The launching, to be made from the French Guiana, was scheduled for Tuesday, but it was later shifted. It will be the first Brazilian geostationary satellite for civil and military purposes.
A discussion on the use of the technology in agribusiness, healthcare and industry is set for next Tuesday at University of São Paulo. Michel Alaby, the Arab Chamber’s CEO, will be one of the speakers.
An agreement between the Brazilian company and the Arab country’s aviation academy establish a training partnership for aeronautic engineering professionals. Details are still being discussed.
Such was the amount collected by 17 collective financing companies from 2012 through April 2016, according to a survey. Regulatory issues pose a challenge.
A survey conducted by Brazil’s National Federation of Industry shows that most Brazilian businesses use these new tools in but a few stages of the production process.
Digifort, from São Caetano do Sul, has an office in Dubai and have clients in ten Arab countries. Monitoring software are used by private companies and government bodies.
Devices made by Brazil’s Datacom are sold to a distributor and used by telephony and internet operators in the Arab country. The company has sold to Kuwait in the past and is looking for new markets in the region.