Saab to showcase defence and security product at Singapore Airshow 2024

A Saab Gripen and GlobalEye aircraft fly together.
Photo Credit: SAAB

Saab is gearing up to showcase its defence and security product lineup at the upcoming Singapore Airshow.

Saab will have a presence at stand A-E12 at Singapore Airshow 2024, which is set to take place from February 20 to 25 at the Changi Exhibition Centre.

Saab Gripen

At the forefront of Saab’s display is the Gripen, hailed as the smart fighter aircraft for 21st-century airpower.

Developed to counter and defeat advanced threats both today and tomorrow, the Gripen stands out for its unique design, enabling sustained, deployed operations with minimal support.

As a fully-interoperable element of the joint force, it promises unparalleled capabilities in modern warfare scenarios.

A Saab Gripen E fighter over the test firing range in North Sweden
Photo Credit: Saab

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GlobalEye: AEW&C Solution

Another star of the show will be the GlobalEye, touted as the world’s most advanced Airborne Early Warning & Control (AEW&C) solution.

Operating as a strategic national asset across peacetime, crisis, and conflict, GlobalEye‘s revolutionary all-domain capabilities offer simultaneous air, maritime, and ground surveillance within a single, comprehensive solution.

A Bombardier 6000 Saab GlobalEye aircraft
Photo Credit: Saab

Integrated Air Traffic Solutions (i-ATS)

Saab will also be presenting its Integrated Air Traffic Solutions (i-ATS), catering to both civil and military applications.

With fully integrated digital solutions for airports and airbases, i-ATS ensures seamless air traffic management.

Of particular note is the newly launched modular and Deployable Digital Tower (r-TWR), facilitating remote air traffic missions on established or temporary landing strips with utmost efficiency.

Advanced Radar Solutions

Saab’s radar solutions portfolio boasts a wide range of offerings, encompassing ground-based air defence, surveillance, and weapon locating capabilities.

With advanced technology at its core, these solutions are pivotal in maintaining situational awareness and safeguarding against emerging threats.

Beyond the Horizon: Ground-Based Air Defence

In addition to the showcased highlights, Saab presents a comprehensive array of ground-based air defence systems, ground combat weapons, live instrumentation training systems, and more.

These offerings continue Saab’s commitment to delivering holistic defence and security solutions tailored to diverse operational requirements.

Singapore Airshow & Asia-Pacific Market

Saab’s presence at the Singapore Airshow evidences its deep-rooted engagement with the dynamic and fast-growing Asia-Pacific market.

With Singapore serving as a strategic hub, Saab leverages its extensive experience and robust presence in the region to connect with customers and partners effectively.

Noteworthy additions to this year’s showcase include the Gripen E cockpit simulator and cutting-edge air traffic management solutions, poised to captivate visitors with their innovative capabilities.

Saab is a leading defence and security company with an enduring mission, to help nations keep their people and society safe.

Headquartered in Sweden, the company designs, manufactures and maintains advanced systems in aeronautics, weapons, command and control, sensors and underwater systems. It has major operations all over the world and is part of the domestic defence capability of several nations.

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Saab will have a presence at this month's Singapore Airshow 2024; showcasing the Gripen fighter and GlobalEye AEW&C aircraft.
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