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  • 2016

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  • Radars at the forefront

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    Saab’s Giraffe family of surface radars offers a wide range of land and naval radar solutions for ground based air defence and surveillance. Giraffe radars have protected nations and forces for decades and are continuously developed with Saab’s latest cutting-edge technology.

     
  • Clearer focus on UAV threats

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    Advances in their ability to detect both UAVs and stealth-cloaked aircraft have placed Saab’s Giraffe surface radars in a class of their own.

    Advances in their ability to detect both UAVs and stealth-cloaked aircraft have placed Saab's Giraffe surface radars in a class of their own.

     
  • 2015

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  • Long queues to sit in Gripen’s cockpit at SIAF

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    Both aerial and static displays of multi-role supersonic fighter JAS-39 Gripen were among the highlights of Slovak International Air Fest (SIAF) 2015. This year Saab, the producer of Gripen and general partner of the event, offered the visitors a unique chance to get into the cockpit of a full-scale replica of the aircraft and see the world as pilots do.

     

    Both aerial and static displays of multi-role supersonic fighter JAS-39 Gripen were among the highlights of Slovak International Air Fest (SIAF) 2015. This year Saab, the producer of Gripen and general partner of the event, offered the visitors a unique chance to get into the cockpit of a full-scale replica of the aircraft and see the world as pilots do.

     
  • Czech Gripens to patrol over Iceland

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    Five Gripen multi-role fighter aircraft of the Czech Air Force are to perform air surveillance coverage over Iceland under a NATO arrangement, as the country does not have its own defence forces. The Czech Air Force will provide Iceland with air surveillance between July 20 and August 29, 2015.

    Five Gripen multi-role fighter aircraft of the Czech Air Force are to perform air surveillance coverage over Iceland under a NATO arrangement, as the country does not have its own defence forces. The Czech Air Force will provide Iceland with air surveillance between July 20 and August 29, 2015.