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Gripen

Today missions demand the seamless implementation of strategies. For decades, Saab has been providing solutions designed to meet such needs. From training and command and control systems, to military subsystems, weapons and next-generation aircraft.

MSHORAD

The Mobile Short-Range Air Defence (MSHORAD) solution – comprising the Giraffe 1X, C2 and RBS 70 NG Remote Weapon System (RWS) – enables moving units to identify and counter air threats quickly and effectively.

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.

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.

News and press releases

Stories

  • For mobile forces out in the battlefield, air situational awareness is critical.

  • An Early Warning & Control (AEW&C) system makes it possible to discover things sooner, which gives more time to act and prevent damage before it happens.

  • Being a country with small and very limited resources, but at the same time located in a strategic place and hence vulnerable, it soon became apparent that something very special was required to mitigate the threats within available resource limits. The Swedish Government, defence forces and Saab managed to agree on some basic requirements that would apply to all aircraft designed and produced; requirements that are as valid today as it was in 1937.

  • For mobile forces out in the battlefield, air situational awareness is critical.

  • An Early Warning & Control (AEW&C) system makes it possible to discover things sooner, which gives more time to act and prevent damage before it happens.

  • Being a country with small and very limited resources, but at the same time located in a strategic place and hence vulnerable, it soon became apparent that something very special was required to mitigate the threats within available resource limits. The Swedish Government, defence forces and Saab managed to agree on some basic requirements that would apply to all aircraft designed and produced; requirements that are as valid today as it was in 1937.

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  • Saab AB
    18 July 2018
    0

    Rapid deployment of aircraft maintenance - with the same capability and service level as back at base - not a problem with DAM. Take a look at our Deployable Aircraft Maintenance facility at www.saab.com/damassembly #saabFIA18 #wow #FIA18

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  • Saab AB
    18 July 2018
    8

    RBS15 Gungnir is named after the spear that belonged to the Norse god Odin. The enchanted spear was unstoppable and never missed its target. Our missile never misses it´s target no matter what condition. Do you want to know why? Try out our missile journey here: https://saab.com/missilejourney/

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