torpedoes that are both easy to control and highly adaptable.

  • With aerial threats rapidly evolving, Western nations are now addressing gaps in their ground-based air defence (GBAD).

  • A Swedish Maritime Robotics Center (SMaRC) has been established to research and develop the underwater systems of tomorrow.  Kockums and Dynamics, together with key partners from the academic, industrial and public sector, will work together to advance technology within the business area of underwater systems. The benefits of interdisciplinary collaboration are many.    

  • With naval warfare rapidly evolving, today's armed forces need torpedoes that are both easy to control and highly adaptable.

  • With aerial threats rapidly evolving, Western nations are now addressing gaps in their ground-based air defence (GBAD).

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  • Saab AB
    23 kesäkuuta 2017
    28

    The #Saabinthesky image of the week proudly presents three generations of Saab fighter aircraft. From left to right; the legendary Draken, the mighty Viggen to the multi-role fighter of today - Gripen. Photo courtesy of Jörgen Nilsson. Keep tagging your Saab aircraft with #Saabinthesky and we’ll pick our favourites and share them in our social media channels. With full photo credit to you of course.

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  • Saab AB
    22 kesäkuuta 2017
    39

    A great day to fly Gripen E again! Today Robin Nordlander piloted the second flight, which lasted for 68 minutes.

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