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  • Buy-backs of shares of series B in Saab during week 28 2019

     |  Press release, Stock Exchange Release

    During the period 8 July – 10 July 2019, Saab AB (publ) (LEI code 549300ZHO4JCQQI13M69) has repurchased in total 172.500 own shares of series B (ISIN: SE0000112385) as part of the share buy-back programme initiated by the Board of Directors in order to secure delivery of shares to participants in Saab’s long-term Share Matching Plan, Performance Share Plan and Special Projects Incentive.

    During the period 8 July – 10 July 2019, Saab AB (publ) (LEI code 549300ZHO4JCQQI13M69) has repurchased in total 172.500 own shares of series B (ISIN: SE0000112385) as part of the share buy-back programme initiated by the Board of Directors in order to secure delivery of shares to participants in Saab’s long-term Share Matching Plan, Performance Share Plan and Special Projects Incentive.

     
  • Saab is pleased to invite press, investors and financial analysts to a press and analyst meeting where CEO Håkan Buskhe and CFO Magnus Örnberg present the Saab interim report for January-June 2019. 

    Saab is pleased to invite press, investors and financial analysts to a press and analyst meeting where CEO Håkan Buskhe and CFO Magnus Örnberg present the Saab interim report for January-June 2019. 

     
  • Saab has signed a multi-year framework agreement with the U.S. Government, which allows the U.S. Army, U.S. Marines and U.S. Special Forces to place orders for up to USD 445 million (approximately SEK 4.2 billion) during a five-year period.  

    Saab has signed a multi-year framework agreement with the U.S. Government, which allows the U.S. Army, U.S. Marines and U.S. Special Forces to place orders for up to USD 445 million (approximately SEK 4.2 billion) during a five-year period.  

     
  • Saab has received an order from the Swedish Armed Forces and the Swedish Defence Material Administration (FMV) for continued technical support on weapons and external stores for Gripen. The order value amounts to SEK 142 million.

    Saab has received an order from the Swedish Armed Forces and the Swedish Defence Material Administration (FMV) for continued technical support on weapons and external stores for Gripen. The order value amounts to SEK 142 million.

     
  • Buy-backs of shares of series B in Saab during week 27 2019

     |  Press release, Stock Exchange Release

    During the period 1 July – 5 July 2019, Saab AB (publ) (LEI code 549300ZHO4JCQQI13M69) has repurchased in total 322.500 own shares of series B (ISIN: SE0000112385) as part of the share buy-back programme initiated by the Board of Directors in order to secure delivery of shares to participants in Saab’s long-term Share Matching Plan, Performance Share Plan and Special Projects Incentive.

    During the period 1 July – 5 July 2019, Saab AB (publ) (LEI code 549300ZHO4JCQQI13M69) has repurchased in total 322.500 own shares of series B (ISIN: SE0000112385) as part of the share buy-back programme initiated by the Board of Directors in order to secure delivery of shares to participants in Saab’s long-term Share Matching Plan, Performance Share Plan and Special Projects Incentive.

     
  • Saab Receives Order for Carl-Gustaf Ammunition

     |  Press release

    Saab has received an order for ammunition for the Carl-Gustaf ® man-portable weapon system. The order value is approximately 500 MSEK and deliveries will take place in 2019-2020.

    Saab has received an order for ammunition for the Carl-Gustaf ® man-portable weapon system. The order value is approximately 500 MSEK and deliveries will take place in 2019-2020.

     
  • During spring, Saab has engaged in a collaboration with the startup Centropy in order to research new ways of cooling electronics. The first proof-of-concept is now being finalized and findings and lessons learned are now being implemented both in Saab and Centropy.

    During spring, Saab has engaged in a collaboration with the startup Centropy in order to research new ways of cooling electronics. The first proof-of-concept is now being finalized and findings and lessons learned are now being implemented both in Saab and Centropy.

     
  • Buy-backs of shares of series B in Saab during week 26 2019

     |  Press release, Stock Exchange Release

    During the period 24 June – 28 June 2019, Saab AB (publ) (LEI code 549300ZHO4JCQQI13M69) has repurchased in total 329.000 own shares of series B (ISIN: SE0000112385) as part of the share buy-back programme initiated by the Board of Directors in order to secure delivery of shares to participants in Saab’s long-term Share Matching Plan, Performance Share Plan and Special Projects Incentive.

    During the period 24 June – 28 June 2019, Saab AB (publ) (LEI code 549300ZHO4JCQQI13M69) has repurchased in total 329.000 own shares of series B (ISIN: SE0000112385) as part of the share buy-back programme initiated by the Board of Directors in order to secure delivery of shares to participants in Saab’s long-term Share Matching Plan, Performance Share Plan and Special Projects Incentive.

     
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  • Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions has received an order to install a digital tower at NATO NAEW&CF E3A Component in Geilenkirchen, Germany. NATO Air Base Geilenkirchen will use the digital tower for live operations during the refurbishment of the current control tower. This is the first order for an operational digital air traffic control tower at a military air base. Delivery will take place in 2020.  

    Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions has received an order to install a digital tower at NATO NAEW&CF E3A Component in Geilenkirchen, Germany. NATO Air Base Geilenkirchen will use the digital tower for live operations during the refurbishment of the current control tower. This is the first order for an operational digital air traffic control tower at a military air base. Delivery will take place in 2020.  

     
  • Saab has opened a UK Innovation Hub at Imperial College London’s White City Campus in London. An initial seed investment of £3.5 million into Saab’s UK-wide network of research and development projects is expected to grow over the coming years, demonstrating Saab’s continued commitment to the country. The Hub will be the focal point for managing these investments. 

    Saab has opened a UK Innovation Hub at Imperial College London’s White City Campus in London. An initial seed investment of £3.5 million into Saab’s UK-wide network of research and development projects is expected to grow over the coming years, demonstrating Saab’s continued commitment to the country. The Hub will be the focal point for managing these investments. 

     
  • Saab has signed a framework agreement with the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) to provide the Swedish Armed Forces with Carl-Gustaf® M4. The framework agreement will allow FMV to place orders during a ten-year period. An initial order for Carl-Gustaf M4 weapons, of approximately MSEK 330, has been placed with deliveries taking place during 2020-2023.  

    Saab has signed a framework agreement with the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) to provide the Swedish Armed Forces with Carl-Gustaf® M4. The framework agreement will allow FMV to place orders during a ten-year period. An initial order for Carl-Gustaf M4 weapons, of approximately MSEK 330, has been placed with deliveries taking place during 2020-2023.  

     
  • Buy-backs of shares of series B in Saab during week 25 2019

     |  Press release, Stock Exchange Release

    During the period 17 June – 20 June 2019, Saab AB (publ) (LEI code 549300ZHO4JCQQI13M69) has repurchased in total 176.000 own shares of series B (ISIN: SE0000112385) as part of the share buy-back programme initiated by the Board of Directors in order to secure delivery of shares to participants in Saab’s long-term Share Matching Plan, Performance Share Plan and Special Projects Incentive.

    During the period 17 June – 20 June 2019, Saab AB (publ) (LEI code 549300ZHO4JCQQI13M69) has repurchased in total 176.000 own shares of series B (ISIN: SE0000112385) as part of the share buy-back programme initiated by the Board of Directors in order to secure delivery of shares to participants in Saab’s long-term Share Matching Plan, Performance Share Plan and Special Projects Incentive.

     
  • Gotland-class submarine HMS Uppland relaunched

     |  Press release

    The relaunch of HMS Uppland took place today. Two of the Gotland-class submarines have now concluded comprehensive mid-life upgrades (MLU) and are equipped to face the challenges of tomorrow.

    The relaunch of HMS Uppland took place today. Two of the Gotland-class submarines have now concluded comprehensive mid-life upgrades (MLU) and are equipped to face the challenges of tomorrow.

     
  • A revolutionary technology

     |  Story

    Saab’s commitment to innovation has seen Artificial Intelligence become increasingly vital to the company’s R&D and production operations

    Saab’s commitment to innovation has seen Artificial Intelligence become increasingly vital to the company’s R&D and production operations

     
  • Saab’s Gripen offer to Finland includes GlobalEye

     |  Press release

    Saab announces that its Gripen offer to Finland, submitted in January this year, also includes two GlobalEye Airborne Early Warning and Control (AEW&C) aircraft.

    Saab announces that its Gripen offer to Finland, submitted in January this year, also includes two GlobalEye Airborne Early Warning and Control (AEW&C) aircraft.

     
  • Saab not attending Swiss flight tests

     |  Press release

    The Swiss defence procurement agency, armasuisse, has formally recommended to Saab not to participate with Gripen E in the upcoming flight tests in Switzerland. The reason is that the flight tests have been designed to only evaluate aircraft that are operationally ready in 2019. The flight tests are part of the fighter evaluation process that foresees aircraft deliveries in 2025. Gripen E will enter into operational service years before Switzerland has scheduled deliveries and will meet all its defined capabilities. However, the Gripen E development plan does not match the Swiss plan to perform flight tests with aircraft that are operationally ready in 2019. Therefore, Saab has decided not to attend the Swiss flight tests in Payerne 24-28 June. 

    The Swiss defence procurement agency, armasuisse, has formally recommended to Saab not to participate with Gripen E in the upcoming flight tests in Switzerland. The reason is that the flight tests have been designed to only evaluate aircraft that are operationally ready in 2019. The flight tests are part of the fighter evaluation process that foresees aircraft deliveries in 2025. Gripen E will enter into operational service years before Switzerland has scheduled deliveries and will meet all its defined capabilities. However, the Gripen E development plan does not match the Swiss plan to perform flight tests with aircraft that are operationally ready in 2019. Therefore, Saab has decided not to attend the Swiss flight tests in Payerne 24-28 June. 

     
  • Saab has received an additional order from the U.S. Navy for the Sea Giraffe Multi Mode Radar (MMR) for the Coast Guard’s offshore patrol cutter.  

    Saab has received an additional order from the U.S. Navy for the Sea Giraffe Multi Mode Radar (MMR) for the Coast Guard’s offshore patrol cutter.  

     
  • Saab utilises authorisation to repurchase own shares

     |  Press release, Stock Exchange Release

    The Saab Annual General Meeting 2019 resolved to authorise the Board of Directors to decide to repurchase the company’s own shares of series B in order to secure delivery of shares to participants in Saab’s long-term Share Matching Plan, Performance Share Plan and Special Projects Incentive. Saab announces that the Board of Directors today has decided to utilise its authorisation for this purpose.

    The Saab Annual General Meeting 2019 resolved to authorise the Board of Directors to decide to repurchase the company’s own shares of series B in order to secure delivery of shares to participants in Saab’s long-term Share Matching Plan, Performance Share Plan and Special Projects Incentive. Saab announces that the Board of Directors today has decided to utilise its authorisation for this purpose.

     
  • With navies around the world upgrading their submarine programs, effective anti-submarine warfare measures are also needed. Saab’s AUV62-AT acoustic training system provides a flexible and cost-effective way of training crews, without the need for an actual submarine.

    With navies around the world upgrading their submarine programs, effective anti-submarine warfare measures are also needed. Saab’s AUV62-AT acoustic training system provides a flexible and cost-effective way of training crews, without the need for an actual submarine.

     
  • Discovering the undiscoverable

     |  Story

    The hypersonic threat is here and needs to be adressed now. That is why Saab has developed the Hypersonic Detection Mode radar capability.

    The hypersonic threat is here and needs to be adressed now. That is why Saab has developed the Hypersonic Detection Mode radar capability.

     

     
  • Why compromise ship survival?

     |  Story

    Saab is offering the Sea Giraffe Multi Sensor Solution, providing unrivalled powerful radar performance in a compact format, suitable even for smaller vessels.

    Saab's Sea Giraffe Multi Sensor Solution provides unrivalled powerful radar performance in a compact format, suitable even for smaller vessels. Unlike other solutions on the market, the Sea Giraffe Multi Sensor Solution has a compact design and low weight, which allows the sensors to be placed in an optimal location to achieve the best possible range and performance.

     
  • Saab at CANSEC 2019

     |  News

    Saab is exhibiting (booth #1521) at CANSEC, Canada’s largest security and defence exhibition. The event takes place in Ottawa, Ontario on May 29-30 and Saab’s dedicated CANSEC media briefing is scheduled for Wednesday, May 29 at 10:00 am through 11:00 am in the official Media Room. The media briefing will provide an update on Saab’s Canadian plans as well as provide an update on the Gripen fighter. 

    Saab is exhibiting (booth #1521) at CANSEC, Canada’s largest security and defence exhibition. The event takes place in Ottawa, Ontario on May 29-30 and Saab’s dedicated CANSEC media briefing is scheduled for Wednesday, May 29 at 10:00 am through 11:00 am in the official Media Room. The media briefing will provide an update on Saab’s Canadian plans as well as provide an update on the Gripen fighter. 

     
  • Saab Presents Updated Sirius Passive Sensor Offer

     |  Press release

    Saab presents an updated offer based on its Sirius suite of passive sensor systems for the air, land and sea domains. Sirius represents a full range of capabilities based on a common architecture and with a domain-specific edge- for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations, beyond the scope of individual sensors.

    Saab presents an updated offer based on its Sirius suite of passive sensor systems for the air, land and sea domains. Sirius represents a full range of capabilities based on a common architecture and with a domain-specific edge- for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations, beyond the scope of individual sensors.

     
  • Saab has received an order to provide the United Kingdom’s Royal Navy with the AUV62-AT anti-submarine warfare (ASW) training system. Delivery is expected to take place in 2019. 

    Saab has received an order to provide the United Kingdom’s Royal Navy with the AUV62-AT anti-submarine warfare (ASW) training system. Delivery is expected to take place in 2019. 

     
  • The annual conference for Sweden's innovation ecosystems, Sveriges Innovationsriksdag, is this year arranged in Karlskrona.

    The annual conference for Sweden's innovation ecosystems, Sveriges Innovationsriksdag, is this year arranged in Karlskrona.

     
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