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  • Saab is pleased to announce that it is currently conducting an industry roadshow in Belgium to meet companies active in the high-tech defence and maritime industry. As a candidate for the replacement of the Mine Counter Measure Vessels (“MCMVs”) of the Belgian and Dutch Navies, Saab’s intention is to cooperate with local industry to offer a MCMV solution built, operated and maintained in Belgium.

    Saab is pleased to announce that it is currently conducting an industry roadshow in Belgium to meet companies active in the high-tech defence and maritime industry. As a candidate for the replacement of the Mine Counter Measure Vessels (“MCMVs”) of the Belgian and Dutch Navies, Saab’s intention is to cooperate with local industry to offer a MCMV solution built, operated and maintained in Belgium.

     
  • Saab has signed a contract with ASC for supply of an updated Integrated Ship Control Management and Monitoring System (ISCMMS) for four Royal Australian Navy Collins class submarines. The contract value is AUD 24.2 million (150 MSEK).

    Saab has signed a contract with ASC for supply of an updated Integrated Ship Control Management and Monitoring System (ISCMMS) for four Royal Australian Navy Collins class submarines. The contract value is AUD 24.2 million (150 MSEK).

     
  • Saab Receives Order for Sustainment of ANZAC Frigates

     |  Press release

    Saab has received an order from the Australian Government under the Warship Asset Management Agreement (WAMA) that will see the continuation of sustainment for Navy’s ANZAC-class frigates. WAMA is a strategic partnership which includes Saab Australia, BAE Systems Australia Defence and Naval Ship Management Australia.

    Saab has received an order from the Australian Government under the Warship Asset Management Agreement (WAMA) that will see the continuation of sustainment for Navy’s ANZAC-class frigates. WAMA is a strategic partnership which includes Saab Australia, BAE Systems Australia Defence and Naval Ship Management Australia.

     
  • Saab Provides Tactical Data Links to Swedish Navy

     |  Press release

    Saab has received an order from the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration, FMV, to provide Multi Tactical Data Links to the Swedish Navy. The total order value is SEK 148 million.

    Saab has received an order from the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration, FMV, to provide Multi Tactical Data Links to the Swedish Navy. The total order value is SEK 148 million.

     
  • Defence and security company Saab will take part in an EU funded preparatory action project called OCEAN2020. The project will demonstrate technologies for enhanced situational awareness in a naval environment using unmanned systems.

    Defence and security company Saab will take part in an EU funded preparatory action project called OCEAN2020. The project will demonstrate technologies for enhanced situational awareness in a naval environment using unmanned systems.

     
  • Defence and security company Saab has been contracted by Patria as one of the major suppliers across the Finnish Navy Squadron 2000 Mid-Life Upgrade programme. Patria has the prime role for the total programme, which includes refurbishment and upgrade of four Hamina-class fast attack crafts. Saab’s order value amounts to approximately SEK 960 million with deliveries starting from 2018.

    Defence and security company Saab has been contracted by Patria as one of the major suppliers across the Finnish Navy Squadron 2000 Mid-Life Upgrade programme. Patria has the prime role for the total programme, which includes refurbishment and upgrade of four Hamina-class fast attack crafts. Saab’s order value amounts to approximately SEK 960 million with deliveries starting from 2018.

     
  • Defence and security company Saab has signed a contract for production and deliveries of Saab´s New Lightweight Torpedo to the Finnish Navy. The contract signed is part of the Squadron 2000 Mid-Life Upgrade Programme (SQ2000 MLU) of the Finnish Navy´s four Hamina fast attack crafts (FAC) as described in separate Saab press release.

    Defence and security company Saab has signed a contract for production and deliveries of Saab´s New Lightweight Torpedo to the Finnish Navy. The contract signed is part of the Squadron 2000 Mid-Life Upgrade Programme (SQ2000 MLU) of the Finnish Navy´s four Hamina fast attack crafts (FAC) as described in separate Saab press release.

     
  • 2017

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  • Saab Acquires Dockstavarvet shipyard

     |  Press release

    Defence and security company Saab acquires the Swedish combat boat producer N. Sundin Dockstavarvet AB and the repair shipyard Muskövarvet AB, in order to strengthen Saab’s product offering in the naval domain. The acquisition of the companies will become effective at 29 December 2017.

    Defence and security company Saab acquires the Swedish combat boat producer N. Sundin Dockstavarvet AB and the repair shipyard Muskövarvet AB, in order to strengthen Saab’s product offering in the naval domain. The acquisition of the companies will become effective at 29 December 2017.

     
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  • Saab 32 Lansen

     |  Story

    The development of Saab's 1150 project, which eventually became the Saab 32 Lansen, began in earnest in 1948. The aircraft had twin-seats, low wings and was intended as an attack aircraft to replace the B18.

    The development of Saab's 1150 project, which eventually became the Saab 32 Lansen, began in earnest in 1948. The aircraft had twin-seats, low wings and was intended as an attack aircraft to replace the B18.

     
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  • First flight success for Gripen E

     |  Press release

    Defence and security company Saab today completed a successful first flight of the next generation smart fighter, Gripen E. The media are invited to attend an online press briefing later today and joining details are below.

    Defence and security company Saab today completed a successful first flight of the next generation smart fighter, Gripen E. The media are invited to attend an online press briefing later today and joining details are below.

     
  • Saab 29 Tunnan

     |  Story

    In 1945, the Swedish defence materiel procurement authority commissioned Saab to develop a new advanced fighter aircraft. The development work resulted in a chubby aircraft that was quickly dubbed the “Flying Barrel”. Access to German research meant that the aircraft could be given a swept wing, leading to improved performance with excellent efficiency.

    In 1945, the Swedish defence materiel procurement authority commissioned Saab to develop a new advanced fighter aircraft. The development work resulted in a chubby aircraft that was quickly dubbed the “Flying Barrel”. Access to German research meant that the aircraft could be given a swept wing, leading to improved performance with excellent efficiency.

     
  • The Future Built In

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    A modern fighter aircraft has an operational life of thirty to forty years, perhaps even more. This poses a great challenge to air forces all over the world. How can you maintain technological superiority over the fighter’s entire life in service?

    A modern fighter aircraft has an operational life of thirty to forty years, perhaps even more. This poses a great challenge to air forces all over the world. How can you maintain technological superiority over the fighter’s entire life in service? Especially when engineering capabilities are becoming more widely available, to both friends and foes, and technology advances much faster.

     
  • Agoria and Saab invite the Belgian aeronautical industry for a seminar about Saab’s unique methodology to maintain technological superiority over Gripen’s entire life cycle.

    Agoria and Saab invite the Belgian aeronautical industry for a seminar about Saab’s unique methodology to maintain technological superiority over Gripen’s entire life cycle. During the seminar, business representatives will also get the opportunity to exchange thoughts about a possible industrial collaboration with Saab. Please apply for the seminar on Thursday 1 June 2017 by registering on the website of Agoria.

     
  • Starting this week, more than 100 aircrafts from 12 nations will crowd the skies over northern Norway, Sweden and Finland to participate in the multinational Arctic Challenge Exercise (ACE 2017).

    Starting this week, more than 100 aircrafts from 12 nations will crowd the skies over northern Norway, Sweden and Finland to participate in the multinational Arctic Challenge Exercise (ACE 2017).

     
  • Saab’s solution for secure voice communication, TactiCall Multi-level Secure Voice, has been awarded in a defence innovation challenge arranged by NATO. It was in the category ‘NATO C4ISR and cyber capabilities’ Saab took home the award.

    Saab’s solution for secure voice communication, TactiCall Multi-level Secure Voice, has been awarded in a defence innovation challenge arranged by NATO. It was in the category ‘NATO C4ISR and cyber capabilities’ Saab took home the award.

     
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