Saab carried out the first flight test of its new advanced Electronic Attack Jammer Pod (EAJP) equipped on Gripen fighter jets, the company announced on Wednesday. The pods interfaces with the aircrafts hardware and software as well as cockpit control and monitoring were tested during the flight, Saab said in a
Raytheon and Saab have completed a series of guided flight tests for the shoulder launched Guided Carl-Gustaf Munition, featuring a semi-active laser guidance system. The test firings performed during late September 2019 involved launching of 3 munitions in total- two against static targets and one against a moving target
Saab and Vu Systems are launching a Next Generation Enhanced Flight Vision System (EFVS) solution using new passive millimetre wave (PMMW) technology, enabling pilots to see and land in low-visibility conditions at all times. The EFVS is the first system to provide access to airports in all weathers, without the need for conventional CATII/III infrastructure
Saab has together with Boeing conducted a test firing of the Ground-Launched Small Diameter Bomb (GLSDB). The test firing took place at the Andoya Test Center in Andenes, Norway, September 26, 2019
Government of Finland selected Saab as the combat system provider and integrator for the Finnish Navys four new Pohjanmaa-class corvettes within the Squadron 2020 programme. Saab has not yet signed a contract or received an order relating to Squadron 2020
Marked by a ceremony in Linkoping, Sweden, on 10 September, the first Brazilian Gripen E aircraft was delivered to the Brazilian Air Force to start the flight test programme. Initially flight tests will be performed in Sweden and by the end of 2020, the aircraft will move to Brazil to continue the flight test campaign in the country
Saab has exhibited serial production standard Giraffe 1X 3D solid-state radar installed on Supacat Jackal vehicle for the first time at the ongoing DSEI-2019 in London, UK. “We have brought an operating Giraffe 1X to DSEI for the first time
Swedish firm Saab has developed ARCASe (Advanced Reversible Camouflage Screen emissive), its first reversible thermal pattern camouflage system for military vehicles and other assets. The ARCASe will be displayed for the first time at the DSEI-2019 exhibition at London, United Kingdom, to be held between 10-13 September, the company announced Thursday
Hakan Buskhe, President and CEO of Saab aerospace and defence company, will be stepping down from the position and will be leaving the firm by February 2020. Hakan Buskhe assumed the role of President and CEO of Saab on September 1, 2010
Canada has asked Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Saab and Airbus to submit bids to supply 88 combat aircraft to replace its ageing fleet of CF-18 fighters for an estimated $14.5 billion (C$19 billion)
Governments of Sweden and the United Kingdom (UK) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly develop future combat aircraft capabilities and combat aircraft systems on July 18, 2019. The two countries will cooperate on the development of future combat aircraft capabilities, including future development of the JAS 39 Gripen
Saab has signed a multi-year framework agreement with the US Government, which allows the US Army, Marines and Special Forces to place orders for up to USD 445 million during a five-year period for Carl Gustaf ammunition and AT4 weapon system. The recently signed framework agreement allows the customer to place orders for Saabs AT4 disposable weapon system and ammunition for the Carl-Gustaf recoilless rifle
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