Saab has signed a framework agreement with the Swedish Defense Materiel Administration (FMV) for military exercise and simulator systems and has received the first orders within the new agreement. The total order value of these is approximately SEK 340 million and deliveries will take place in 2023-2025.
The orders, which were booked in the third quarter of 2022, include training and simulator systems for anti-tank weapons, vehicle and soldier systems and all necessary peripherals. Saab and FMV have also signed a three-year framework agreement for military exercise and simulator systems with a potential order value of up to an additional approximately SEK 110 million.
– We look forward to continuing to support the Armed Forces with our exercise systems. By functioning and acting as sharp systems, the user receives the best possible training for future assignments. Our training systems are interoperable, which is a prerequisite for training with other countries, says Åsa Thegström, head of Saab’s business unit Training & Simulation.
Through innovative use of technology and a proven training philosophy, Saab can offer realistic military training systems that enable joint exercises with other countries’ defense forces.