Saab selected for CV90 electronics
Saab has announced that it has signed a four year agreement with BAE Systems in Örnsköldsvik which will see the company deliver automotive electronics for 144 Norwegian CV90 infantry fighting vehicles. The company announced the contract, worth SEK 131 million, 29 June 2012.
BAE Systems in Örnsköldsvik is delivering the CV90 upgrade programme to the Norwegian Armed Forces. This agreement with Saab includes the supply of automotive electronics for displaying vehicle, command and sensor information. The deliveries include a computer network and operator displays as well as digital video systems with cameras.
The announcement follows the news that Saab is to also provide the sight and fire control system Universal Tank and Anti-Aircraft Sight (UTAAS) for the CV90, announced 28 June 2012. This latest agreement will cover the period 2013-2016.
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