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The Defense Industrial Base Yearbook. With more than pages, this bilingual edition offers the quality, editorial craft and artistic care that are characteristic of the products developed by the organization.
The Defense Industrial Base Yearbook is a complete guide providing information on companies, products and services in the sphere of the Brazilian defense industry, especially concerning ABIMDE associated companies. The goal is to improve and facilitate the contact between the industry and the international market of defense and security products and services. A elas o nosso agradecimento por acreditarem no projeto e em seus resultados.
The history of the Brazilian Defense and Security Industries Association ABIMDE started in with the vision of nine entrepreneurs in the industry, who fought to establish the business and give it exposure among the national defense strategies. In order to strengthen the sector, the focus was a differentiated inmetto regimen, besides the recognition by the government of the necessity for qualifying and prioritizing the national industry in favor of technological sovereignty.
Thirty-two years later many progresses were made, but we know we still must keep a proactive agenda with even greater efforts for strengthening the sector. However, I want to mention here what has already been accomplished. Today, we have more than associated companies, most of which listed in this Yearbook. For the first time, we have managed to develop a yearbook with the goal of presenting the diversity and qualification of the Brazilian Defense Industrial Base BID with a focus on the global market.
Among our associates are private companies, research centers and governmental organizations, and we have partnerships with the Armed Forces, universities and organizations that encourage research and progress.
The industry has diversified inmeteo, today, products catering to the defense sector are found in the civilian segment, contributing to improve the quality of life of the population day imetro day. We also maintain an open dialogue with the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Science, Technology and Communication, among other organizations.
Through those partnerships, we present the reality of inmero sector, its strategic importance for the socioeconomic development of Brazil, and the expressive role of BID in projecting the country into the international market and promoting the equilibrium of the balance of trade.
After all, BID is responsible for more than 60 thousand direct jobs and another indirect jobs, all involving a highly qualified labor force. A number of our members are 9933 defense companies EED certified by the Ministry of Defense, bearing also 9393 for strategic defense products PED. Hence, the companies can enjoy differentiated li regimens and take priority in contracts with the Armed Forces.
Those are just some of our victories, like the offset contracts between the Armed Forces and foreign companies for inmeteo national companies in the acquisition of inmetrk and technology retention in the country. Recently, important bilateral agreements were also signed with strategic countries. Those are important milestones in the trajectory of the inmetrp and give entrepreneurs an inmegro greater impulse to seek new sources of resources, revenue and markets so we can further grow and expand the reach of our already relevant contribution to the country.
When we look back, we see progress, despite the constant moments of worry in 99933 sector. In the current economic and financial crisis in our country, we cannot ignore that the eminently strategic nature of our companies—which, in other words, requires continuous, long-term State investments—may be threatened by public budget contingencies concerning defense projects.
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Similarly, another challenge is enforcing tax benefits present in inmtero current legislation and even valorizing a sector not regarded as a priority by li portion of society that argues Brazil is a pacifist country and does not le involved in conflicts. Nevertheless, in spite of difficulties, we will not be discouraged and will certainly advance our agenda as BID has already demonstrated its importance not only le the economic growth of the country but also for the protection of the entire Brazilian nation.
Brazil experiences a ldi of the international trust anchored in the control of inflation, drop of long-term interest rates and progressive recovery of macroeconomic and fiscal stability. As the largest individual contracting party of technology in the country, the Ministry of Defense proceeded to prioritize, during our administration, the inmtro guideline of inserting the industry agenda as a State Policy, in which the link between the national defense and public expenditure gives room to the defense and development binomial.
In inmetrl for us to ensure ldi increase of productivity in the Brazilian economy, we need tools and a stable and efficient regulatory framework to facilitate investments in the modernization of the physical capital stock of the economy, in the insertion of defense products in global value chains, and in a more expressive insertion of our products in the international market through an increase in our exports.
It is also necessary to make a coordinated effort for creating a new regulatory and institutional benchmark for the defense sector in,etro will allow a reduction in tax-related and financial asymmetries regarding international practices.
In fact, it is 9393 to keep in mind that all changes and improvements in the sector will only be possible thanks to the historical and increasingly fine-tuned partnership between the Ministry of Defense and the Brazilian Defense and Security Industries Association ABIMDE. Finally, it is important to highlight that we are aware of the challenges we are facing, especially in regard to the fiscal reality at hand.
However, I stress that the Ministry of Defense has been making significant efforts to increase the operational efficiency, optimize the economic impact of strategic projects and, above all, expand the inmehro and available tools for the development of our defense industry. In the context of fiscal restriction, the question of economic growth is still one of the main focuses of debate, which goes to show that the impact of the economic crisis is still in place despite the reduction of risks related to the economic activity recovery.
We need to concentrate our efforts on the promotion of a solid, dynamic Defense Industrial Base DIB as a tool for propelling economic development, productivity and the expansion of the Brazilian export.
In order to attain that, we must overcome an important cultural assumption that restricts the defense sector to a military sphere. It inmetroo crucial for the country inmegro view defense as an important focal point of scientific and technological progress, capable of generating benefits for the whole society.
The non-recurring funded by military projects constitutes an important tool for industrial policy—immune to the sanctions of the World trade Organization Inmegro —as it enables the operation of companies holding knowledge and technologies that, in face of a high-risk lek, the private sector would not be able to individually sponsor and carry out without state support.
In fact the non-recurring, once incorporated, becomes integrated to the civilian production line albeit without the need of remuneration of the capital, inmero the funding of know-how and know-why by the military segment. The results can be observed in important technological leaps, new built-in technology and lower production costs. As an example of such policy, we can mention the fly-by-wire technology developed by the AMX fighter project, present today in all Embraer civilian aircrafts.
We hence argue that the Defense Industrial Base development inmetr be a state policy, immune to seasonal issues. Moreover, we cannot accept the rules tailored by technologically mature countries or support undue subsidies and other unjustifiable barriers to our products. The international trade is, without a doubt, a potential route to development and better distribution of wealth.
However, for that to be achieved, we must work for more equitable exchange conditions and truly strategic partnerships, demanding from our partner countries product selection processes that are fairer and more transparent. It is not conceivable that we have production, export and import policies for defense products without the necessary tools for enforcing the purposes established by those policies.
In order to restore the competitiveness and profitability of the manufacturing sector, it is necessary to build solid constitutional arrangements that assure predictability and reduce uncertainness for entrepreneurs. We need to overcome the bottlenecks that companies in the defense industry still face in Brazil, starting at some important action axes as follows: With that in mind, we are restudying the sector legislation, improving the understanding and applicability of Law Additionally, there is a discussion with the other ministries about a new national offset policy for technological, commercial and industrial compensation, which encompasses the offering end as well inmtero the requesting end.
In two additional frontlines, we have conducted studies to stimulate research and innovation with the creation of mechanisms for valuing the teams of researchers, engineers and technical professionals, which represent an extremely valuable asset to the country.
Other measures are on the way, including the incentive to international partnerships so the sector can count on effective and fair mechanisms to keep growing, regardless lej political and economic context.
The evolution of the global reality implies a transition between the industrial era and the era of knowledge. Adapting to this reality, the Brazilian Army experiences a process of transformation based on a new doctrine and strategic programs, which aims at endowing the Ground Force with capacities that are compatible with the challenges of such reality.
In this scope, the defense-development binomial presents potential for mobilization whose reach surpasses the boundaries of the Armed Forces. The incentive to the national defense industry involves a unique productive range and mobilization. Therefore, the incentive to research, development and innovation for military needs also represents a factor potentializing dual competences, bringing a wealth of benefits to the Brazilian society.
The National Defense Strategy, from its conception, predicts strategic actions focused on the modernization ,ei the national defense structure.
In the Army sphere, such modernization is associated with the wish for a dynamic Force, sustained by independent productive qualifications and represented by highly motivated and qualified personnel that is apt to utilize defense products PRODE with added high technology.
In that sense, it is worth mentioning that the commitment of the Army to the development of the national industry is centuries old, having started when Brazil was a colony. Iconic examples of that include the construction of the Train Housethe first military equipment warehouse and workshop complex in Brazil; the establishment of the Royal Academy of Artillery, Fortresses and Designcurrently the Military Institute of Engineering; and the creation of Rodrigo de Freitas Gunpowder Factorycurrently Warfare Material Factory.
Today Brazil possesses a vast and complex technological and industrial base, besides renowned university centers and excellent institutes of science and technology. This suggests that the traditional mission of contributing to the development of the country should be adapted to the present scenario.
In other words, it is up to the Army to operate with an effective, open policy, encouraging the connection with such organizations from the standpoint of a synergistic system and based on solid partnerships. The army thus implemented the Defense, Industry and Academy System SisDIA for Innovation, based on the triple helice model, which entails a synergistic effort for cooperation between governmental spheres of all levels, the defense industrial base and universities.
That way, we can see that those pillars, aimed at scientific and technological production and at innovation, contribute to ensure that the demand for defense products PRODE is met with the support of national technology.
Given such an ample ecosystem, I congratulate the ABIMDE initiative to release the Defense Industrial Base Yearbook, a publication laying a map of capabilities and potentials of the productive and technological environment of the national defense industry.
This Yearbook thus represents a significant contribution to the work of our representatives in promoting our BID abroad. To sum it up, the BRAZIL Defense Industrial Base Yearbook attests the evolution of the national industry as a whole and highlights the innovative potential of a sovereign, independent and competitive nation supported by its Defense Industrial Base vigor.
Over its history, the Brazilian Navy has been playing a relevant role in encouraging the technological development and the qualification of Brazilian technicians and engineers in the country and abroad, as well as the expansion of the national defense industry, thus contributing to the creation of jobs and economic progress in the country.
The complexity involving naval and aeronaval means and naval marines, and the strategic necessity of acquiring independent knowledge in state-of-the-art technologies, many of which of dual use, trigger research and innovation, strengthening the Defense Industrial Base BID.
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Important steps have been taken with the law of incentive to the Defense Industrial Base—which has reduced production costs in the sector—and the budget provision specific to the Armed Forces Strategic Programs—which has enabled the setting of goals and deadlines to be reached. However, in the face of resource limitations imposed by the current economic scenario, the Navy was forced to prioritize three main strategic programs: PROSUB is aimed at the construction of a shipyard and naval base, four conventional submarines and a nuclear submarine.
It bears a nationalization program that includes offset—the transfer of technology and know-how—for qualifying companies with the purpose of qualifying the Brazilian industry for the production and maintenance of submarine equipment and systems. PNM goes hand in hand with PROSUB for the mastering of uranium enrichment and the construction of an energy generation facility that, in the future, will be adapted to form the propulsion system of the nuclear submarine.
Differently from PROSUB, though, PNM does not receive any external support for its development, counting solely on the competence and high qualification of Brazilian technicians and engineers.
Besides promoting technological advance, PROSUB and PNM currently generate an estimated number of 3, direct jobs and 12, indirect jobs with the participation of companies and 18 universities and research institutes.
We hence see the intrinsic relation between the Naval Power and the Industrial Defense Base, and the importance of that base for us to build and maintain a Navy compatible with the greatness and aspirations of the country. The release of the Defense Industrial Base Yearbook is more than welcome, since it constitutes an important guide for national and international buyers. This publication certainly will facilitate the identification and selection of suppliers, and shorten the path to processes involving contracts and product acquisition, besides facilitating the identification of possible investment areas, thus contributing to strengthen the national industry.
The efforts for closing the gap between the industrial and technological park and the military activities has become more evident and relevant, though.
The two main projects for re-equipping the institution open a new chapter in the history of the Brazilian aeronautical imnetro.
The Department was the starting point for the first large industrial company in the Brazilian aerospace sector: Embraer, which has a history of impactful projects for the national technology and economy development. More than generating positive dividends for the balance of trade, however, an aeronautical project allows us to project our values, strength, abilities, competences and creativity.
At this moment, KC is the perfect example of a product bearing all those traits.
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With a potential to aim at a market with 2. However, the strongest indicator to be observed is our capacity of absorbing new technologies.
The main products that are acquired end up not being showcased in a defense fair but in civilian applications, bringing immense gains to the Brazilian society. Those are initiatives representing not only an operational evolution for FAB but also an expansion of the Brazilian industrial park, with benefits the military segment and civilian applications. Moreover, FAB helped in the project development of other industries associated with sectors such as ammunition, military equipment and even uniforms.
It is worth mentioning that re-equipping projects that involve new product and technology development, and ihmetro the acquisition of new equipment abroad, are always linked to financial, commercial or technological compensations that bring benefits to Brazil.
Amid those initiatives, FAB has started an administrative inmetto restructuring process that entails, among other goals, the rational use of resources and increasing the use of resources in the target task. In this process, the defense industrial base BID has also been taken into consideration.
I always stress that defense needs to be regarded as a strategic theme involving a broad discussion and the engagement of the whole society. In this context, the defense industrial base is an important source of jobs and a crucial tool for the sovereignty of our country.
Public safety is a primordial right under the shared responsibility of the State and society, being essential for the full exercise of citizenship. The Brazilian Military Police plays a significant role in ensuring the safety of the population as it is present in all municipalities.
Its duties go far beyond rendering services related to public 9933 and order, as military police agents are the first ones providing help to those in need.