Meet Saab in Seoul at ADEX 2015

Defence and security company Saab will attend the Seoul International Aerospace and Defence Exhibition (ADEX) from 20-25 October 2015. Saab will display its skills and capabilities across all domains, with advanced products for defence, civil security and communications.

At ADEX 2015 Saab is proud to present its wide range of systems and solutions for the air, land and sea domains. Saab’s trusted and reliable products are backed by a unique mix of high technology, proven effectiveness and lower costs.

Saab operates in every area of national defence and security, answering operational needs from the highest mountain ranges,down to the littoral environment and far beyond the horizon. Saab is a reliable partner that seeks to put technology transfer at the heart of its cooperation with customers like the Republic of Korea. Saab is committed to meeting the Republic of Korea’s requirements for military and civil development based on real partnership and clear return-on-investment.

To support and promote Saab’s existing relationships with the Republic of Korea Dan Enstedt, president and CEO of Saab Asia Pacific, will be attending ADEX.

“ADEX is a great opportunity for us to showcase our complete portfolio of solutions for the Republic of Korea. By strengthening ties with the Korean defence industry, Saab is supporting the country’s goals for a safer future. Together, we are developing innovative ideas and facilitating the development of tomorrow’s advanced weapon systems,” says Dan Enstedt, president and CEO of Saab Asia Pacific.

Saab’s focus areas at ADEX2015 will include:

Arthur – Since 2009 the Republic of Korea Army has protected the nation with Saab’s Arthur, a mobile weapons-location radar system designed for continuous, tactical use on the front-line.

AESA radar technology – Saab is one of the world’s leading radar suppliers with more than 30 years of active electronically-scanned antenna (AESA) radar design experience.

Electronic warfare - Saab’s electronic warfare (EW) systems provide signals intelligence giving exceptional situational awareness as well as self-protection systems ensuring mission success.

Ground Launched Small Diameter Bomb - Developed in partnership with Boeing, the GLSDB is a flexible, precise and innovative weapon. It is a long-range precision attack solution that widens the capabilities of armed forces.

Carl Gustaf M4 - The new lightweight Carl-Gustaf M4 is the next evolutionary step in the development of Saab's multi-role, portable weapon systems.

“Saab is a world-class defence engineering company. Our prime objective is to become a preferred supplier for the Korean armed forces. In terms of developing local weapon systems, the Republic of Korea is looking for partners and Saab can definitely play a strategic role in certain technology areas. By building successful partnerships, our ‘thinking edge’ philosophy delivers new and innovative technologies that Korean forces can rely on,” says Håkan Borin, country manager at Saab Korea.

ADEX 2015 will take place at the Seoul Airport exhibition site, from 20 to 25 October 2015. Please visit Saab in Hall E, Stand 50.

For more information and details on Saab’s participation or products at ADEX 2015, please visit http://saab.com/seouladex.

For all media inquiries during the show, please contact Saab’s press officer at ADEX 2015:

Jenny Nilsson, +46 734 181 993, jenny.nilsson@saabgroup.com.  

For further information, please contact:

Saab Press Centre,

+46 (0)734 180 018,

presscentre@saabgroup.com

Lena Pellebergs

Head of Communication Saab Asia Pacific

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Saab serves the global market with world-leading products, services and solutions within military defence and civil security. Saab has operations and employees on all continents around the world. Through innovative, collaborative and pragmatic thinking, Saab develops, adopts and improves new technology to meet customers’ changing needs.