Saab announced Monday that it has signed a SEK 100 million ($120,000) contract with Pilatus Aircraft to provide the mission and graphics computer, with a digital map function, for the Pilatus PC-21.
The contract covers development, adaptation and delivery of an open system mission computer, plus the digital map software function, for the PC-21 advanced turboprop trainer aircraft produced by Switzerland's Pilatus Aircraft. Series production deliveries will start in 2016 and will continue over the life of the PC-21 program. The contract provides options for additional suborders that could include further cockpit functions and systems.
"Both we and Pilatus are dedicated to the introduction of technology that gives aircrew superior situational awareness, and delivers a competitive edge to their aircraft," Ronny Nykvist, head of Saab business unit Avionics Systems said.
Saab will showcase its new generation of submarine, A26, at IMDEX Asia 2015, the International Maritime Defence Exhibition and conference in Singapore, 19-21 May. The Saab will also display other products including systems and solutions for air, surface and sea
Saab has ruled out selling 24 Gripen E/F combat aircraft to Argentina, as such a deal would face an opposition from Britain, a senior company representative told reporters on 27 April. Britain provides some 30 percent of the Gripen's content, including the radar on its next-generation Gripen E/F
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
Saab announced today that it will deliver Gripen NG weapons to Brazil as per a $245 million contract signed with Brazilian MoD through the Aeronautics Command (COMAER). The order is expected to be booked by Saab during the second half of 2015
Selex ES and Saab have successfully demonstrated the release of the BriteCloud EAD from a standard Gripen countermeasures dispenser. Three flights and three releases of the BriteCloud were conducted in Sweden, Selex ES announced Wednesday
The first two Pilatus PC21 turboprop trainers to train French fighter pilots landed at Cognac air base on August 30, 2018 for pre-delivery controls. The aircraft will become part of a new training system which aims to renew both the equipment and the training methods used to train pilots, navigators and weapons systems officers
Spirit Aeronautics has developed avionics upgrade to modernize military C-21A aircraft. "We are excited to present this unique solution to C-21A operators because it not only increases aircraft systems reliability, it meets all of the requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) mandates," Tony Bailey, President & COO, Spirit Aeronautics said in a statement Friday
Saab has won a warhead production contract from MBDA France for MMP medium-range missile. The order has been placed with Saabs subsidiary Saab Bofors Dynamics Switzerland (SBDS)
Saab has won a $32.4 million contract to deliver Robotsystem (RBS) 70 missiles and additional equipment
Saab announced Thursday that it has signed a SEK127 million (US $15 million) contract with the European Defense Agency (EDA) to deliver Carl-Gustaf ammunition to Agency member states Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, the Czech Republic and Poland. Deliveries will take place during 2016
Saab announced today that it has received an order for the production and delivery of camouflage equipment from the US Army. Deliveries will occur over the next six months
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