Adaptable Software At Heart Of Future Gripen

Gripen E
The Swedish Air Force plans to integrate standoff missiles, while Saab’s Electronic Attack Jammer Pod, pictured on the outer wing pylon, could bolster Gripen E survivability in hostile airspace.
Credit: Per Kustvik/Saab
With flight-test activities spanning two hemispheres, development of Saab’s next-generation Gripen is gaining momentum. Four years after its first flight, the aircraft is expected to pass Swedish military certification hurdles, the Brazilian Air Force will take delivery of its first Gripen for...

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