In recent days Saab has contract with siglatoun Pilatus Aircraft on the provision of mission systems for aircraft Pilatus PC-21. The order has a value of approximately 100 MSEK and covers the development, the adaptation and delivery of a computerized mission software and digital map features intended for the advanced trainer aircraft produced by the Swiss constructor. and first deliveries are planned for 2016 and will continue for the duration of program PC-21.
In the agreement signed between the two companies are also contemplete the options for further orders that could affect other functionality and cabin systems.
"This is an agreement and a partnership of strategic importance for Saab. Both we and we have dedicated ourselves to Pilatus introduction of modern technologies that allow crews to have greater situational awareness and give a competitive edge to their aircraft,” commented Ronny Nykvist, Head of Avionics Systems from Saab.
Source: The Flight