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Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
Emb day defense & security oct2013
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  • 1. Luiz Carlos Aguiar, CEO August,2013
  • 2. Forward looking statement This presentation includes forward-looking statements or statements about events or circumstances which have not occurred. forward-looking statements largely on our We have based these current expectations and projections about future events and financial trends affecting our business and our future financial performance. These forward-looking statements are subject to risks, uncertainties and assumptions, including, among other things: general economic, political and business conditions, both in Brazil and in our market. The words “believes,” “may,” “will,” “estimates,” “continues,” “anticipates,” “intends,” “expects” and similar words are intended to identify forwardlooking statements. We undertake no obligations to update publicly or revise any forward-looking statements because of new information, future events or other factors. In light of these risks and uncertainties, the forward-looking events and circumstances discussed in this presentation might not occur. Our actual results could differ substantially from those anticipated in our forward-looking statements. Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission.
  • 3. Agenda General Information 2013 Highlights Results Future projects Main Programs Status Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission.
  • 4. General information Established on 1st January 2011 Revenues (2012) of US$ 1,056 billion Total of more than 1,600 employees Presence in more than 48 countries and 50 Air Forces operating our products and systems Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission.
  • 5. 2013 Highlights (1/3) • The U.S. Air Force (USAF) selected the A-29 Super Tucano for its Light Air Support (LAS) program. The selection was further validated by the GAO (General Accountability Office) of the United States. • Facilities in Jacksonville, where the A-29 aircraft for the LAS will be built, are being completed. Local leadership and local plant workers were hired. • Critical Design Review (CDR) of the KC-390 military transport aircraft was successfully concluded. • Embraer and Boeing announced a partnership for sales and marketing of Embraer’s KC-390 in selected markets. • Embraer and Brazilian Air Force (FAB) signed a contract to modernize five EMB 145 AEW&C, designated E-99 at FAB, approximately US$ 215 million. • Embraer and FAB also signed a contract to provide logistics support and services for its fleet of 92 A-29 Super Tucano aircraft. Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission.
  • 6. 2013 Highlights (2/3) • Delivery of the first modernized A-1 (A-1M) fighter jet to FAB. • Delivery of three A-29 Super Tucano to the National Air Force of Angola, as part of a total order for six aircrafts. • First flight of a modernized AF-1 aircraft, from the Brazilian Navy, in August. • Acquisition of the remaining 50% stake of Atech Negócios em Tecnologia S.A. • Savis concluded the selection of the main suppliers for all subsystems of the SISFRON Project • Visiona Tecnologia Espacial SA concluded the selection process of suppliers of the satellite and the launcher for the SGDC project Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission.
  • 7. Results: Revenue & EBIT Revenue Evolution (US$ Millions) EBIT (2011/2012): 9~11% CAGR 29% 851 Ref.: September, 2013 Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission. YTD Sept
  • 8. Results: consistent revenue growth Ref.: September, 2013 Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission.
  • 9. Results: Backlog Backlog Evolution (US$ Billions) Ref.: September, 2013. Includes sales announced during LAAD 2013. Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission.
  • 10. Revenue Breakdown Evolution (1/2) 2012 2013E * Radar (Orbisat) C4I (Atech) UAV (Harpia) Satellite (JV Embraer/Telebrás) Savis (SISFRON) Ref.: September, 2013 Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission.
  • 11. Brazilian government future projects (1/2) 2013 2016 2020 2030 NAVY SisGAAZ US 4 bn SISFRON (phase 1) US 420 MM SISFRON (phase 2) ARMY SISFRON (subsequent phases) Aerial Defense Fighter Jet Tender AIR FORCE OTHERS UAVs Satellites US 2 bn US 4 bn US 1bn US 550MM Contract negotiation phase Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission.
  • 12. Brazilian government future projects (2/2) 2013 Federal Budget – Main projects % of EDS Projects in the Federal Budget : 27% Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission.
  • 13. Partnerships Command and Control systems Air traffic Management Control UAVs MRO Remote Sensing Simulators Aero structures Aerial Surveillance Radar 65% 90% Modernization of avionics systems Land Defense Systems integration SISFRON implementation Satellite Geostationary of Defense and Communications (SGDC) Systems of Systems C4I 100% 51% 100% Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission. 51%
  • 14. Partnerships from 2011 to 2013 40,6 YTD Sept 36,9 YTD Sept Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission.
  • 15. Integrated portfolio ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) Modernization programs C4I UAVs Light attack and advanced training Tactical military transport Radar Satellite Transport aircraft Land systems Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission. Services
  • 16. ISR Family
  • 17. ISR Family 18 aircraft, 17 in operation 8 aircraft 4 aircraft 3 aircraft 3 aircraft EMB 145 AEW&C (India) EMB 145 MP Maritime Patrol EMB 145 AEW&C Airborne Early Warning and Control EMB 145 AGS Remote Sensing, Air-to-Ground Surveillance Ref.: July,2013 Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission.
  • 18. A-29 Super Tucano
  • 19. A-29 Super Tucano • Firm orders: more than 210 aircraft Brazil: 99 • More than 170 aircraft delivered Colombia: 25 Dominican Republic: 8 Chile: 12 Super Tucano Addressable Market Forecast 2020 (US$ million) Long-term 700 Ecuador: 18 Indonesia: 16 Greystone (TacAir): 1 Mauritania: 2 Burkina Faso: 3 Medium-term 2,000 Short-term 800 Angola: 6 USA: 20 Total Market Forecast: 300 aircraft US$ 3.5 billion Ref.: July,2013 Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission.
  • 20. LAS – Jacksonville/USA • • • • Highly experienced personnel Strong local leadership 1st Delivery: End of 1°Sem 2014 New distribution channels: BPC and FMS Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission.
  • 21. Modernization programs
  • 22. Modernization program Modernization addressable market Forecast 2025 (US$ million) Mediumterm; 567 Longterm; 505 Shortterm; 437 Brazil Navy A-4 12 aircraft 2 prototypes at GPX-CS FAB A-1M 43 aircraft 18 received by Embraer for modernization FAB F-5M 46 acft + 11 acft (2º batch) 46 delivered Total market forecast: Total Market Forecast*: FAB E-99 5 aircraft EMB 145 AEW&C 228 aircraft/ US$ 1.5 billion 228 aircraft / US$ 1.5 billion * Considerando modernização do Tucano F-5M Ref.: July,2013 A1-M Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission. A-4
  • 23. KC-390
  • 24. Embraer KC-390 A new tactical military transport and tanker aircraft First flight: End of 2014 Six countries Letters of intent totaling 60 aircraft Boeing and Embraer signed an agreement to share technical knowledge and evaluate markets for joint sales efforts. Brazil Colombia Argentina Chile Portugal (12) (6) (6) (6) (28) Czech Rep. (2) Total Market Forecast 2025: 700 aircraft US$ 50+ bi The Brazilian Air Force (FAB) and Embraer concluded the Critical Design Review in the first quarter of 2013. Ref.: September, 2013 This information is the property of Embraer and cannot be used orPROPRIETARY INFORMATION consent. not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, Information contained herein represents EMBRAER reproduced without written that shall without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission.
  • 25. EMBRAER KC-390: PARCEIROS E FORNECEDORES KC-390: Main partners and suppliers Air Conditioning System Cabin Pressure Control System Troop seats and litters Cargo Handling and Aerial Delivery System Emergency electrical system Mission Computer, DIRCM, HUD, SPS Liferaft and Maritime ELT System Throttle Control Quadrant (TCQ) Landing Gear Legs Basic Avionics Tactical Radar System FBW Primary and Spoiler Flight Control System and Actuators Active Side Stick Armor Pilot / Co-pilot / ACM and Loadmaster Seats Wheels and Brakes Assemblies LG System Hydraulic Control Components Brake Control System Steering Hydraulic Manifold Wing Air Refueling Pod System Information contained herein represents EMBRAER PROPRIETARY INFORMATION that shall not be duplicated, used, distributed or disclosed in whole or in part, without written consent from EMBRAER. Neither receipt nor possession of this data, from any source, constitutes such permission.

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