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Saab TransponderTech sells world's first network solution

Saab TransponderTech sells world's first network solution for automatic information systems Saab TransponderTech AB has received an order to supply a network solution for an Automatic Information System (AIS) that will provide coverage for Sweden's entire coastline. The order has been placed by Telia Mobile, which operates Sweden's AIS coastal network. Saab TransponderTech has already delivered 38 base stations to Telia Mobile, to ensure complete AIS coverage of the Swedish coast. This means that Saab TransponderTech is creating the world's first national AIS network for Telia Mobile. The AIS network solution ensures that data transmitted from the base stations is forwarded efficiently to agencies such as the Swedish National Maritime Administration, the Swedish Coast Guard and the Royal Swedish Navy. Saab TransponderTech is a global leader in AIS technology, with more than 10 years' experience in the field. The Saab TransponderTech AIS system has been supplied to many countries throughout the world. Saab is northern Europe's leading high technology company, mainly active in the defense, aviation and space industry, and offers advanced products and systems based on sophisticated information technology. The business areas within Saab are Infomatics, Aerospace, Dynamics, Technical Support and Services, Space and Aviation Services. For further information, please contact: Lars Bergholtz, President, Saab TransponderTech Phone:+46 13 18 19 58 / +46 70 889 45 30 Fax:+46 13 18 23 77 e-mail: lars.bergholtz@transpondertech.se Guy Hörnfeldt, Director of Communications and PR Tel:+46 8 580 853 70 / +46 70 325 53 70 Fax:+46 8 580 872 16 e-mail: guhoe@infomatics.saab.se www.saab.se ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by BIT http://www.bit.se The following files are available for download: http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2001/01/16/20010116BIT00240/bit0001.doc http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2001/01/16/20010116BIT00240/bit0002.pdf