The Brazilian Navy and Embraer have recently entered into a partnership agreement focused on mutual support in research, development, and innovation. This collaboration aims to enhance capabilities in the fields of on-board Surface Search and Coastal Surveillance Radars, with a particular focus on advancing the maturity of the Gaivota X Radar. The signing ceremony for this agreement occurred during LAAD in São Paulo, Brazil.

Rear Admiral Alexandre de Vasconcelos Siciliano expressed pride in partnering with Embraer, emphasising the significance of this agreement in bolstering the Brazilian Navy’s capabilities to fulfill its missions. He highlighted the opportunity for knowledge sharing and cooperative development of cutting-edge solutions for the global market, leveraging Embraer’s advanced technologies and capabilities.

Fábio Caparica, Vice President of Business Development for Latin America at Embraer Defense & Security, echoed similar sentiments, underlining the company’s longstanding relationship with the Brazilian Navy and the potential for advancements in the Brazilian Defense Industrial Base. He emphasised the collaborative nature of the partnership and its potential to yield significant advances for both parties.

The joint studies conducted by the Brazilian Navy and Embraer encompass various aspects, which include the integration of the Gaivota X Radar with systems such as the Georeferenced Command and Control System (SisC2Geo), and the Unified Situational Awareness System for Maritime Information Acquisition (SCUA). These endeavors reflect a commitment to innovation and technological advancement within the defense sector.




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