Saab has received a $13 million (SEK 104 million) order from the US Army for the shoulder-launched AT4CS RS (Confined Space Reduced Sensitivity) anti-armour weapon system.
The delivery will take place in 2019. The AT4CS RS is a fully disposable, preloaded weapon system with a specially developed, unique shaped-charge warhead that delivers outstanding behind-armour effect inside the target. It weighs less than 8 kg and has an effective range of 20 to 300 metres, the company said in a statement Wednesday.
The AT4 family is a range of lightweight, man-portable, fully disposable weapons characterised by ease of use and handling. They do not require expert gunners to operate the weapon effectively. The AT4 offers great flexibility and is not limited to combating tanks and heavy combat vehicles. The AT4 is equally effective against threats in buildings and fortifications. It can also be employed to protect fixed installations, supply points and other vital assets.
Saab has been sub-contracted by Lockheed Martin to assemble 16 of the UKs new AJAX virtual Crew Turret Trainers. The Crew Turret Trainer is a virtual simulator designed to train the vehicle crew in the use of the turret (armaments, radios, sights etc)
Saab has chosen to deploy IFS Global Extension while investing in additional user licenses in South Africa. Saab has chosen to implement the IFS Global Extension solution to streamline the process of complying with local laws and regulations
Saab has received a $16.8M order to provide the Sea Giraffe Agile Multi Beam (AMB), Multi-Mode Radar (MMR) for the US Navys newest Offshore Patrol Cutter (OPC)
Australias new frigates would be armed with Lockheed Martins Aegis combat management system together with a Saab Australia-developed tactical interface. Canberra in May revealed plans to build nine frigates, 12 new submarines and 12 offshore patrol vessels worth an estimated 89 billion Australian dollars ($70 billion)
Saab has signed a contract to provide a complete communications system on board the Royal New Zealand Navys future fleet replenishment vessel, HMNZS Aotearoa. The Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN) has selected Saab to equip its new Maritime Sustainment Capability vessel, HMNZS Aotearoa
Saab has received a new order valued $50 million (426 MSEK) from the United States Army for the shoulder-launched AT4CS RS (Confined Space Reduced Sensitivity) anti-armor weapon system. The order was booked during Q2 2018
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