Integrated CBRN solutions
Given the very serious danger posed
by a chemical, biological, radio-
logical and nuclear (CBRN) attack to
civilian populations and the military
alike, it is imperative to have early
warning in an effort to contain or
limit the threat.
Sweden-based Saab offers an innovative
range of integrated CBRN solutions.
With extensive experience and
by developing new ideas to meet
customer needs, Saab can supply
the tools to detect, identify and dis-
pose of threats, train and provide
the necessary support.
According to Nils-Erik Lindblom, director of
marketing and sales, Saab’s CBRN
automatic warning and reporting
(AWR) system provides a consoli-
dated threat picture. “Being able
to detect, identify, monitor, warn
and report, the AWR limits the
need for specialist CBRN person-
nel to be deployed on a large scale
throughout the operational forces.
It therefore reduces training and
management costs,” he stated.
Based on an open architecture,
the AWR allows users to include sen-
sors from other manufacturers and
to change sensor configuration as
the threat scenario develops over
time. Its competitive advantage lies
in the fact that it can be installed in
headquarters, vehicles and even
handheld computers. SA Artillery