On 5th December, Saab Training Systems in Huskvarna, Sweden, signed a contract with the Ministry of Defense in Slovenia for an instrumented training system. The order includes a mobile CTC (Combat Training Center) and equipment for training in urban environments.
“We are very proud that the Slovenian Armed Forces have selected Saab as their partner for the establishment of the Combat Training Center. This contract strengthens our position as Europe’s leading supplier of advanced military training systems. We also expect that the cooperation with the professional Slovenian Armed Forces will provide vital input for further enhancements of the system’s capabilities, performance and functions,“ says Johan Ohlson, CEO of Saab Training Systems.
The contract includes systems for tactical training for mechanized units in open and urban terrain. It also includes simulation of combat service support elements and equipment that facilitates interoperability with other simulator systems to enable joint exercises with other nations.
Saab Training Systems develops manufactures and markets advanced military training materiel such as laser simulator systems, instrumented training systems and services such as servicing and maintenance of supplied systems.
Saab is one of the world’s leading high-technology companies, with its main operations focusing on defence, aviation and space. The group covers a broad spectrum of competence and capabilities in systems integration.