The R6 NEO system is Saab's latest navigation system designed to meet the Neopanamax requirements, offering SOLAS-approved inertial navigation capabilities powered by gyro and accelerometers to provide extreme navigation accuracy under challenging conditions when GNSS signal is lost.
The R6 Supreme AIS/VDES is type approved for AIS and prepared for future VDES functionality with its new state-of-the-art Software Defined Radio providing an outstanding AIS sensitivity of - 118 dBm.
The R6 VDES PAYLOAD, a satellite-based VHF Data Exchange System (VDES) In-Orbit Demonstrator (IOD), is in the development phase, currently undergoing trials through various testbed projects, Its maiden launch into space was on November 11, 2023, carried by the Falcon-9, Transporter-9 rocket, departed from SpaceX located at Vandenberg Space Force base in California, USA. The satellite is now in transfer to reach its operating altitude of 640 km where it will be deployed.
R5 RIC - Radar Interface Computer
The R5 RIC( Radar Interface Computer) offers state-of-the-art signal acquisition and processing capabilities, enabling the generation of high-resolution digital radar video. Its versatile platform is equipped with flexible interfaces, accommodating radar systems from a diverse range of manufacturers.
R4A MkII and R5A
In maritime environments, AIS technology proves to be an invaluable asset for all aircraft. Our certified airborne AIS transponders deliver exceptional performance and unwavering reliability.
R60 VDES Base Station
The R60 VDES Base Station, Saab's cutting-edge base station, is purpose-built for both fixed shore and offshore setups. It offers robust support for the latest VDES standard, encompassing traditional AIS functionality while introducing an impressive array of innovative features.
The R6 NAV system is self-monitoring and extremely user friendly. It utilizes the highly versatile R6 Supreme AIS/VDES CDU and represents one of the most flexible navigation systems on the market.
R60 Aids-to-Navigation (AtoN) Station
The R60 Aids-to-Navigation (AtoN) Station is designed for marking offshore maritime installations, such as wind energy farms, navigational aids and hazards.
Maritime Traffic Management has moved
The Maritime Traffic Management Department that used to be part of Saab now operates as a separate company, Tidalis. Same ship, same crew now sailing under a new flag. Click here to transfer to the Tidalis website.