Saab will be exhibiting its latest in land and naval systems at stand H7-210 with a number of renowned solutions to show and discuss. BlueBear, recently acquired by Saab, will also feature so come along to learn more about this agile systems integrator for AI-enabled autonomous and robotic systems.
NLAW, Carl-Gustaf®, AT4, Giraffe and Barracuda are some of the famous names from Saab that will be on display. Regarded as benchmarks in the ground combat, radar and signature management sectors, visitors are welcome to come and learn more about how through them Saab is helping to protect those in harm’s way.
Of particular interest will be the new Barracuda ULCAS-FSS camouflage net with unique communications capabilities, the new Giraffe 1X Deployment Set, and a new concept for a Future Operator Workspace for the 9LV naval combat system. Where drones pose a threat, Saab’s stand will be hosting Oshkosh’s Joint Lightweight Tactical Vehicle, armed with Saab’s RBS 70 NG air defence missile system, equipped inside with Saab’s vehicle electronics and protected by the Barracuda mobile camouflage system.
On show for when long range precision is required against targets shielded by terrain or against massed opponents will be the Ground Launched Small Diameter bomb developed by Saab and Boeing.
For the electronic battlefield, Saab will be displaying Arexis and the highly deployable Sirius Compact sensor for land, air and naval use.
Long before seabed critical underwater infrastructure became headline news, Saab underwater vehicles such as the Cougar XTi and Sabertooth have been working on these vital economic assets.
📌@Saab will be exhibiting its latest in land and naval systems at DSEI 2023
📌Future Operator Workspace for the 9LV naval combat system will be shown for the first time.
— Defensehere (@defensehere_en) September 7, 2023