Paris. 30 May 2022. Saab will be exhibiting at Hall 6, Stand H368 from 13-17 June at the Eurosatory defence exhibition, Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre, Paris. Visitors are welcome at the stand to see and learn more about Saab’s newest technologies and solutions that keep users one step ahead on the modern battlefield.
Favoured by many armed forces, NLAW, AT4 and Carl-Gustaf®, which recently secured its 15th customer for the latest M4 version, will be available to handle. Demonstrated in May 2022 to over 30 nations, visitors can come and discuss Carl-Gustaf’s new HE 448 programmable ammunition and Fire Control Device 558.
Saab will hold a press briefing on DeployNet, announced in February 2022, which bridges the military and crisis management domains. When mobile communications are unavailable, DeployNet gives the user the ability to establish rapidly a secure, high bandwidth, ruggedised, scalable 5G/LTE wireless network.
The DeployNet press briefing will be at the Saab stand on Wednesday 15 June, 11:00-12:00 and all registered media are welcome although places will be limited to 10 participants.
Revealed in May 2022, the Sirius Compact passive sensor will be shown for the first time at a global exhibition; its low size, weight and power brings greater flexibility and situational awareness to users who wish to remain undetected on the EW battlefield.
The lightweight Giraffe 1X 3D radar and unjammable RBS 70 NG air defence system will be on the stand at Eurosatory. Both are at the core of Saab’s vehicle-based MSHORAD system that was unveiled in its finalised version in March 2022.
Protection from visual and thermal detection in high-risk scenarios is increasingly important and Saab’s new Barracuda Soldier System is the latest step forward in personal camouflage.
For airborne platforms, the IDAS integrated self-protection suite brings multispectral detection and protection.
Training with the highest degree of realism, as you intend to fight, is critical to any mission. Come and learn why many countries have turned to Saab’s Training and Simulation for their Combat Training Centres and other training needs.
Finally, early warning is key in limiting the impact of CBRN threats. Saab’s Automatic Warning and Reporting system is unique and integrates Detection, Identification, Monitoring, Warning and Reporting.