Saab Wins New Zealand's Tactical Engagement Simulation System Contract

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Saab Wins New Zealand's Tactical Engagement Simulation System Contract
Saab Receives New Zealand'sTactical Engagement Simulation System Contract

Saab has won a contract to deliver a high fidelity laser-based Tactical Engagement Simulation System to New Zealand Army.

The Saab has received the first contract under five year agreement that it had signed with New Zealand Army. This initial order will provide the army with technically advanced training system.

“We look forward to work closely with the New Zealand Army to enhance its training outcomes. We are proud to deliver this significant training system to the New Zealand Army, which will now lead the region in the employment of advanced laser-based tactical engagement systems to support training,” Saab Australasia Head of Training and Simulation, Inger Lawes said.

“With this agreement and order for training systems, the New Zealand Army will have a live training system that will improve their training capability. We deliver a modern system that enables a wide range of training scenarios and the highest realism. This order further strengthens our market position within this field”, says Åsa Thegström, head of business unit Training & Simulation within business area Dynamics.

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