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Saab to showcase Maritime Live Training at IMDEX Asia

Saab will showcase its Maritime Live Training solution at the upcoming IMDEX Asia 2023, the premier international maritime defence exhibition and conference in Asia Pacific.

Maritime Live Training is a comprehensive system that enables realistic and immersive training scenarios for naval forces in various domains, such as anti-submarine warfare, mine countermeasures, surface warfare, and amphibious operations. The system consists of several components, such as:

  • Live training vessels equipped with sensors, weapons, and communication systems that simulate real-world scenarios and threats.
  • Underwater and surface targets that mimic submarines, mines, boats, and aircraft.
  • Mobile and fixed command and control stations that provide exercise planning, execution, monitoring, and debriefing capabilities.
  • A network of acoustic and radio links that enable data transmission and feedback between the participants and the instructors.

Maritime Live Training allows naval forces to train in a realistic and cost-effective way, enhancing their readiness and interoperability. The system can be customized and integrated with existing platforms and infrastructure and other Saab solutions, such as the 9LV combat management system, the Sea Giraffe radar family, and the RBS15 anti-ship missile.

Saab will demonstrate the Maritime Live Training solution at its booth at IMDEX Asia 2023, which will take place from 3 to 5 May at Changi Exhibition Centre in Singapore. Visitors will be able to experience a live training scenario through a virtual reality headset and interact with the system’s features and functions.

Saab is a trusted partner for many navies around the world, providing advanced solutions for maritime security and defence. Saab has a strong presence in the Asia Pacific, with offices and facilities in Australia, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam.

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