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Savis, Bradar and Thales to partner in air traffic control radar solutions

Published: June 2017
 

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Paris, France. Savis and Bradar, affiliated companies to Embraer Defense & Security, and Thales announced today at the Paris Air Show a cooperation agreement to jointly evaluate business opportunities in air traffic control radar and systems in civil and military worldwide markets.

According to the agreement, Savis, Bradar and Thales – as well as its affiliated company Omnisys – will cooperate to compose new air traffic control radar solutions with existing portfolio synergies for domestic and international markets. The companies will jointly identify, pursue and capture new business opportunities for their mutual benefits as well as to better serve their customers.

“This initiative will allow us to take advantage of existing synergies and complementarities in terms of products and technologies, with a view to developing joint solutions to meet the current and future demands of the Brazilian and international markets, specifically in the area of radar solutions for air traffic control”, said Jackson Schneider, President and CEO, Embraer Defense & Security.

“This partnership confirms Thales commitment to keep developing and producing high technology in Brazil for the worldwide market. By leveraging both companies’ competences and technologies, we will be in a better position to keep excelling in serving our customers with innovative solutions”, said Ruben Lazo, Thales Vice-President, Latin America.

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