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Creating state of art ships

Imagine a naval ship that combines the best elements from different technologies. The simplicity, rigidity and ruggedness of a steel hull, which can be built at almost any shipyard, ingeniously integrated with a superstructure with all the attributes of carbon fibre composites.

Game changer against tanks

With tanks playing an increasingly decisive role in complex battle environments, defending forces need an effective anti-tank weapon. Saab’s NLAW system has the portability and fire power needed to stop tanks in their tracks.

RBS15 Gungnir

Gungnir is the newest addition to the RBS15 family, utilising the RBS15 Mk4 missile. However, it’s more than just a missile – Gungnir is the complete solution, seamlessly integrating with existing infrastructure to comprehensively tackle tomorrow’s ever-escalating pressures

Our thinking edge

Finding the needle in the haystack

Looking for threats can be like looking for a needle in a haystack. So how do modern radars deal with stealth, birds and jamming?

Really advanced dinner logistics

More than ninety per cent of the goods transports in the world are shipped. That means that many of the things on our dinner tables, in our homes and in our workplaces arrived by boat. And perhaps these were offloaded in a port near you.

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Stories

  • During spring, Saab has engaged in a collaboration with the startup Centropy in order to research new ways of cooling electronics.

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

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  • With navies around the world upgrading their submarine programs, effective anti-submarine warfare measures are also needed. Saab’s AUV62-AT acoustic training system provides a flexible and cost-effective way of training crews, without the need for an actual submarine.

  • During spring, Saab has engaged in a collaboration with the startup Centropy in order to research new ways of cooling electronics.

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

    .
  • With navies around the world upgrading their submarine programs, effective anti-submarine warfare measures are also needed. Saab’s AUV62-AT acoustic training system provides a flexible and cost-effective way of training crews, without the need for an actual submarine.

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    Find out how we performed during Q2 2019. Listen to CFO Magnus Örnberg below or tune in to the on-demand webcast he… https://t.co/xIRKYSqsXM
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    Starting soon: LIVE from our Stockholm office – webcast of our Q2 Report with our CEO Håkan Buske and CFO Magnus Ör… https://t.co/fJvws0wXpY
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    RELEASE: Saab Comments on Swedish-UK Future Combat Air Announcement https://t.co/I2mGRvV1m2

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