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Saab's partnership with MIT is making waves in marine robotics and autonomy. Saab has partnered with the university to fund the research and tuition for three postgraduate students in MIT’s Marine Autonomy Lab. In the past year, these students have studied and advanced technologies in marine robotics technology, underwater communications and sensor and navigation algorithms. The partnership promotes innovation and education, ensuring that students can explore underwater robotics technology.
Saab, Inc. is honored that nearly 15% of our workforce has served in the United States military. We are proud to work with so many people who have dedicated their lives to the higher calling of keeping people and society safe. This Veteran’s Day, meet some of the veterans at Saab.
Hear from Saab’s Chief Strategy Officer Michael Brasseur and Chief Innovation Officer Rob Murray on Saab’s new Strategy Office, their approach to AI and machine learning, and the challenges and opportunities associated with disruptive technologies.
Saab, Inc. President & CEO, Erik Smith gave brief remarks from the press event held in our advanced manufacturing facility in Syracuse.
For hundreds of years, Sweden and the U.S. have flourished as like-minded democracies with ongoing partnerships. Learn how the long-standing cooperation between Sweden and the United States has led to innovative technological developments and other lasting benefits, from job creation to shared research initiatives.
Devaki Raj, chief digital and AI officer in Saab, Inc.’s strategy office, was invited to participate in the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs’ hearing, “Governing Artificial Intelligence (AI) Through Acquisition and Procurement.” Recognized as one of the top minds in this space, Devaki’s September 14 testimony focused specifically on government AI contracts – the challenges companies face and how different procurement processes can lead to more long-term success for government projects.
Since 1985, the AT4 anti-armor family of munitions has been a weapon of choice for the U.S. Army Infantry squad. From its initial introduction through today, the U.S. Army has played an integral part in developing the AT4 family. In the almost four decades since its inception, the AT4 has helped keep American troops safe during conflicts such as Desert Shield/Desert Storm, Iraq and Afghanistan.
Take your career to new heights. Work with purpose. Shape the future. Join a project on the cutting edge of defense technology. At Saab’s facility in West Lafayette, our team is working hard, manufacturing parts of the T-7A Red Hawk advanced jet trainer, the all-new pilot training system designed for the U.S. Air Force that will train the next generation of fighter pilots for decades to come. And we need your help! Join our team and be a part of something extraordinary.
Building upon existing AT4 support weapons, the IAM is specifically designed to combine the force of the tandem warhead with the ability to fire in narrow positions or other confined spaces without harm to the operator or nearby individuals.
In 2021, the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) contracted with Saab to provide a next-generation live training system to replace its previous live training program. Falling under Saab’s robust Training and Simulation Services Platform, the USMC Training Instrumentation Systems (MCTIS) represents an evolution in Marine Corps training, designed to prepare the next generation of Marines for combat readiness.