The Brazilian Navy and Embraer sign a partnership agreement for innovation

The Brazilian Navy and Embraer sign a partnership agreement for innovation
The Brazilian Navy and Embraer sign a partnership agreement for innovation

The Brazilian Navy and Embraer have signed a partnership agreement to support each other in research, development and innovation. The cooperation aims to develop surface search and shipboard coastal surveillance radars, with an increase in the maturity of the Gaivota X Radar. The signing ceremony took place today during LAAD in São Paulo, Brazil.

Rear Admiral Alexandre de Vasconcelos Siciliano assured that “we are proud to partner with Embraer again. This agreement consolidates the continuity of a long-term collaboration with a global technology leader that will expand the scope of the Brazilian Navy’s capabilities to fulfill its missions. Our experience in the Gaivota X Radar will be complemented by Embraer’s cutting-edge technologies and advanced capabilities, which will allow us to share knowledge and develop cutting-edge solutions cooperatively for the global market.

«We are very happy to sign this new agreement with the Brazilian Navy, an institution with which we have a solid long-term relationship. This cooperation will bring many advances, not only for the Brazilian Navy and Embraer, but also for the Brazilian Defense Industrial Base,” says Fábio Caparica, vice president of Business Development, Latin America, at Embraer Defense and Security.

The studies carried out by the Brazilian Navy and Embraer cover the integration of the Gaivota Cooperation is an important contribution to increase both the high-level technological content of the Navy’s Strategic Programs and the development of the Defense Industrial Base, one of the main objectives of Brazil’s National Defense Strategy.

 
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