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  • 2019

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  • OneView review

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    Saab OneView was born a custom PSIM and has evolved into a situational awareness engine that’s endlessly customisable and relentlessly expandable. The most difficult thing about a management solution with this much depth and lateral potential is trying to describe it in a paragraph.

    This article is reproduced here with the permission of Security Electronics and Networks 
    by John Adams 

     

    Saab OneView was born a custom PSIM and has evolved into a situational awareness engine that’s endlessly customisable and relentlessly expandable. The most difficult thing about a management solution with this much depth and lateral potential is trying to describe it in a paragraph.

     
  • See below in 3D

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    A new mixed reality application developed by Saab Australia is changing the way the mining and resources sectors manage their development and expansion plans.

     

    A new mixed reality application developed by Saab Australia is changing the way the mining and resources sectors manage their development and expansion plans.

     
  • Saab's reach into space

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    Space is the final frontier for humanity and Saab believes it could also be a major driver of growth and investment in Australia. The company is a founding member of the Cooperative Research Centre for Innovative Space Solutions and is looking to apply its situational awareness technology to satellite systems and data.

    Space is the final frontier for humanity and Saab believes it could also be a major driver of growth and investment in Australia. The company is a founding member of the Cooperative Research Centre for Innovative Space Solutions and is looking to apply its situational awareness technology to satellite systems and data.

     
  • National Missing Persons Hackathon win

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    In an Australian-first event of its kind, a Saab Australia team from Adelaide has taken out first place in the Australian National Missing Persons Hackathon.

    In an Australian-first event of its kind, a Saab Australia team from Adelaide has taken out first place in the Australian National Missing Persons Hackathon.

     
  • Underwater naval warfare systems on show

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    Saab’s design and manufacture experience of complex underwater systems is impressively vast and includes the pinnacle of this technology in its modern submarines. Saab is leading the world with underwater warfare training technologies, mine counter measures and monitoring missions. These systems, including the Double Eagle and AUV62 will feature on Saab's stand at Australia's naval exhition, Pacific 2019.

    Saab is leading the world with underwater warfare training technologies, mine counter measures and monitoring missions. Saab’s design and manufacture experience with underwater systems also extends to modern submarines while the entire naval portfolio encompasses air, surface and underwater environments.

     
  • Unmanned, versatile and mission ready

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    With a heavy-fuel engine and ViDAR radar, the Skeldar V-200 MTUA offers unmatched benefits to Australia’s future offshore patrol vessels. A full-scale working model will be on show at Pacific 2019.

    Situational awareness remains the key to tactical advantage at sea. Knowing what lies over the horizon enables commanders to make the best possible decisions and save lives. The current generation of the Skeldar UAS excels at situational awareness by scouting ahead and identifying potential threats using an ever-increasing array of integrated onboard sensors, software and datalinks.

     
  • 9LV striking performance for the modern navy

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    A high performance combat system (CMS) is crucial for a navy to fight and win at sea. The core of the warship's fighting capability, the CMS integrates sensor data and provides the war leader with situational awareness. The technology must be flexible and adaptable so new technologies can be integrated to mitigate evolving threats from today's environment.

     

    A high performance combat system (CMS) is crucial for a navy to fight and win at sea. The core of the warship's fighting capability, the CMS integrates sensor data and provides the war leader with situational awareness. The technology must be flexible and adaptable so new technologies can be integrated to mitigate evolving threats from today's environment.

     
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  • Australian Army takes Giraffe radar delivery

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    The Australian Department of Defence’s Capability and Sustainment Group (CASG) collected Australia’s third and final IFF modified Giraffe AMB (agile multi beam) radar from Saab Australia headquarters whilst signing a support contract worth AUD $28 million.

     

    The Australian Department of Defence’s Capability and Sustainment Group (CASG) collected Australia’s third and final IFF modified Giraffe AMB (agile multi beam) radar from Saab Australia headquarters whilst signing a support contract worth AUD $28 million.

     
  • Securing NSW prisons

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    A sophisticated electronic security system, designed by Saab Australia will secure a number of New South Wales prisons. Saab’s OneView will manage security, surveillance and facility management functions at Dillwynia Women’s Correctional Centre, Mid North Coast Correctional Centre at Kempsey and the Clarence Correction Centre near Grafton.

    A sophisticated electronic security system, designed by Saab Australia will secure a number of New South Wales prisons. Saab’s OneView will manage security, surveillance and facility management functions at Dillwynia Women’s Correctional Centre, Mid North Coast Correctional Centre at Kempsey and the Clarence Correction Centre near Grafton.

     
  • Rapid growth trajectory creates new jobs

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    The Australian Government’s commitment to modernise Australia's defence and security capabilities has helped Saab Australia secure several long-term projects and grow our workforce. Over the past two years the company has expanded from 350, to 500 employees.

    The Australian Government’s commitment to modernise Australia's defence and security capabilities has helped Saab Australia secure several long-term projects and grow our workforce.

     
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