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MARITIME TRANSPORTATION AND PORT SECURITY

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Unmanned Systems

Skeldar is a versatile system for a wide range of applications such as surveillance, identification, search & rescue and aerial photography. A number of COTS sensors and payloads are available, EO/IR, SAR, megaphone and searchlight.

The control station has an easy to use man-machine interface and is designed for easy integration with other hardware platforms. The VTOL system is fully autonomous and represents a new generation of UAV system prepared for certification according to airworthiness regulations.

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Skeldar V-200 Civil security
Skeldar V-200 Civil Security
Multi-Source Intelligence Cell, MSIC
Skeldar UAS Control Station
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Saab has extensive experience of how to optimize and secure flows at sea and in port. We offer solutions for coastal surveillance, port security, vessel management and search and rescue as well as net centric solutions for ports.  

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