Saab to Exhibit Latest Products at DSEI 2017

07.09.2017 North America
Saab to Exhibit Latest Products at DSEI 2017

Saab to Exhibit Latest Products at DSEI 2017

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Defense and security company Saab will be exhibiting its formidable range of products at the Defense Security and Equipment International (DSEI) exhibition, London, England, at stand N2-230, from the 12 to 15 September. Saab’s stand will exhibit its innovative thinking through demonstrations, mini-talks, press briefings and a new format called Saab Insight on a big screen.

Targeting the air, land and sea sectors, Saab welcomes visitors to its stand to see how together design, technology and innovative thinking are overcoming barriers to mission success .

For the air sector, GlobalEye ensures a seamless knowledge of air, land and sea activity, allowing military commanders to detect and respond to threats wherever they arise. Nearby to the Saab stand, a Gripen will be on display, the first time a full scale replica of the aircraft has been at DSEI.

Ground-based operations are represented by the world-renowned Carl-Gustaf and NLAW infantry weapons, whilst a further advance in infantry support firepower is to be expected. At the center of the stand will be by a vehicle hosting a variety of Saab capabilities that include CBRN, air defense, multispectral camouflage and C2.

Maritime solutions on display show how Saab can detect, deter and protect your chosen mission platform, be it ship, submarine, or aircraft. These include the RBS15 missile, A26 submarine, naval combat systems and the underwater Multi-shot Mine Neutralization System (MuMNS) remotely operated vehicle.

Saab serves the global market with world-leading products, services and solutions within military defense and civil security. Saab has operations and employees on all continents around the world. Through innovative, collaborative and pragmatic thinking, Saab develops, adopts and improves new technology to meet customers’ changing needs.

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