Defence and security company Saab is proud to participate in London’s Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) exhibition from 15-18 September 2015.
At DSEI 2015 Saab will exhibit its full range of capabilities across the air, land and sea sectors to show how its broad portfolio of advanced, integrated solutions come together to meet the needs of the most demanding customer.
There will be a strong emphasis on Saab products and solutions for the land and maritime domains including air surveillance and air defence, ground combat, manned and unmanned underwater systems, missile systems, maritime patrol and surveillance, command and control, training and simulation.
“DSEI is an event where the world comes to do business so it’s a great opportunity for Saab to show customers what we can do across the air, land and sea domains. We feel at home in London. Saab chose to put the headquarters of its largest market area here; we’re here to stay and we’re here to grow. The UK is a country that understands and appreciates advanced technology, and we already have key UK partners on many of our core programmes. This is one reason why DSEI in London is such a great arena for Saab,” says Magnus Lewis-Olsson, head of Market Area Europe Middle East and Africa, Saab.
“When it comes to identifying threats, seconds count. To make the right decisions, you need confidence in the information you receive. Through working with Saab, you can be assured that the information you need is available and reliable. From radars and command and control, to ground combat systems, vehicles and training, we are the ideal partner to support soldiers, sailors and aircrew – especially when the pressure is on,” says Claes-Peter Cederlöf, head of country unit UK, Saab.
Visit Saab at DSEI, Stand 230, Hall N2 at ExCel London
Senior Saab executives will host three press briefings during DSEI to present news and updates on key products and capabilities.
Saab DSEI Press Events
11:00 Tuesday 15 September
Saab Naval Capabilities
Gunnar Wieslander, head of Saab business unit Saab Kockums will talk about Saab’s new naval manufacturing business that is now building the A26 next-generation submarine for Sweden.
11:00 Wednesday 16 September
Saab Ground Combat Capabilities And Underwater Systems
Görgen Johansson, head of Saab Business Area Dynamics, and his team will provide the latest information on Saab’s AT4CS, Carl-Gustaf and NLAW infantry weapons, missile systems like the new GLSDB, plus new developments in the field of unmanned underwater vehicles.
11:00 Thursday 17 September
Saab Surface Radar Capabilities
Micael Johansson, head of Saab Business Area Electronic Defence Systems will present Saab’s expanding family of ground-based radar solutions and discuss an entirely new level of counter-UAS capabilities that Saab has now demonstrated.
All press briefings will be held on the Saab Stand (No. 230, Hall N2).
For all media inquiries during the show please contact Saab’s press officer at DSEI:
Saab products on display at DSEI include:
9LV, 9AirTOCCS and TactiCall command, control, and communications systems
Automatic Identification System (AIS) solutions
AT4CS, Carl-Gustaf M3, Carl-Gustaf M4, NLAW and MAPAM ground combat systems, plus ammunition and training systems
AUV62, Sea-Eagle and WBIED unmanned underwater systems
A26 next-generation submarine
Barracuda Mobile Camouflage System
Erieye Airborne Early Warning & Control system
Giraffe surface radar systems
Gripen advanced multi-role combat aircraft
Ground Launched Small Diameter Bomb (GLSB) precision strike system
Maritime Patrol Aircraft (Saab 2000MPA)
Maritime Surveillance Aircraft (Saab 340MSA)
Multi-Function Consoles (MFC)
RBS15 anti-ship and land-attack missile
RBS 70NG surface-to-air missile system
SAVIT and Gamer Manpack 300 training and simulation systems
For further information, please contact:
Saab Press Centre,
+46 (0)734 180 018,
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Saab serves the global market with world-leading products, services and solutions ranging from military defence to civil security. Saab has operations and employees on all continents and constantly develops, adopts and improves new technology to meet customers’ changing needs.