Banshee target drones could be used by the RN for experimentation of future sensors, weaponry and radio equipment.
DSEI 2021: On board the Saab CB90 NG
In this video, Anders Hellman, Saab VP and head of the Docksta business unit, speaks to Shephard about the new capabilities of the CB90 Next Generation (CB90 NG) on show at DSEI in London.
The company highlighted that the new craft builds on the previous generation of more than 250 boats currently in operation across the globe.
CB90 NG multi-mission interceptor craft can perform a variety of roles including search for threats, rapid deployment of troops and enemy attack, ballistic protection and more.
Saab notes that one of the main features is the Trackfire RWS integration which enhances force multiplication through reliability, hit performance and adaptable flexibility.
While the DSEI showcase it's an opportunity for Saab to engage with potential customers, the company has already delivered 18 CB90 NGs to the Swedish procurement agency.
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