Thailand has contracted Saab to upgrade the country’s national command and control system for air defense, which is based on the company’s 9AIR product. The upgrade will combine new hardware and software, Saab said. Expanding capabilities and ensuring sustainment are among the objectives. The work will take place at Saab in Jarfalla, Sweden, under a contract running until 2020. The Air Command and Control System (ACCS) has been in service with the Royal Thai Air Force since 2010. ...

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