|Saab/Kockums A26 Submarine|
Saab will participate at Euronaval 2014, held from 27-31 October at the Le Bourget exhibition centre, Paris. Saab is pleased to takes its place at this international naval and maritime event as a first tier global supplier of advanced naval vessels and systems.
“Saab has a long background in supplying naval systems, it goes back some 60 years and we would like to bring you along with us on our naval journey.
Saab has recently acquired Kockums in Sweden and so becomes a global supplier in complete naval systems. At the same time system integration on any platform remains one of our core competencies.
We have a strong focus on strategic partnerships with key shipyards, and at Euronaval two of our partners that are displaying their vessels next to the Saab stand.
|Saab RBS-15 SSM|
We will present new solutions in the command and control area, including training concepts plus new features in our TACTICAL communication system.
We recently launched two new radars to complement our Sea Giraffe radar family and deliver increased situational awareness with the capability to detect and react to increasingly sophisticated threats.
You can follow Saab online at Euronaval at: http://www.saabgroup.com/euronaval2014
At Euronaval, Saab is exhibiting on Stand F16
Through Kockums, Saab has gained the capability to develop and deliver complete platform solutions, with particular emphasis on submarines.
Saab continues to be a respected supplier of integrated systems that are fully platform-independent and tailored to a very wide range of national needs. This capability has been thoroughly tested and proven by navies around the world.
Saab is a source of key enabling technologies, such as radars, weapons and air independent propulsion (AIP) systems. At the same time, Saab can fully integrate all similar third-party equipment to meet specific customer requirements.
Saab has a fundamental belief in the benefits of international partnership and is already working in close cooperation with many international ship designers and builders.