Saab Seaeye is the world’s largest manufacturer of electric underwater robotic systems.
Founded in 1986 our elite technological environment continues to inspire pioneering technology that leads the industry with innovative solutions trusted to perform complex tasks in the most hostile environments on the planet.
A wholly owned subsidiary of Saab, we have facilities in the UK, Sweden and the USA, along with substantial water tank and lake test facilities.
Over 80% of our systems are exported to markets that span the globe where we are represented in 25 countries.
Many different market sectors deploy our robotic systems in a vast array of demanding tasks in situations where our vehicles work tirelessly for extended periods in the most challenging conditions.
Key to our success is the reliability of our systems and the renowned support and service we offer our customers in helping find solutions to their special requirements — and afterwards being available for every moment of every day throughout the life of their vehicle, wherever it is in the world.
In a future that is electric we lead with cutting edge developments that will continue to expand the potential for electric underwater robotic systems where advances in intelligent control and miniaturisation are already creating systems that are smaller, smarter, lighter, more agile and more powerful.
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