New Delhi: The RBS 70 NG, a versatile, unjammable and man-portable missile system developed by SAAB for all combat situations, the BAMSE SRSAM System, all-weather Automatic Command to Line-of-Sight missile system, and the Carl Gustaf M3 Weapon System will be on display at the Saab pavilion of DefExpo.
The company which has been partnering with Indian companies like Tech Mahindra, Pipavav, HAL, QuEST etc also has AT4 CS Anti Structure Weapon, Land Electronic Defence System, Giraffe AMB Radar to boast of.
For navy Saab is displaying the AUV 62 MR an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle, designed for autonomous long term missions and RBS 15 Mk3 and UME/SME 200. In the Air domain the company has a range of surveillance aircraft such as 9Airborne MMS and IDAS to show.
“Defexpo 2014 will be an opportunity to meet Indian stakeholders from government, defence forces, homeland security, research, technology and industry. The main theme for Saab for this Defexpo is Teaming up with India. Saab believes in partnerships – A combination of smart ideas, local knowledge and close relationships with Indian companies forms the basis of Saab’s thinking edge, and opens the door for innovation and new technologies,” said Lars-Olof Lindgren, Head of Market Area of the company.
Saab’s Sea Giraffe AMB Radar recently received its official designation from the US Navy as AN/SPS-77 (V)1.Partnering with General Dynamics, Bath Iron Works and Austal, SDAS is responsible for integrating the AN/SPS-77 radar into the USS Independence and other ships of the US Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Independence variant program.