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BeitragVerfasst: 27. Okt 2017, 12:59 

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innsbronx hat geschrieben:
Ich glaube aber sowieso, dass diese ganzen Sachen im FP Programm reine Lippenbekenntnisse sind.


Dann sind sie in 5 Jahren eh wieder weg vom Fenster und das wissen sie.


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    Urschitz meint

    So geht man mit Korruption einfach nicht um

    Kann ein Konzern bestechen, ohne dass es Bestochene gibt?

    Josef Urschitz
    23.10.2017 um 18:13

    In der Konzernzentrale des europäischen Luftfahrtkonzerns EADS (Airbus, Eurofighter) liegen die Nerven derzeit ziemlich blank: In Frankreich, Großbritannien, Deutschland und ein bisschen sogar in Österreich wird in ziemlich schweren Verdachtsmomenten ermittelt. Es geht um Untreue, Betrug, Bestechung und Korruption. Also um ein Register, das, salopp gesagt, für hundert Jahre Knast reicht. Zumindest aber für eine Milliardenstrafe gegen den Konzern.

    Erstaunlich, dass das hierzulande so stoisch zur Kenntnis genommen wird. Immerhin steht Österreich ja im Auge des Sturms. Es gilt zwar die Unschuldsvermutung, aber immerhin äußert die Münchener Staatsanwaltschaft den Verdacht, dass hiesige Entscheidungsträger beim Eurofighter-Geschäft mit zweistelligen Millionensummen bestochen worden sein könnten.

    Ja, dass alle einschlägigen Verfahren gegen hiesige Entscheidungsträger schon vor Jahren eingestellt worden sind, ist bekannt. Auch, dass es im Ausland sehr wohl schon Verurteilungen in dieser Sache gegeben hat.

    Wir stellen also fest: Beim Euofighterdeal sind möglicherweise ziemlich hohe Bestechungssummen geflossen, es gibt hierzulande aber keine Bestochenen. Seltsam, seltsam ...

    Aber keineswegs unerwartet. Ein bisschen Korruption gilt, vor allem im Militärgeschäft, ja leider immer noch als smartes Kavaliersdelikt. Für zivilisierte Verhältnisse zumindest bei künftigen Aufträgen zu sorgen wäre eine Aufgabe für die neue Regierung. Auch, wenn es hier um ein Erbe von Schwarz-Blau I geht.


"Es gilt zwar die Unschuldsvermutung, aber ..."


25. Oktober 2017



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BeitragVerfasst: 03. Nov 2017, 10:43 

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Uns ist es im Zuge der Recherchen nun gelungen, die entscheidenden Dokumente für einen bemerkenswerten, nämlich den finalen Ministerrat zur Typenentscheidung zu erhalten (siehe Dokumente als Download). Sie lassen auf einen eher sprunghaften denn sorgfältig überlegten Entscheidungsprozess schließen.



Interessantes Detail:

    Pro Typhoon, 2. Juli 2002 hat geschrieben:
    VI. Die Aufwendungen für die Nachbeschaffung von Luftraumüberwachungsflugzeugen betragen basierend auf dem Angebot der Unternehmung EADS für 24 Stück Einsitzer 1,791.088.000 Euro (ohne Abgaben). Dazu kommen die für die Einführung des Systems erforderlichen Aufwendungen (z.B. für Ausbildung, Logistik), die noch zu verhandeln sind.


    Pro Gripen, 25. Juni 2002 hat geschrieben:
    VI. Die Aufwendungen für die Nachbeschaffung von Luftraumüberwachungsflugzeugen betragen basierend auf dem Angebot der Unternehmung Saab BAE Systems für 24 Stück Einsitzer 1,560.070.000 Euro (ohne Abgaben). Dazu kommen die für die Einführung des Systems erforderlichen Aufwendungen (z.B. für Ausbildung, Logistik), die noch zu verhandeln sind.


Zuletzt geändert von theoderich am 04. Nov 2017, 18:26, insgesamt 2-mal geändert.

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BeitragVerfasst: 03. Nov 2017, 20:00 

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Wenn man den Bericht des Addendum liest, muss jeden normal denkenden Bürger das Messer im Sack aufgehen.
Die Unverfrorenheit von einer langfristigen kostengünstigen Lösung für den Staatsbürger entgegen den Eurofighter
zu faseln, anstatt dessen in Wirklichkeit nur eine Parteivorgabe einzulösen welche zusätzliche Milliardenbeträge den Steuerzahler kosten würde, ist nicht nur Lüge sondern eventuell schon ein Fall für das Strafgericht.


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em hat geschrieben:
Wenn man den Bericht des Addendum liest, muss jeden normal denkenden Bürger das Messer im Sack aufgehen.
Die Unverfrorenheit von einer langfristigen kostengünstigen Lösung für den Staatsbürger entgegen den Eurofighter
zu faseln, anstatt dessen in Wirklichkeit nur eine Parteivorgabe einzulösen welche zusätzliche Milliardenbeträge den Steuerzahler kosten würde, ist nicht nur Lüge sondern eventuell schon ein Fall für das Strafgericht.

Hast ja recht, bloß,wer klagt?

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BeitragVerfasst: 04. Nov 2017, 18:34 

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Mich irritieren die Angebotspreise in den Ministerratsvorträgen. Wie kann es sein, dass das Angebot für 24 "Gripen" um 231 Mio. EUR oder 12,89 % billiger war, als das von EADS für 24 "Eurofighter"?

SAAB/BAE Systems hat in den 1990er-Jahren ein IRST für den "Gripen" entwickelt.:


Vier Jahre später war in einer Präsentation des Unternehmens auf der SIAE 2005, die über das Testprogramm Aufschluss gab, nur vom Zielbehälter Litening III die Rede, der sich damals in der Erprobung befand:


Interessanterweise wird in einer Publikation des Konsortiums von 2002 die Firma ZEISS als Lieferant eines "FLIR/Laser Designator Pod" genannt:

    Gripen Supplier Team, in: GRIPEN NEWS. The Magazine of Gripen International, 2002-3

    Zitat:
    Considering Saab Aerospace’s Primary role, and with Volvo Aero (engine), Ericsson Microwave (radar and systems computer), and Saab Avionics (Color displays, advanced EW and flight controls), Swedish industry has a very prominent role in the Gripen program. It should be recognized however, that there is also a major contribution from a wide range of suppliers in other countries, including: the UK, USA, France, Germany and South Africa.

    Alongside the Swedish suppliers and systems, major elements for the Gripen have been sourced from five countries, as follows:

      United Kingdom

        Ejection Seats – Martin Baker
        Landing Gear – A P Precision Hydraulics
        Hydraulic System – Smiths Aerospace
        Environmental Control System – Hymatic Engineering
        Secondary Power Systems – Smiths Aerospace and TRW/Lucas
        Stick and Throttle – Page Aerospace
        On Board Oxygen Generating System – Honeywell

      USA

        Engine – General Electric (in partnership with Volvo Aero)
        Auxiliary Power Unit – Hamilton-Sundstrand
        Head-Up Display – Kaiser Optronic
        Landing Gear Wheels – Goodyear
        Braking System – Aircraft Braking System Corporation
        Flight Control Computer – BAE SYSTEMS
        Inertial Navigation System – Honeywell
        Air Data Computer – Honeywell
        Drop Tanks – Sargent Fletcher
        Canopy – Pilkington

      France

        Fuel System – Intertéchnique
        Ejector Release Units – Alkan
        Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) – Thales

      Germany

        27-mm Cannon – Mauser-Werke
        Digital Radios – Rohde & Schwarz
        FLIR/Laser Designator Pod – Zeiss

      South Africa

        Audio Management System – Avitronics/Grintek
        Stores Pylons – Denel Aviation
        Main Landing Gear Unit – Denel Aviation
        Rear Fusealage Section – Denel Aviation


    A new Precision Weapon and Targeting Capability, in: GRIPEN NEWS. The Magazine of Gripen International, 2002-3

    Zitat:
    The first Laser Guided Bomb (LGB) to be dropped by a Gripen will be a 2,000-lb GBU-10 Paveway II, released in a separation test over the Vidsel ranges in northern Sweden. Further unguided drops will clear the 500-lb GBU-12 and 1,000-lb GBU-16 variants. The first full end-to-end LGB test, will use the onboard laser designation pod (LDP) to accurately guide GBU-12 and GBU-16 bombs to their targets.

    The Gripen precision weapons System is built around the latest version of the Zeiss Optronics Litening laser Designation and sensor pod. In fact, a dedicated version of the Litening III system has been developed for the Gripen, as the Litening G-III. This 210-kg pod offers a dual wavelength laser designator/ranger (including an ‘eye-safe’ training mode), a laser target marker (that is NVG compatible), a high-resolution CCD TV for daytime imaging and a night/adverse-weather Forward Looking Infra-red (FLIR) functioning in the 3-5 μ band.

    The FLIR has a 640 x 512 pixel Array with three selectable fields of view, and can be used for targeting and navigation. The Litening G-III takes Advantage of the Gripen’s purpose-built digital architecture, to fully integrate an LDP that has greater range and better image processing capability than any rival system.

    A major milestone on the Gripen/Litening integration process was reached in September 2002, when a pod simulator was incorporated in the wider Gripen simulation architecture. Tunnel testing and weapons separation analysis had been ongoing throughout 2002 and were completed that same month. Another milestone came just before Christmas 2002 when the first Litening LDP was attached to a Gripen during ground trials. Over the course of three days the first NATO-standard pylons were delivered from Denel in South Africa, then the associated handling equipment arrived from Sweden’s Aerotech Telub, and the next day the new pod was attached to the aircraft.

    The first Gripen to fly with an LDP system (for environmental testing) was 39-101, which took to the air on 7 February 2003. As this aircraft had already been fitted with the NATO-compatible pylons that are being incorporated on all export Gripens (and Sweden’s own JAS 39 aircraft) this flight also marked the first for the Gripen with NATO weapons system capability.

    The precision weapons system team is working together with the Gripen stores combination clearance group to qualify the increasing range of Gripen weapons options. Before the first Separation tests are performed the clearance group carries out all the necessary captive carry test flying to open up the Basic flight envelope. The LDP is carried on the Gripen’s No. 4 hardpoint, a ‘shoulder’ station that is opposite the aircraft’s 27-mm cannon. Because of this vibration testing during gun firing will be an early test point.

    Throughout the rest of 2003 and into 2004 the precision weapons system test team will continue their hardware and software development, leading to the final operational software that will allow Gripen pilots to use the Litening pod and deliver LGBs from medium and high altitudes. This key precision-guided munitions capability will be ready and in place for the Hungarian Air
    Force – the first export customer to receive its Gripen aircraft. At that Point the LDP/LGB combination will be available to all Gripen users.

    The Gripen also has the ability to Display the raster FLIR imagery from the Litening pod on the aircraft’s Head-up Display (HUD) (or cockpit MFDs), as a support system to aid low-level flight. The same sensor systems found in the LDP may be used to provide an expanded reconnaissance and surveillance capability, or new targeting functions such as air-to-air target detection and tracking.



P.S.: Noch ein paar Sachen von der SAAB-Marketingkampagne, die ich aufgestöbert habe:

    Gripen News, 1997-1 hat geschrieben:
    AUSTRIAN PILOTS BEGIN GRIPEN FLIGHT EVALUATION

    A pre-evaluation team from Austria has been to Linköping to fly the Gripen. Two pilots made four sorties each in the front seat of the two-seat Gripen. Among the features that the Austrian pilots got first-hand experience of were a quick turn-around between missions, according to Ola Rignell, the Saab pilot who went along in the rear seat.


    ”We also performed an air-to-air mission with four Viggen fighters flying different patterns as targets, to show some of what the radar is capable of.”

    Austria is looking for a replacement for the Saab Draken fighters that are in use by the air defence today.

    ”You can´t compare Draken and Gripen. Gripen is a fourth-generation fighter and it is very competitive,” says Brig. Gen. Erich Wolf, one of the Austrian pilots who has flown all of the contenders in the Austrian fighter replacement programme.

    ”We had very specific requests in the evaluation and the people at Saab have been very flexible and friendly, the programme has been organized perfectly.”



    Zeltweg Spectacular (Gripen News, 1997-3)

    Zitat:
    With Swiss, Italian and Russian display teams, several more from Austria and of course Gripen present, some 150–200,000 people showed up during a weekend in June.

    One of many important visitors was Austrian Defense Minister Werner Fasslabend, who took the time to sit in the Gripen cockpit. He was shown how Gripen´s advanced cockpit layout is designed with the pilot in mind and how fourth-generation computers are used to provide just the right information needed in any given situation, no more and no less.

    None of the contenders for a future fighter procurement in Austria was invited to do a flying display but the aircraft on the ground gained a lot of Attention from the audience. The Gripen aircraft at Zeltweg carried the Swedish Air Force aircraft designation number 35, which can be seen as a tribute to the Austrian Air Force that currently operates Saab 35 Drakens.

    Zitat:
    During a press conference at the Zeltweg Air Show, the first Austrian sub-contractor to Saab-BAe Gripen was also announced. As part of the industrial co-operation proposal between Saab-BAe Gripen and Austria, Böhler Scmiedetechnik in Kapfenberg has signed a contract to produce parts for the Gripen landing-gear.



    Zitat:
    Gripen over Europe
    Summer of ’98 tour dates


    It will be a busy summer for Gripen, for the Saab-BAe team and for the Swedish Air Force with air shows all over Europe. Gripen has already performed air displays at FIDAE in Chile and ILA in Berlin, and the Saab-BAe Gripen team has visited air shows in Wiener Neustadt (Austria) and Goraszka (Poland).The summer starts with an appearance at the Polish Navy Jubilee, 26–28 June, at Baby Doly air base near Gdansk.

    For the first time ever, the Swedish Air Force will be taking Gripen to the RAF Benevolent Fund’s main attraction, the Fairford Air Show, on 24–26 July. The SAF will have three aircraft on static and flight display, including a novelty this year in the form of an S101 Airborne Early Warning aircraft, this being a Saab 340 with the Ericsson Erieye radar system. The SAF already has an enviable record of awards from other years for displays with Draken, Viggen and the Team 60 Formation flying SK60s.

    August will probably be the busiest month ever for Gripen air displays. First in line is the traditional NATO Express at Kesckemet in Hungary on 21–23 August. Saab and British Aerospace have a long tradition of displaying here and the custom continues in 1998. Part of the tradition is a specially chartered train that brings Gripen guests from Budapest straight to the air show, and then back again the same day.

    The following weekend, 29–30 August, will see no fewer than three air shows on the same dates in central Europe. While Gratz in Austria will not have a Gripen air display this year, the Gripen team in Austria will be there in numbers. The aircraft has visited Austria twice but was not asked to do an air display on either occasion. Perhaps this will change in 1999.

    Those who will see Gripen in the air during the weekend of August 29–30 are visitors to the Polish Air Force celebration in Deblin and the Hradec Kralove air show in the Czech Republic. Deblin is virgin airspace for Gripen but Hradec Kralove has almost become a Gripen tradition.

    During the first week in September, Poland also has a defense exhibition in Kielce, where the Gripen team has been present for many years and will be again in 1998. The “grand finale” this summer is, not surprisingly, Farnborough Air Show outside of London, England, on 7–13 September. Since Farnborough also is the headquarters of British Aerospace, there will be a big Gripen display alongside a wide range of British Aerospace products. Farnborough will probably be the first international air show in which the two-seat Gripen will take part. The two-seaters so far produced have been kept busy in Sweden with evaluation flights by visiting air forces.



    Annual Report 1998

    Bild

    Zitat:
    Saab AB, Corporate Identity No. 556036-0793, registered office Linköping, has been listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange since June 18, 1998. The principal owners are Investor AB with 20 percent of the shares, corresponding to 36 percent of the votes, and British Aerospace, with 35 percent of the shares, corresponding to 35 percent of the votes. The remaining 45 percent of the shares are traded on the Stockholm Stock Exchange.

    Zitat:
    Specification of Parent Company’s participations in Group companies

      No. of Subsidiary/Corp. ID no/Reg. Office

        Saab Aerospace Marketingservice GmbH, Austria

      shares


      Share in %

        100.0

      Book value






    Air Power 2000

    Zitat:
    The Swedish Air Force came in large numbers to Zeltweg, with three Gripens and one C-130 from F7, and three Viggens from F21 – the wing where Austrian pilots are training on the Viggen system. This is the third time that Gripens have visited Zeltweg. Aircraft attended the same the air show three years ago, and Zeltweg hosted the Austrian Gripen evaluation in 1997.



    Zitat:
    Austria offered up to 30 new Gripen fighters

    The Gripen team has submitted its response to the Request for Proposal (RFP) for the replacement of the Saab Draken interceptor fleet to meet Austria's air defense needs for the next 30 years. The company's proposal is based on the supply of up to 30 new Gripen fighters.


    2002-01-25 | "Gripen is the world's most capable and cost effective combat aircraft in operation today, and together with our long-term program of industrial cooperation and offset, we are confident that our offer is the best solution for Austria, the Austrian Air Force and the Austrian industry", says Roger Lantz, Gripen Director in Austria.

    The Gripen offer includes two possible solutions to the Austrian Air Force Requirement:
    · The first solution is based on the supply of 24 new single-seat and six optional dual-seat Gripen fighters, and an associated interim solution of 12 leased Gripen fighters.
    · A second, alternative solution proposes an early delivery of 24 new single-seat and four dual-seat Gripen fighters. This solution avoids the need for an interim leasing period.

    Each solution builds on the last 40-years military co-operation to meet the needs for a smooth transition from the Saab Draken, and both provide continuous air policing during the transition phase.

    "Both solutions offer exceptional value for money, both in initial procurement as well as over the next 30 years or more of operation, and both are backed by a large, high quality industrial co-operation program", says Roger Lantz, Gripen Director in Austria.

    The benefits to Austria of the Gripen solution are:
    · Delivery of the most capable and cost-effective multi-role combat aircraft in operation worldwide today.
    · Delivery of the largest program of high quality industrial cooperation ever seen in Austria, tailored to Austrian requirements.
    · Optional payment financing through a consortium led by Erste Bank
    · Cost efficient introduction into service built on 40 years of Austrian-Swedish cooperation

    The specific benefits for the Austrian Air Force are:
    · A fully interoperable fighter, which supports international standardization of doctrines and procedures, including datalink communications and an air-to-air refueling system.
    · First operational squadron in 2005 (either lease or new aircraft)
    · In service before the retirement of Draken.
    · A 30 year solution to the Air Force requirement
    · Continuous training through the transitional period from the Saab Draken
    · A full logistics package with training devices, including a flight simulator, and training in Sweden and Austria.
    · Greatly reduced cost of operating Gripen will enable higher levels of operational training without the need for increased expenditure
    · Optional training can be provided from the UK Ministry of Defence
    · Opportunity for Austria to be involved in future enhancement programs

    "The Gripen team's offer is based on 9 years preparatory work since the opening of an office in Vienna in 1993. We have submitted fully compliant offers to both BMLV (Austrian Ministry of Defence) and BMWA (Austrian Ministry of Economy) and we believe that the Gripen solution will provide the most cost efficient security for Austria over the next 30 years", says Roger Lantz, Gripen Director in Austria.


    Notes to editors:

    Gripen is the first fourth-generation multi-role fighter in service world-wide, designed to meet the demands of all current and future threats, while at the same time meeting strict peace-time requirementsfor flight safety, reliability, training efficiency and low operating costs.

    Already in service with the Swedish Air Force, which has ordered 204 aircraft (including 28 dual-seaters), Gripen has also been ordered by the South African Air Force (28 aircraft) and Hungary has signed an agreement with the Swedish government for the lease of 14 Gripen fighters. Gripen has also recently been selected to meet the national, NATO and European defense needs of the Czech Republic, which has a requirement for 24 fighters.

    Gripen International has begun negotiations with the Polish government, which is looking to procure up to 60 new fighters and an offer has been submitted to the Brazilian government based on the supply of 24 new Gripen.

    Gripen International is a company equally owned by Saab of Sweden and BAE SYSTEMS of the UK.



    For further information please contact:

    Marie Aktö, Manager Communications, Gripen International
    Tel.: +46 (0) 13 184216 Mobile: +46 (0) 70 989 7110

    marie.akto@saab.se

    John Neilson, Vice President Communications, Gripen International
    Tel.: +44 (0) 1252 384795 Mobile:+44 (0) 7802 337704

    john.neilson@baesystems.com




    http://www.gripen.com

    http://www.gripen.at



    Zitat:
    Gripen displayed at the airshow in Graz

    In connection with the procurement of new fighter aircraft by the Austrian Federal Government a presentation by the Austrian Army is being held today, 14 May 2002, at the Graz / Thalerhof Airport in Austria.



    2002-05-14 | The event provides information about the requirements of airspace surveillance in general and offers a unique opportunity to have a first-hand look at Gripen that is one of the candidates in the selection process for the new acquisition.

    For this occasion, a Gripen – which Gripen International is offering to Austria as a potential Draken successor – is being specially flown to Graz.

    Gripen was designed to meet the demands of all current and future threats, while at the
    same time meeting strict peace-time requirements for flight safety, reliability, training efficiency and low operating costs.

    Gripen International is a company in which Saab AB of Sweden and the United Kingdom’s BAE SYSTEMS have equal shares.

    Gripen is already in service with the Swedish Air Force, which has ordered 204 aircraft (including 28 two-seaters). In addition to South Africa (28 aircraft) the Air Forces of Hungary and Czech Republic have selected Gripen.

    Further information is available from:

    Owe Wagermark, Senior Vice President Communications, Gripen International
    Phone: +46 13 18 4014
    Mobile: +46 70 889 60 00
    Fax: +46 13 18 0055

    owe.wagermark@saab.se



    Zitat:
    The industrial cooperation program meets the Austrian government's requirements


    2002-06-13 | The criteria for offset agreements in connection with the procurement of new interceptor aircraft are clearly defined in the Request for Proposals of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Labour in Austria:
    “... 2. Basic goals
     Technology transfer
     Investments furthering education and job qualification
     Establishment of businesses and direct investments in Austria
     Safeguarding and improving the employment situation
     Regional distribution
     Strong and lasting supply relationships
     Opening up of new markets for existing companies and products
     Consideration of the predominance in the Austrian economic structure of small and middle-sized businesses...”

    The Gripen Team fully meets these requirements. The following list includes ten examples from more than 110 projects in our Industrial Cooperation Program to prove this:

    Project:

    Information and Communications Technology
    Partner:
    Frequentis Nachrichtentechnik GmbH
    Description:
    As the result of very intense cooperation with AerotechTelub, a company of the Saab Group, the Austrian high-tech company Frequentis Nachrichtentechnik GmbH was able to obtain orders to supply voice communication systems (VCS) to the Linköping (Sweden) airport. This contract opens up numerous other possibilities for the showpiece Austrian company Frequentis – the worldwide market leader in the critical security area of communications and information systems – to provide equipment for other airports.

    On 17 January 2002, in addition to the contract with Linköping, a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) was also signed between Frequentis and AerotechTelub. Within the framework of this cooperation, in the future AerotechTelub will not only serve as the supplier, but will also support the marketing of Frequentis airport products in Sweden and other Gripen markets.

    Project:

    Life Sciences
    Partner:Meteka GmbH
    Description: Meteka GmbH in Judenburg develops, produces and sells a wide range of products for the safe and environmentally friendly collection, disinfection and disposal of infectious waste materials in the medical field. This family-owned company is increasingly concentrating on foreign markets as well as the Austrian one. In order to be successful internationally, one must be able to fall back on a network of local contacts. The Gripen Team can provide optimal support in this.

    Project:

    Automotive
    Partner:
    Automobilcluster
    Description:
    With its partners, Automobil-Cluster (AC) in Upper Austria continually develops new product improvements for vehicles. Access to international car manufacturers is thus essential. The Gripen Team supports AC on an ongoing basis – for example, at Scania, where a significant improvement process could be introduced, thanks to the demonstration of innovative solutions for parts and modules. Additional steps will follow this first one and will give the economy of Upper Austria new momentum.

    Project:

    Research and Development
    Partner:
    active photonics
    Description:
    Along with active photonics in Villach, the Gripen Team is working on the development of a compact infrared camera, to be mounted on a helmet, which is planned for future use in firefighting, personal protection and the rescuing of accident victims. The first prototypes have already been tested. A completely new, highly intelligent product is emerging that will later be exported to neighbouring countries and also create new jobs in Villach.

    Project:

    Research and Development
    Partner:
    Life Optics®
    Description:
    Life Optics®, global technology leader in the area of advanced headmounted vision systems, is the producer of the first mobile, binocular, close-up telescopic vision system for surgeons with variable enlargement, automatic focus and automatic parallax compensation. The Varioscope® is a combination of applied high-tech optics and the most advanced electronics. Cooperation with the Gripen Team should enable the Austrian company to enter the Scandinavian market very quickly. In addition, joint work is in progress to achieve a prompt launch of the industrial version of the Varioscope®, which will further R&D efforts in micromanufacturing.

    Project:

    Life Sciences
    Partner:
    VBC-Genomics Bioscience Research GmbH
    Description:
    VBC-Genomics Bioscience Research GmbH is a young Austrian biotech company that, in addition to providing services such as DNA sequencing and oligonucleotide synthesis, has specialised in the development of molecular diagnostics. Its FemSensor®, a SNP detection chip for the mutation analysis of relevant genes in female estrogens balance, is already on the market in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Later this year the SAC® (immunological solidphase allergen chip), a protein chip for the diagnosis of Type 1 allergic immune reactions, will be launched. Along with VBC-Genomics, the Gripen Team will support and promote its services and products in Great Britain and Sweden.

    Project:

    Environment
    Partner:AGS GmbH
    Description:
    In co-operation with the AGS GmbH in Graz and the Foree Oil Company from the USA, the Gripen Team is researching the potential of extracting methane gas from coal mines – for example in Fohnsdorf. The future usefulness of this project lies, on the one hand, in utilising domestic gas supplies – thus reducing import needs – and, on the other, in contributing to environmental protection by reducing possible methane gas emissions. The project is bringing research and development, as well as investments, into the region and is also creating jobs in Styria.

    Project:

    Research and Development
    Partner:
    JOANNEUM RESEARCH
    Description:
    JOANNEUM RESEARCH Forschungsgesellschaft mbH, Austria’s biggest R&D facility owned by a province, is active in the area of applied research and development for business, industry and management. Thanks to the support of Gripen International, cooperation with the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm is being realised. As part of this process, both organisations are presently preparing a cooperative proposal for an EU project. The Gripen Team has made necessary know-how available to its partners.

    Project:

    Research and Development
    Partner:
    Vienna University of Technology
    Description:
    This medical research project brings scientists from Sweden and from the Vienna University of Technology together. The objective of this joint project of the Institute for Microtechnique and Precision Engineering in Austria and several Swedish Universities is to develop innovative medical devices among others for eye surgery.

    Project:

    Automotive
    Partner:
    Alulight International GmbH
    Description:
    Gripen International is working with the Upper Austrian company Alulight on promoting the use of aluminium foam in the automotive industry.



    Further information is available from:

    Owe Wagermark, Senior Vice President Communications, Gripen International
    Tel:+46 13 18 4014 Mobile: +46 70 889 6000 Fax:+46 13 18 0055
    owe.wagermark@gripen.com


    Marie Aktö, Communications Manager, Gripen International
    Tel:+46 13 18 4216 Mobile: +46 70 989 7110
    Fax:+46 13 18 0055
    marie.akto@gripen.com

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