The Saab Australia Story

Investing in Australia's future for over thirty years

 

Saab Australia has developed advanced defence, security and civil aviation systems in Australia for thirty years. As Australia’s most experienced defence system company, we employ over 320 systems engineers and subcontract work to more than 200 local companies. Our intuitive real-time command and control, command support, security and surveillance, and air traffic management systems are designed to adapt to today’s rapidly changing defence and security challenges. Our thinking edge pushes the boundaries, breaks convention and allows us to develop clever solutions that keep people and society safe. 

 

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Company Profile

Based in Adelaide, Saab Australia is the Defence, Security and Traffic Management solutions provider specialising in computer based command and control systems.

Careers

Working at Saab, you'll be involved in leading-edge software development, producing high-technology applications that are world firsts. Working with leaders in the field, you'll have the chance to work on key, challenging projects.

Gallery

Our latest image collections are published on Flickr where you can view and download images, wallpaper and digital posters for your personal use.

Mixed Reality

Saab Australia is leading the development of Mixed Reality applications, using light dense holograms, for defence, medical, mining and marketing.

Saab Solutions AR

With the massive rollout of Augmented Reality capabililties in the new generation of mobile devices Saab Australia has embraced the new technology with a locally developed App called Saab Soutions AR. FInd out more about our world leading technology in 3D.

Military Symbology App

Download Saab’s free MilSyms Android app from the Google Play store to learn the 2525C warfighting symbology standard. MilSyms is a training tool that will help you learn, understand and test your knowledge on the 2525C common warfighting symbology standard. The 2525C symbology is used by NATO and allied forces for military map marking.