Saab news and press releases that matter to Australia.
Saab Australia (Saab), Leidos Australia (Leidos), SeeByte and Sonartech Atlas have today announced their partnership, bidding for the delivery of the SEA 1905 Tranche 1 - Maritime Mine Countermeasures and Military Survey program.
Centring on the club’s long-running Community Youth Program, the partnership with Saab Australia will see Saab graduates attend schools with Port Adelaide players and staff of the club’s not-for-profit community arm - Power Community Limited - to deliver interactive STEM lessons.
Saab Australia will further secure its commitment to Australia with a multi-million dollar development expanding its national facility near Adelaide. This is part of Saab’s internationalisation strategy, focused in selected countries such as Australia, to become a multi-domestic company.
Saab Australia (Saab), global leader in military defence, and Philips Australia, a global leader in health technology, today announced the signing of a contract for the delivery of innovative healthcare solutions as part of Australia’s deployable
health capability (DHC) program, Joint Program 2060 Phase 3 (JP2060Ph3).
Security and integration specialist Saab Australia (Saab) has won top honours at the Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL) Awards held on Wednesday 27 October.
As the prime delivering the new Deployable Health Capability to the ADF under Joint Project 2060, Saab Australia is taking the next step in establishing a local consortium that combines the best Australian experience and knowledge available in the broader capability of deployable infrastructure.
Saab Australia (Saab) has moved a step closer to delivery of Australia’s deployable health capability (JP2060 Phase 3) with the signing of an AUD 8.28 million contract with key technology supplier and capability partner, Marshall.
Saab Australia (Saab) has awarded technology innovator and
South Australian SME, Micro-X, a $1.3m contract for the
supply of mobile x-ray technology into the nation’s Deployable
Saab Australia (Saab) has selected New South Wales SME Global Defence Solutions (GDS) as the preferred soft shelter supplier for JP2060 Phase 3, Australia’s Deployable Health Capability (DHC) program.
Saab Australia has signed contracts worth up to $20 million to provide the Royal Australian Navy with the latest generation anti-submarine warfare (ASW) training system – the AUV62-AT – and five years’ in-service support.