The first choice for ASW operator training

Submarines play a crucial role in maritime defence. Using such a vital naval asset as a target in Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) training is expensive and consumes resources. AUV62-AT is a low-cost alternative. The AUV62-AT supports ASW operator training and on-board sonar and Combat System sea checks. It features powerful built-in tools for training, planning and evaluation – capabilities which enable it to replace submarines in ASW training.

Service and Support

BlueZone Group has provided service and support for Saab vehicles since their introduction to service in Australia in 2000. BlueZone offers all elements of support for the AUV62-AT including full warranty support and further support and service as required beyond warranty work.  With facilities located on the Australian east and west coast, BlueZone is ideally placed to support major Australian maritime exercise areas.

Contact BlueZone for further advice and information on AUV62-AT products and AUV62-AT support.

Read More: Royal Navy Orders Saab AUV62-AT Autonomous Underwater Vehicle

Train as you fight – AUV62-AT is flexible, adaptable and can operate in several different modes.

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