Saab announced today that it has won $165 million (SEK 145 million ) contract to supply tracking system Ceros 200 to the Danish Knud Rasmussen-class patrol vessels. The tracking system Ceros 200 is part of a fire control system, whose task is to detect, monitor and combat threats to a ship. Ceros 200 is a very precise system with a unique patented capability to distinguish between true and false threats. In addition to Ceros 200, Saab will also supply spare parts, documentation and training for the Danish armed forces. “Ceros 200 is based on radar and optronic technology, which makes the system very precise in all weather conditions. Ceros 200 is used on more than 200 ships around the world, says Gunilla Fransson, Head of Saab’s business area Security and Defence Solutions.
Production and delivery of the system will take place during 2016 and 2017.
Saab will display a Gripen fighter at the 2015 LAAD International Defense and Security Exhibition, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from April 14 to 17. Alongside Gripen, Saab will also demonstrate its expertise in airborne early warning, air defence, naval systems, command and control, multi-mission sensors, ground combat systems, training and simulation, electronic warfare and SIGINT
Saab announced today that it has received an order from the Norwegian Defense Logistic Organization (NDLO) for a prototype of Mid-Life Upgrade of Arthur weapon-location radar system. The order amounts to approximately $13 million (SEK115 million)
Saab announced today that it has received follow-on orders worth US$ 78 million (SEK 740 million) from Hindustan Aeronautic Limited (HAL), India, to produce integrated electronic warfare self-protection system for installation on the Indian Armys and Air Forces Advanced Light Helicopter Dhruv. Integrated Defensive Aids Suite (IDAS) protects crew by enhancing platform survivability in sophisticated, diverse and dense threat environments
Saab has won a $14.2 million contract to deliver components for the Carl-Gustaf man-portable weapon system
Saab and Boeing recently tested the Ground Launched Small Diameter Bomb (GLSDB), integrating the SDB I and M26 rocket motor technologies for the Multiple Launch Rocket System. The demonstration proves that Boeings Small Diameter Bomb I, originally developed for use by aircraft, can be adapted for launch from a ground artillery system as well
Saab announced today that it has developed PS-05/A fighter radar to a new version designated Mk4 for Gripen C/D improved performance and operating range. The PS-05/A Mk4 is the recent development of PS-05/A radar, originally developed for the Gripen fighter
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