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Saab’s strong presence at IMDEX 2019 in Singapore, 14-16 May, will underline its long-standing commitment to the Republic of Singapore and to support its growing business across the entire region, the company stated on 6 May.

Saab is utterly unique in the naval domain [….] We are the only company with the in-house skills to deliver advanced combat vessels and submarines plus all of the weapons, sensors, fire control and C2 [command and control] systems that complete the maritime battlespace. Saab also develops, supplies and sustains all the essential enabling systems on land and in the air that ensure a full-spectrum naval defence and security capability,” observed Head of Saab Asia Pacific, Dean Rosenfield. “Singapore is our home in Asia Pacific and we have a long and successful relationship with our customers here. We are also active in almost every other nation across the region as a key component of their naval operations. IMDEX is an important forum for us to demonstrate how we at Saab get close to our customers, support them and stand alongside them for the long term.”

Products and solutions from the company’s portfolio on show at IMDEX will include:

Next-generation Warship and Submarine Technology: Saab is building the A26 – the world’s most modern conventional submarine – eminently suited to global operations but, as a modular design, it can also be closely tailored to the specific needs of individual nations. Saab’s next-generation corvette brings the same level of advanced technology and smart design to the surface fleet;

Combat and Patrol Boats: Saab’s proven and trusted Combat Boat 90 (CB 90) and Patrol Boat (INTERCEPTOR) families are in service with navies and coast guards worldwide. These fast, agile craft can be integrated with numerous advanced systems from Saab to enhance littoral capabilities;

Naval Combat Systems, Missiles and Radars: Saab can deliver the complete range of naval warfare capabilities, including the 9LV combat management system, SEA GIRAFFE radar, CEROS and EOS fire control systems, electronic warfare and TactiCall communications - all fully integrated with every class of vessel;

The Saab Lightweight Torpedo (SLWT): securing littoral supremacy, SLWT is an anti-submarine warfare (ASW) solution that gives total control to naval forces worldwide. It is based on over 100 years’ underwater systems experience, providing best-in-class capabilities today, and ready for the challenges of tomorrow;

GlobalEye: Saab’s revolutionary multi-role airborne surveillance system, with its all-new ERIEYE ER radar, advanced C4I and multi-mission capabilities, uniquely combines the roles of airborne early warning and control, maritime patrol and ground surveillance, all in a single platform;

Advanced UAV Systems: unmanned aerial systems (UAS), such as the SKELDAR V-200, are becoming a core component of modern naval operations. Saab, together with its partner UMS Skeldar, has a leading role in the provision of next-generation systems like the rotary-wing V-200, and the essential integration of these systems into the operational networks at sea;

ROV and AUV Systems: Saab is a leader in remotely-operated vessels (ROV) and autonomous underwater vessels (AUV) for complex missions. The company’s unique Multi-Shot Mine Neutralisation System (MuMNS) shows how reliable and adaptable vehicles can be used in multiple roles, including live operational mine clearance, peacetime operations against historical ordnance, mine investigation and underwater demolitions;

Vessel Traffic and Port Management Systems: Saab’s range of vessel traffic and port management systems control harbours of all sizes and complex traffic flows in waterways and coastal regions, securing safe travel and economic growth.

The A26 submarine, with its advanced features and complex design, is a core component of Saab’s multi-faceted maritime capability. (Image: Saab)

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