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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.

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.

News and press releases

  • The shareholders in Saab Aktiebolag are invited to attend the Extraordinary General Meeting at Norra Latin, Pelarsalen, Barnhusgatan 7B, Stockholm, Sweden, on Friday, 16 November 2018, at 12.

  • Important Information 

    The information in this press release does not contain or constitute an offer to acquire, subscribe or otherwise trade in shares, subscription rights or other securities in Saab Aktiebolag (“Saab AB”) in any jurisdiction.

  • Due to legal restrictions, the information on this part of Saab’s website is only directed at and accessible to persons who are resident and physically present in Sweden and authorized persons who are resident and physically present in other jurisdictions outside the United States, Canada, Japan, India, Australia, South Africa, Hong Kong or Singapore.

  • Saab has received an order from Boeing for the Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) phase for the Advanced Pilot Training Aircraft, T-X.

  • The shareholders in Saab Aktiebolag are invited to attend the Extraordinary General Meeting at Norra Latin, Pelarsalen, Barnhusgatan 7B, Stockholm, Sweden, on Friday, 16 November 2018, at 12.

  • Important Information 

    The information in this press release does not contain or constitute an offer to acquire, subscribe or otherwise trade in shares, subscription rights or other securities in Saab Aktiebolag (“Saab AB”) in any jurisdiction.

  • Due to legal restrictions, the information on this part of Saab’s website is only directed at and accessible to persons who are resident and physically present in Sweden and authorized persons who are resident and physically present in other jurisdictions outside the United States, Canada, Japan, India, Australia, South Africa, Hong Kong or Singapore.

  • Saab has received an order from Boeing for the Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) phase for the Advanced Pilot Training Aircraft, T-X.

Stories

  • How do you attract and retain younger talents? A question many companies are tackling today. At Saab there is a reverse mentorship programme where junior employees coach their bosses.

  • Saab, the Swedish Armed Forces, and the Swedish Defence Material Administration (FMV) share a long history of co-operation. In the development of Gripen E, this co-operation is being further enhanced, as the three organisations are now carrying out joint validation and verification of the combat aircraft system.

  • A new surface treatment facility is coming to completion at the naval shipyard in Karlskrona, Sweden. It’s the latest major step in the upgrading of the production facility, combining blasting, painting and surface washing. The new facility has multiple impacts: on lead time, overall quality, energy as well as environmental impact. The capacity is heavily increased – while emissions are kept down.

  • How do you attract and retain younger talents? A question many companies are tackling today. At Saab there is a reverse mentorship programme where junior employees coach their bosses.

  • Saab, the Swedish Armed Forces, and the Swedish Defence Material Administration (FMV) share a long history of co-operation. In the development of Gripen E, this co-operation is being further enhanced, as the three organisations are now carrying out joint validation and verification of the combat aircraft system.

  • A new surface treatment facility is coming to completion at the naval shipyard in Karlskrona, Sweden. It’s the latest major step in the upgrading of the production facility, combining blasting, painting and surface washing. The new facility has multiple impacts: on lead time, overall quality, energy as well as environmental impact. The capacity is heavily increased – while emissions are kept down.

Latest Saab tweet

  • @saab | 2 hours ago
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    Heads up! At 2pm CEST today @ #Euronaval2018 we'll be revealing some news on surveillance in the emerging era of hy… https://t.co/mEcMhQP7Zs
  • @saab | 17 hours ago
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    Tomorrow we release our Q3 report. Join our CEO and CFO live from our Stockholm office October 23 at 10:00 (CET) @… https://t.co/vpCLnefe0G
  • @saab | 19 hours ago
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    Last week RBS15, the anti-ship missile from Saab, was fired by the Croatian Navy during Velebit 18 – Croatians larg… https://t.co/UfQtG4zVnv

Facebook/Saab

  • Saab AB
    23 October 2018
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    Heads up! At 2pm CEST today @ #Euronaval we'll be revealing some news on surveillance in the emerging era of hypervelocity. Stay tuned!

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  • Saab AB
    19 October 2018
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    The #Saabinthesky image of the week looks in the rear mirror and present the Saab 105 (SK 60) from the Team 60 and their display in Uppsala this summer. Photo courtesy of Mikael Hervestad.

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