Norway orders Saab’s training system
Saab has signed a four-year framework agreement to deliver a live fire training system for the Norwegian armed forces.
The first order from the Norwegian Defence Materiel Agency was placed in January 2019 and deliveries will take place in October 2019.
Under the contract, Saab will deliver targetry equipment such as fixed and portable target lifters, moving infantry and armoured vehicle targets, control systems and location of miss and hit sensors, which accurately record and display hits and misses.
The flexible system can be configured as per the user’s specific requirements. Training is also included for users and personnel from the customer’s technical workshops.
The contract covers training sites across Norway, from the south to the Barents Sea. Earlier, Saab has supplied target equipment to the Norwegian armed force’s multiple firing ranges.
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