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  • Careers to be made in cyber security

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    Australia’s first defence cyber security challenge gave its 300-plus challengers exposure to a growing industry facing a global skills shortage.

    Australia’s first defence cyber security challenge gave its 300-plus challengers exposure to a growing industry facing a global skills shortage.

     
  • Protecting the marine environment around the Great Barrier Reef is a huge task. Here’s how we do our bit with the vessel traffic management information system (VTMIS).

    As one of the wonders of the natural world, many consider the Great Barrier Reef one of the Earth’s most beautiful places. The marine environment in the area is extremely sensitive and with around 4000 commercial vessels passing every year, it is important for the vessel services operators working onshore to keep track of the traffic at all times. That’s where Saab comes in.

     
  • Eager young students from local primary school, Parafield Gardens R-7 are venturing into the realms of space to solve a first world problem—landfill.

    With support from Saab Australia engineers, eager young students from Parafield Gardens R-7 are venturing into the realms of space to solve a first world problem—landfill.

     
  • Saab’s Swordfish maritime patrol aircraft will feature on Saab Australia’s exhibition stand at Pacific 2017 in Sydney next month to highlight its C4ISR capabilities, combat roles and missions for the Asia Pacific region.

    Saab’s Swordfish maritime patrol aircraft will feature on Saab Australia’s exhibition stand at Pacific 2017 in Sydney next month to highlight its C4ISR capabilities, combat roles and missions for the Asia Pacific region.

     
  • Every navy’s daily responsibility is to maintain national sovereignty while meeting a growing number of international assignments. This places new demands on technology and communication. Imagine being on a military mission far out at sea and finding yourself in a life threatening situation with a desperate need to communicate.

    Every navy’s daily responsibility is to maintain national sovereignty while meeting a growing number of international assignments. This places new demands on technology and communication. Imagine being on a military mission far out at sea and finding yourself in a life threatening situation with a desperate need to communicate.

     
  • Saab’s latest anti-ship missile, the RBS15 Mk3, is uniquely adapted to the challenging environment of the littorals; able to engage targets with precision, over long distances and in a cluttered battlespace.

    See Saab’s latest anti-ship missile, the RBS15 Mk3 at Pacific 2017. The RBS-15 is uniquely adapted to the challenging environment of the littorals; able to engage targets with precision, over long distances and in a cluttered battlespace.

     
  • Unmanned, versatile and mission ready

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    With a heavy-fuel engine and ViDAR radar, the Skeldar V-200 MTUA offers unmatched benefits to Australia’s future offshore patrol vessels.

    With a heavy-fuel engine and ViDAR radar, the Skeldar V-200 MTUA offers unmatched benefits to Australia’s future offshore patrol vessels.

     
  • Saab Australia will feature its exciting mixed reality development experience as part of its naval defence demonstrations on show at Pacific 2017 3-5 October in Sydney.

    Saab Australia will feature its exciting mixed reality development experience as part of its naval defence demonstrations on show at Pacific 2017 3-5 October in Sydney.

     
  • A lethal combat system is essential to achieving Navy’s mission to fight and win at sea. At the heart of the combat system is the combat management system (CMS) which integrates sensor information and provides situational awareness to the war fighter. In today’s environment this technology must be flexible and adaptable to enable rapid integration of new technologies to meet evolving threats.

    A lethal combat system is essential to achieving Navy’s mission to fight and win at sea. At the heart of the combat system is the combat management system (CMS) which integrates sensor information and provides situational awareness to the war fighter. In today’s environment this technology must be flexible and adaptable to enable rapid integration of new technologies to meet evolving threats.

     
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  • Pacific 2017

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    Defence and security company Saab will have its latest technologically advanced and innovative solutions in naval systems on show at the Pacific 2017 exhibition in Sydney 3-5 October 2015.

    Defence and security company Saab will display its latest technologically advanced and innovative solutions in naval systems at the Pacific 2017 exhibition in Australia 3-5 October 2017. Saab’s naval showcase will feature at stand 1H10 in Hall 1 at the International Convention Centre, Sydney.

     
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