Saab Sensis, best known for its radar-based runway safety tools, is broadening its portfolio to include system-level safety tools. “It’s a future growth area for us,” says Douglas Sweet, director of Saab Sensis advanced development. Highlighting the evolution in the company’s role is a system verification and validation task with NASA’s Langley Research Center, as well as a three-year flight-critical systems research task order contract, also with Langley. Research areas for Saab ...

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