Saab supports Indionesia’s desire to see ‘smart investment’ in high technology industries
Saab, at stand #D095, is ready to stand as a partner for progress in Indonesia, in full accordance with the obligations of legislation such as Law No. 16/2012 and the strict observance of Indonesia’s declared procurement rules.
“Indonesia has great ambitions to develop its national industry; to build new levels of skill and capability in aerospace and defence through enhanced international cooperation,” Dan Enstedt, president and CEO of Saab Asia Pacific, informed Mönch. “Future partners like Saab must deliver true technology transfer, industrial cooperation and return-on-investment, all with the highest degree of ethics and transparency. At Saab we understand and respect these goals and we are ready to work-hand-in-hand with the Indonesian government, industry and armed forces to achieve their aims for national development.”
Saab is already working with its strategic partner in Indonesia, PT Pindad, to enhance and develop the national air defence system there. A technology transfer and industrial cooperation programme is today building new skills and capabilities in Indonesia and the two companies are ready to meet Indonesia’s future requirements for ground based air defence.
At Indo Defence 2016, Saab exhibits products and solutions from its complete product protfolio across the air, land and sea domains:
GRIPEN: Tested, proven, in production and available now, GRIPEN is an answer to Indonesia’s pressing need for effective, affordable 21st Century airpower. Saab’s full-scale GRIPEN Cockpit Simulator is operating on the stand throughout the show, giving visitors a first-hand experience of GRIPEN’s powerful operational capabilities.
GlobalEye: With its all-new ERIEYE ER radar, advanced C4I and multi-mission capabilities, GlobalEye combines the roles of airborne early warning and control (AEW&C), maritime patrol and ground surveillance all in a single platform. GlobalEye would deliver compete security and airborne awareness for Indonesia.
Advanced ground based air defence systems (GBAD): At Indo Defence Saab shows the combination of the RBS 70 NG missile system and GIRAFFE 1X AESA radar.
Naval combat systems: Saab can deliver the full spectrum of naval warfare capabilities, from missiles to sensors, all integrated with advanced combat management systems for every class of vessel. Saab is ready to provide a range of different combat systems solutuions for all of Indonesia’s future naval programmes, according to Enstedt.