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Training solutions gaining confidence on a global level

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In today's rapidly evolving security landscape, the importance of effective military training and simulation solutions cannot be overstated. Among the leading companies in this field stands Saab, the Swedish defense company renowned for its commitment to innovation and excellence. With a legacy spanning decades and a global footprint, Saab's Training and Simulation capabilities have become indispensable tools for defense forces worldwide.

Saab offers a comprehensive suite of training solutions designed to enhance readiness, effectiveness, and efficiency. Key characteristics to achieve this is to offer systems that enables full interoperability and realism to ensure effective training operations.

In recent years, Saab's Training and Simulation solutions have seen significant uptake on the global stage. With new contracts spanning across continents, Saab has established itself as a trusted provider of military training capabilities for defense forces around the world.


Saab’s Live training customers exceeds today more than 35 nations, including multiple NATO members in Europe as well as the U.S. Saab is also able to support on-site, with support sites established in multiple nations around Europe and in Northern America. One major example is s the current operations on German Army Combat Training Centre GÜZ.

Delivering interoperability in multiple contracts

Saab’s latest contracts includes U.S. Marine Corps, where Saab is delivering a turnkey next-generation live training equipment, with included logistics and training exercise support. Deliveries are ongoing with very positive feedback reported in media. This contract was signed in 2021 and in recent years also RNLA (Royal Netherland Army) and Polish Armed Forces, Finland and Sweden made major investments in developing their Live Training capabilities and thereby ensuring interoperability with NATO and other allied nations.

U.S. warfighter using Saab's live training solution in exercise.

Another recent contract is for the Norwegian Armed Forces, a customer for Saab’s training solutions since 2004. The new contract includes support, service and maintenance for the Combat Training Centre at Rena in southeastern Norway. This support is part of the possibility to execute the recent Nordic Response 2024 exercise in Northern Europe.

Austria is another nation that continues to invest in Saab’s training solutions. In the end of 2023 they placed an order to expand their current live training as well as live fire training setup. The latest order includes Infantry Target Systems (LOMAH) in addition to vehicle simulators, soldier kits and base stations.

Looking ahead, Saab remains poised for further expansion in the training and simulation market. With ongoing investments in research and development, as well as strategic collaborations with industry partners and defense agencies, the company is well-positioned to meet the evolving needs of defense forces in the 21st century. As threats continue to evolve and technology advances at an unprecedented pace, Saab stands ready to continue to empower defense forces with the training and simulation solutions they need to stay confident.