Saab is hoping that its Rigs head-up-display will gain interest from the U.S. Army as the company pushes to boost sales in the U.S. Though the U.S. defense market is under pressure from budget cuts, the company still sees opportunity here, says John Belanger, head of communications for the Swedish company’s North America operation. “U.S. defense is still roughly 50% of the total global budget,” he says. About 80% of Saab’s business is exported from Sweden. The Rigs head-up display ...
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