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  • 2017

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  • On this day, the 26th of March 1992, a new ground breaking turboprop aircraft took to the skies for the very first time. The Saab 2000 was well ahead of its time and is still outperforming its modern day competitors. The outstanding performance and comfort is most certainly the main reason why it’s still so vastly popular out there. Since 1993, it still holds the world record in climb performance for twin engine turboprop aircraft. This is a short version of the Saab 2000 success story.

    On this day, the 26th of March 1992, a new ground breaking turboprop aircraft took to the skies for the very first time. The Saab 2000 was well ahead of its time and is still outperforming its modern day competitors. The outstanding performance and comfort is most certainly the main reason why it’s still so vastly popular out there. Since 1993, it still holds the world record in climb performance for twin engine turboprop aircraft. This is a short version of the Saab 2000 success story.

     
  • The Swedish Air Navigation Service Provider (LFV) and Saab were first in the world to put remote air traffic control towers into operation. This innovative system now enters the UK, with a demo suite due to be installed at the Swanwick Control Centre.

    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 now enters the UK, where a demo suite will be installed at the Swanwick Control Centre.

     
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    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.

    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.

     
  • 2016

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  • Two weeks of underwater action in Scotland

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    In mid-October Saab took part in the UK Royal Navy´s military exercise and demonstration Unmanned Warrior, held in Scotland and Wales. During the exercise, Saab´s anti-submarine acoustic target AUV62-AT and the underwater IED robot Sea Wasp, played some really important roles.

    In mid-October Saab took part in the UK Royal Navy´s military exercise and demonstration Unmanned Warrior, held in Scotland and Wales. During the exercise, Saab´s anti-submarine acoustic target AUV62-AT and the underwater IED robot Sea Wasp, played some really important roles.

     
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  • On 21st and 22nd September, the Swedish defence and civil-security company SAAB held its first-ever ‘UK Days’. The aim was to present and demonstrate some of the company’s enormous range of defence and civil-security products to potential customers in the UK and Ireland...

    On 21st and 22nd September, the Swedish defence and civil-security company SAAB held its first-ever ‘UK Days’. The aim was to present and demonstrate some of the company’s enormous range of defence and civil-security products to potential customers in the UK and Ireland, as well as to British politicians, the press and media and, of course, its own commercial partners and other interested parties. The venue was Heywood House in Wiltshire, an early-17th century country house set in 25 acres (10 ha) of parkland.

     
  • The Ground Launched Small Diameter Bomb (GLSDB) continues to spark international market interest around the world. GLSDB provides guided precision strikes at ranges up to 150 km when launched from an existing Multiple-Launch Rocket System (MLRS) or HIMARS system.

    The Ground Launched Small Diameter Bomb (GLSDB) continues to spark international market interest around the world. GLSDB provides guided precision strikes at ranges up to 150 km when launched from an existing Multiple-Launch Rocket System (MLRS) or HIMARS system.

     
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  • On Tuesday 9 February, students from the Advanced Command and Staff Course visited Saab UK, jointly hosted by Claes-Peter Cederlöf, Head of MA Country Unity UK, and SeaEye.

    On Tuesday 9 February, students from the Advanced Command and Staff Course visited Saab UK, jointly hosted by Claes-Peter Cederlöf, Head of MA Country Unity UK, and SeaEye. The visit was part of the industry engagement module called ‘Defence Policy to Capability.’ The module examines the strategic and economic contexts facing UK Defence, and how it operates at the highest levels to balance policy and resources in order to create defence capabilities.

     
  • Pod Exclusive: Anders Linder, Head of Surface-Based Radar, discusses the changing threats, disruptive technologies and the global race to be at the forefront of surface-based radar.

    Pod Exclusive: Anders Linder, Head of Surface-Based Radar, discusses the changing threats, disruptive technologies and the global race to be at the forefront of surface-based radar.

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  • 2014

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  • How Saab radar helped make London safer

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    In the summer of 2012, the eyes of the world were on London for the thirtieth Olympic Games.

    In the summer of 2012, the eyes of the world were on London for the thirtieth Olympic Games. Just as for many major events, this huge public celebration was a potential terrorist target. The security effort was therefore huge, with military resources being used to monitor the airspace over London.