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North American collaboration opens new frontier for Saab
4 minAn agreement with Canadian business Tulmar Safety Systems will see production of Saab’s Barracuda Mobile Camouflage Systems (MCS) move even closer to customers in North America.
Bringing innovations to life
3 minWhen Lisa Frid's childhood dream of becoming a veterinarian didn't come true, she suddenly had to rethink her future plans. The only thing she was really sure about at the time was her great interest in math and drawing. Today, Lisa combines both of her passions in her role as a technical writer at Saab.
How big climate impact does a submarine have? Life Cycle Analysis of a generic submarine
3 minIn an ongoing business development project at Business Area Kockums, the climate impact of a submarine during its total lifetime is being studied in a Life Cycle Analysis or Life Cycle Assessment (LCA). LCA is an established method that looks at everything from raw material extraction, manufacturing processes and use, to waste management and recycling, including transport and energy consumption.
Larisa Hadzic from Saab can become the Future Female Leader of 2023
2 minLarisa Hadzic, department manager within the business unit Submarine at Saab in Malmö, is one of 75 young managers and leaders selected by Sweden’s management organization Ledarna as the female leaders of the future.
Steel Cutting Ceremony for Polish Navy’s SIGINT ship at Remontowa Shipbuilding Shipyard
2 minApril 27, the Polish Remontowa shipyard cut the first steel for a new SIGINT ship, officially beginning the production of the first vessel for the Polish Navy. In November 2022 Saab and the Polish State Treasury Armament Agency signed a contract for two Signal Intelligence ships (SIGINT) for Poland.
Bringing live training to the maritime domain
1 minSaab has for decades delivered some of the most technologically advanced and appreciated military training solutions for land forces. A natural step in the evolution is to expand the offer and enable these solutions for the maritime domain.
Saab delivers new SIGINT-ship HMS Artemis to the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration, FMV
2 min35 years after her predecessor HMS Orion, HMS Artemis was launched. Today Saab is handing her over to the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration, FMV. She will now be fitted with signal intelligence equipment under the care of the National Defence Radio Establishment (FRA).
Designing a safer future
4 minMaybe it was fate. Perhaps it was a conscious choice. Either way, the path to her role at Saab is something of a butterfly-effect story. Meet Lisa Eliasson, the curious problem-solver and UX Designer with a passion for creative design solutions.
GlobalEye – Designed for relevance
5 minOne major challenge of crises and conflicts is the ability to create credible awareness, especially as today’s operations are often multi-domain. This places extremely high demands on the systems used for providing an overall situational picture and adequate decision support. One solution that has what it takes is Saab’s Airborne Early Warning & Control solution, GlobalEye. Here you can read more about the advantages it brings to your forces – today and in the future.
Decisive combat effectiveness – unique lethality of Gripen E
7 min +As a first, the objective of your fighter system - and the men and women who operate it – is to maintain the control and integrity of your sovereign territory. To do this, the fighter needs to successfully enter and to remain alive in a highly contested, presumably hostile high threat environment, complete the tasked mission, and safely return to base.
Unique tests of the oxygen and anti-g system enables testing of Gripen F in extreme conditions
3 minThe development of Gripen F is currently in full swing at various locations, both in Sweden and Brazil. In the Life Support rig, installed in a unique high-altitude chamber at Saab in Linköping, the aircraft's systems are pushed to their limits. Everything to deliver the safest possible aircraft to the customer.
From blueprints to the deep blue sea
3 minWith a focus on learning as much as possible about mechanics, electronics, programming, and human behaviour, John Huzell now sees himself as a Swiss Army knife, excelling in many areas but not necessarily the best in one particular field. At Saab, he works at the interface between humans and technology, innovating next-generation submarines—a role where his holistic understanding comes in handy.