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After a comprehensive mid-life upgrade (MLU) to meet tomorrow’s naval challenges, HSwMS Gotland has been relaunched and is ready to start her sea trials.
Saab has received an order from the Defence Material Organisation, DMO, for support and update of simulators to the Netherlands Army’s Mobile Combat Training Centre.
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.
Thursday, November 15th, Ahoy in Rotterdam will be filled with military personnel, politicians and senior executives from the defense and security industry - joining together for the annual symposium of the Dutch Defense and Security Foundation (NIDV)
Anti-submarine warfare (ASW) is not only a capability. It’s a very special skill with knowledge and experience built up over decades. These skills were almost lost, almost forgotten about – due to the Post-Cold War draw down of submarines, and the focus on land campaigns. For a period during the mid-late 2000’s it seemed that the maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) was a dying capability. Fast forward almost a decade and things couldn’t be more different.
In a crisis scenario you need to see more. You need to see beyond the horizon, extend it, to be able to cover vast areas quickly. You need to overcome the challenge of the earth’s curvature, to detect, to identify and to timely issue the correct orders.