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UNDERWATER SECURITY

Mine Warfare Systems

The ability to clear a path through a minefield is one of the most important tasks of a modern mine warfare unit.

Saab has more than hundred years of experience from developing underwater systems designed to secure the subsurface domain. Today, we offer a range of active countermeasures for the detection, neutralisation and destruction of mines.

Products/services in: Naval > Underwater Security > Mine Warfare Systems (3)
AUV62-MR – Autonomous underwater vehicle for enduring mine reconnaissance.
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Double Eagle MkII/III – ROV system for MCM operations.
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Double Eagle SAROV –Multi-purpose AUV/ROV system for MCM operations.
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AUV62-MR, AUV System for Mine Reconnaissance
Double Eagle MkII/III
Double Eagle SAROV
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Saab’s offering includes solutions for mine hunting, direct engagement, maritime security, underwater surveillance and unmanned missions. All of our underwater security systems are prepared for integration into a network centric environment.

Since more than 90 per cent of global trade is carried by sea, securing operations in the maritime environment poses greater challenges than ever. With Saab as your partner you will have access to a large number of systems enabling higher security and more efficient operations. What is more, you will be able to draw upon our vast experience of systems integration.

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