March 21, 2013

Brazil’s SisGAAz programme

Have you heard about Brazil's SisGAAz programme?*

It's the Brazilian Navy's $4 billion surveillance project designed to help defend its coastline and protect its offshore assets … or, to put it another way: It's a massive programme that Brazil is spending lots of money on and you can get a piece of the action…

With the SisGAAz request for proposal (RFP) due to be delivered next month, Defence IQ is hosting the Coastal Surveillance Brazil conference with official support from the Brazilian Navy, allowing you to meet with the nation's decision-makers and industry prime contractors to explore opportunities for this significant programme.

We have confirmed an unprecedented speaker faculty, which boasts participation from the key Brazilian coastal surveillance authorities including a Senior General Officer representing the Commander of the Navy as well as Captain Marcus Vinicius da Silva Roberto, Project DSAM-SGAA31, Brazilian Navy.

The full line-up of speakers and a detailed agenda can be viewed here.

Furthermore, to view the significant resources and content Defence IQ has available on this subject, including our Maritime Surveillance market report, a look at the next generation surveillance technologies and the latest update on Brazil's $4 billion SisGAAz programme, the Coastal Surveillance Brazil content library is accessible here.

If you'd like to find out more information on, or to secure your place at Coastal Surveillance Brazil, you can contact the team directly on +44 (0) 207 368 9737.

Kind regards,

Defence IQ

* The programme's name is full is Sistema de Gerenciamento da Amazônia Azul (SisGAAz), but it's also been dubbed Blue Amazon.

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