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  • 2017

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  • NTB Graduate supporting USV research

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    Naval Technical Bureau engineer, Lachlan Butt is assisting Saab Australia’s Centre of Excellence for Unmanned Surface Vessels in modelling Unmanned Surface Vessels under fault and failure conditions and identifying ways to autonomously recover so as to improve safety.

    Naval Technical Bureau engineer, Lachlan Butt is assisting Saab Australia’s Centre of Excellence for Unmanned Surface Vessels in modelling Unmanned Surface Vessels under fault and failure conditions and identifying ways to autonomously recover so as to improve safety.

     
  • Already promising Defence vital sovereign control, the selection of Saab Australia to develop and integrate the Royal Australian Navy’s (RAN) Future Frigates’ combat management system (CMS) could also deliver unprecedented local industry growth.

     
  • Remote Tower solutions infographic

    The Swedish Air Navigation Service Provider (LFV) and Saab were the first in the world to put remote air traffic control towers into operation. After ten years’ development work this innovative system is now going international.

    With Australia once again looking for ways to reduce Air Traffic Control costs its timely to remember that the Swedish Air Navigation Service Provider (LFV) and Saab were the first in the world to put remote air traffic control towers into operation. After ten years’ development work this innovative system is now going international.

     
  • Community care initiative 2016

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    Cheques are in the mail for three not-for-profit organisations chosen to receive support from our 2016 Community Care program.

    Cheques are in the mail for three not-for-profit organisations chosen to receive support from our 2016 Community Care program.

     
  • 2016

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  • Saab Australia has signed an agreement with the Indigenous Defence Consortium (IDC), led by AFL legend Adam Goodes, to connect Indigenous owned businesses with the defence sector, promoting employment, business and learning opportunities.

    Saab Australia has signed an agreement with the Indigenous Defence Consortium (IDC), led by AFL legend Adam Goodes, to connect Indigenous owned businesses with the defence sector, promoting employment, business and learning opportunities.

     
  • Defence and security company Saab has created a ‘mixed reality’ application that will support the Royal Australian Air Force’s transformation to a 5th generation fighting force.

    The mixed reality visualisation system was developed by Saab Australia to help the Royal Australian Air Force explore complex problems and ultimately reach better solutions sooner then using legacy decision support and planning tools.

     
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  • Second Victorian Prison

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    The fourth major prison installation of Saab Australia's OneView in Victoria's Marngoneet Correctional Centre is partially live with full completion expected within weeks. 

     
  • UK police embrace Saab technology

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    Saab has been chosen to deliver another UK control room and mobile data solution for the West Mercia and Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioners to be mission-ready in 2017. 

    Saab has been chosen to deliver another UK control room and mobile data solution for the West Mercia and Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioners to be mission-ready in 2017. The six year contract is based on the framework created by the Cheshire Constabulary in December 2015. Cheshire was the first UK force to adopt SAFE, making it the leading unified solution for public safety control rooms.

     
  • New OneView interfaces

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    Secure facility managers and electronic security system providers are set to gain greater flexibility and freedom as two new standard interfaces are added to Saab’s OneView security surveillance and facility management platform.

     
  • Australian warship agreement

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    ​Saab Australia receives its first maintenance order under a new Warship Asset Management Agreement (WAMA) signed with the Australian Government last week. 

    ​Saab Australia receives its first maintenance order under a new Warship Asset Management Agreement (WAMA) signed with the Australian Government last week. 

     
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