Saab receives Multi-Mission Radar order from the US
Defence and security company Saab has received an order for the GIRAFFE AMB multi-mission radar system and related services from the US Department of State. The order value is MUSD 23.7 (MSEK 155).
"Saab is proud that the US Department of State has selected the Giraffe AMB to provide sense and warn capability to protect their deployed personnel from incoming threats and create superior situational awareness. We are looking forward to a continued long relationship with the US Department of State, says Micael Johansson, Senior Vice President and Head of Saab's business area Electronic Defence Systems.
The program will involve both Saab's newly acquired subsidiary Saab Sensis located in Syracuse, New York, as well as Saab in Gothenburg, Sweden. Deliveries will take place during 2012 and 2013.
The Giraffe AMB is a world leading Multi-Mission Radar System that detects enemy threats from Rocket, Artillery and Mortar attacks while simultaneously conducting Air Surveillance.
The system is part of Saab's continuously evolving radar program and provides unmatched performance for critical targets and proven reliability. Whether as a part of vital point protection or area air defence solutions, the Giraffe AMB has become the radar of choice for armed forces worldwide, including those of Sweden, France, Estonia,UK and Australia amongst others.
The combat proven Giraffe AMB, with its unique capabilities, has saved many lives during its service in different theatres around the world.
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