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 ​Western Military Command of the Brazilian Army inaugurates Sisfron Command and Control Center


São Paulo, April 14, 2014  – Savis Tecnologia e Sistemas S.A., the lead company of the Tepro Consortium, hired by the Brazilian Army to integrate and implement the Sisfron (Integrated Border Monitoring System) Project, recently concluded the delivery of the Military Operations Center of the Western Military Command, in the city of Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul.
This is Sisfron’s first Command and Control Center, which incorporates cutting edge equipment and will make it possible to analyze the data collected by the sensors, to have situational awareness, and to support decisions and the communication of instructions for the operations under the responsibility of the Military Command of that area.
As of this date, a significant part of defining the systems that will allow the physical implementation of the tactical communication, optronics, infrastructure, command and control centers, electromagnetic signal sensors, surveillance, monitoring and reconnaissance subsystems have been concluded, as well as an advance in executing the strategic communications network.
The progress of the work, which is now underway, moves forward on schedule and according to the contract signed with the Brazilian Army.

About Savis Technology and Systems

Savis is a wholly owned subsidiary of Embraer Defense & Security, dedicated to integrating and managing systems for border monitoring and control and protecting strategic structures and natural resources, in strict adherence to guidelines of the Brazilian National Defense Strategy. Its objective is to meet needs in of the defense and security sector by stimulating technological development, including future exports and business partnerships, thus strengthening the country’s industry and trade balance.

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