Military vehicle-mounted cameras and displays need to be rugged for use in the most extreme environmental conditions including vibration, shock, humidity and temperature. More than 340 vehicles in the Norwegian Armed Forces are equipped with our vision enhancement system. Sergeant Chris Mikkelsen from the Norwegian Army is one of its users.
This film was made in Saab Avionics Systems’ Development Flight Simulator. It has been filmed through a real Head Up Display (HUD) but in a simulated environment. The HUD is our new, advanced 42 Degree FoV HUD. It features a wide IFOV, comfortable eye-box and high-definition digital image generation.
Skeldar is the medium-range unmanned aerial system for maritime and naval surveillance. With a heavy-fuel engine and ViDAR radar, the Saab UMS Skeldar V-200 MTUA offers unmatched benefits to Australia’s future offshore patrol vessels. David Willems from UMS Skelder (Saab's strategic business partner) talks about Skeldar’s capabilities here at #Pacific2017 Read more: http://bit.ly/2yv3zEf
Saab Australia’s ‘9LV’ CMS, has been the Royal Australian Navy’s combat system of choice for over three decades. 9LV is the core of the combat capability on board the current ANZAC Class frigates and CANBERRA Class Landing Helicopter Docks and will enter into service with the RAN's new replenishment ships and offshore patrol vessels. Suzanne Birch, Saab Australia Maritime Business Development Mana...
Saab Australia's mixed reality development team have been working very hard to produce a range of interactive displays for #Pacific2017. Leon Chea from our mixed reality development solutions talks about the battlespace planning work we’ve developed for the Royal Australian Airforce and the mixed reality demonstrations of our products on show at #Pacific2017 Read more: http://bit.ly/2xHu0sK
Saab Australia's Marketing Communication Manager, David Ledger welcomes visitors to Saab's stand at Pacific 2017 next week to see how ground breaking ideas for existing technology and pioneering innovations are developed for the naval market. On display, visitors will find a range of products and solutions from Australia and the company’s operations across the globe.
On this day 1967 Saab Viggen made its maiden flight with our chief test pilot Erik Dahlström behind the stick. Viggen was a powerful machine, a state of the art fighter system of its time and the backbone of the Swedish Air Force during decades. It was delivered to the Swedish Air Force in 1971 and was in active service as a fighter until 2005. Here’s our tribute to the mighty Viggen.