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Testing new 3D print technology develops opportunities

When a fighter gets damaged in battle, the pilot must typically get the jet back to base for repair. But a new project at Saab is examining how 3D printing can be used to repair battle damaged fighters in the field.

Saab and Centropy investigate new ways of cooling electronics

During spring, Saab has engaged in a collaboration with the startup Centropy in order to research new ways of cooling electronics. The first proof-of-concept is now being finalized and findings and lessons learned are now being implemented both in Saab and Centropy.

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A revolutionary technology

Saab’s commitment to innovation has seen Artificial Intelligence become increasingly vital to the company’s R&D and production operations

Flexible, precise and reliable

With a range of 150 km, the ability to hit targets across a wide area, and a precision so high it can hit the target within a radius of one meter. Saab and Boeing have together developed the Ground-Launched Small Diameter Bomb (GLSDB) – the rocket artillery munition designed to meet the evolving needs of the armed forces.

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  • The Czech Air Force has been a Gripen user for 15 years. When Gripen entered service with the Czech Air Force in 2005, it replaced old Russian technology. Within just a couple of years, the Czech Air Force did not just start to use a new type of aircraft; they started using a completely new system as well as adapting to a new way of working.

  • The first Swedish Gripen E aircraft flies side by side with the first Brazilian Gripen. It’s much more than a beautiful image, it’s a sign of a great collaboration between the countries and between the air forces and industry.

  • By combining different sensors in a single solution, Saab's Sea Giraffe Multi Sensor Solution provides naval forces with the ability to detect threats regardless of size, speed, shape and sophistication.

  • The Czech Air Force has been a Gripen user for 15 years. When Gripen entered service with the Czech Air Force in 2005, it replaced old Russian technology. Within just a couple of years, the Czech Air Force did not just start to use a new type of aircraft; they started using a completely new system as well as adapting to a new way of working.

  • The first Swedish Gripen E aircraft flies side by side with the first Brazilian Gripen. It’s much more than a beautiful image, it’s a sign of a great collaboration between the countries and between the air forces and industry.

  • By combining different sensors in a single solution, Saab's Sea Giraffe Multi Sensor Solution provides naval forces with the ability to detect threats regardless of size, speed, shape and sophistication.

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