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This is the agenda to the OPV Latin America conference, taking place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from 21-23 May 2012. ...

This is the agenda to the OPV Latin America conference, taking place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from 21-23 May 2012.

Designed as a collaborative conference with the Brazilian Navy, this meeting will explore
patrol craft and surface combatants across Latin America.

Find out more about the event at www.opvlatinamerica.com or email opv@iqpc.co.uk for additional information.

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  • 1. THE LATEST ADDITION TO THE SUCCESSFUL DEFENCE IQ GLOBAL OPV CONFERENCE SERIES The region’s only and most prestigious forum to learn about current and future requirements from Latin American Navies, Coast Guards and Maritime Police Forces.21-23 May 2012 Centro de ConvençõesMain Conference: 21-22 May 2012 Bolsa do RioPost-Show Workshop: 23 May 2012 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Currently Serving Flag Officers 1*A collaborative conference with the Brazilian Navy exploring and Above Attendpatrol craft and surface combatants across Latin America AT NO CHARGEHear About The Latest Admiral Roberto Garcia Márquez Commander of the NavyRequirements In The Armada Nacional de ColombiaBrazilian Market: Rear Admiral Giancarlo Stagno Canzian Rear Admiral Francisco Director of Programs, Research and Deiana, Director of Naval Development, Chilean Navy Engineering, Brazilian Navy Commodore Carlos Albuja Rear Admiral Rodolfo Henrique De Saboia, Commander in Chief of the Fleet, Armada del Ecuador Fleet Renewal Programme Coordinator, Brazilian Navy Vice Admiral (Retired) Carlos Afonso Pierantoni Flag officer deputizing for Admiral Jose Cueto Aservi, Commander of the Navy, Marina de Gamboa, President of ABIMDE Guerra del Peru Rear Admiral Roberio Da Cunha Coutinho, Techincal and Commercial Director, EMGEPRON Rear Admiral Juan Carlos DEL ALAMO Carrillo, Executive Director of the Coast Guard, Peruvian NavyDo You Want To Understand The Brazilian Defence Lieutenant Commander Jason KelshallMarket Better? Project Manager, Capital Asset Acquisition, Trinidad And Tobago Coast Guard Join us at the “Engaging the Brazilian Navy” workshop on 23rd May 2013, starting at 9am. Whether you have plans to partner with a Brazilian company or bid for contracts yourself, Confirmed attendance from: join us at this workshop to learn the key routes to market. This Admiral GILBERTO MAX ROFFÈ HIRSCHFELD, Commander of Naval workshop, featuring intensive round-table discussions, is chaired Operations, Brazilian Navyby the Brazilian Navy’s current Director of Naval Engineering, Rear Admiral MARCO ANTONIO CORREA GUIMARÃES, General Commander ofAdmiral Francisco Deiana and led by President of ABIMDE, Vice Admiral the Marine Corps, Brazilian Navy(Retired) Carlos Afonso Pierantoni Gamboa. See page 3 for full details. Admiral ARTHUR PIRES RAMOS, General Director of Material, Brazilian NavyHear from International Navies and Coast Guards: Michael Tangora, Deputy CaptainJeffrey Riedel, William Schoenster, Captain Gregorio Bueno Assistant Commandant, LCS Programme Director, LCS Programme Director, Murga, Deputy Chief of Coast Guard Acquisition US Department Of Defense US Department Of Capability Development, Directorate, United States Defense Spanish Navy Coast GuardLead Sponsor Conference SponsorsSession Sponsor Round Table Sponsor Exhibitors www.opvlatinamerica.com +44 (0)207 368 9737 opv@iqpc.co.uk
  • 2. Brazilian Industry Workshop Creating direct partnership and trading opportunities for the naval defence industry within Latin America Wednesday, 23rd May 2012 08:00 Coffee and Registration 8:00am-2:00pm 09.00 Chairman’s Introduction Rear Admiral Francisco Deiana, Director of Naval Workshop: Accessing Engineering, Brazilian Navy the Brazilian Defence 09.15 Keynote Presentation: Overview of the Brazilian Market: Bidding, Naval Market Partnering, Buying Vice Admiral Carlos Afonso Pieratoni Gamboa, President, ABIMDE Brazil is of the most exciting and fast-growing emerging markets in the world and a 10.00 Scope of the Brazilian Navy Renewal tempting new marketplace to counteract the Programme and Areas for Investment stagnating defence markets of North America and Europe. Despite this Representative to be appointed, Directorate of seemingly attractive forum for new Naval Engineering, Brazilian Navy business, penetrating untapped markets can be risky, uncertain and expensive. 10.30 Coffee and Networking Break But is the risk worth taking? 10.30 Workshop 1: Developing Regional Partnerships As major new requirements for frigates and OPVs emerge in Join this workshop to learn the cultural and procedural form areas including Brazil, Chile and Colombia, it is increasingly for venturing into the Brazilian defence market. Take advantage of the advice given by Brazilian naval officers involved in vital for international industry to expand their capabilities in procurement to fully understand what opportunities are open to your the Latin American region and discover regional partners to business. Learn which routes to market are most suitable for your ensure their successful entrance in the market. In order to products and by doing so mitigate the risk of engaging in Latin achieve this, the Industry Focus Day allows delegates to America with negative returns. The Brazilian defence market match their capabilities to the future market requirements could provide a huge injection of new business for your within the region and expansion strategies of local industry company. providers. With defence markets contracting worldwide, the Brazilian naval renewal programmes are committed to spending $12billion thus Workshop 1 considers the opportunities for joint ventures creating exciting, unmissable and much-needed opportunities for and the offset requirements integral to working within the your business. Brazilian naval market. This workshop is led by senior officers in the Brazilian Navy, including Rear Admiral Francisco Deiana Round Table Leaders: (Director of Naval Engineering), Vice Admiral (Retd) Engineer Milton Branquinho, Commercial Carlos Afonso Pierantoni Gamboa (President of Director, EISA ABIMDE), and representation from the Fleet Renewal Programme. Get exclusive access and participate to gain Engineer Luciano de Albuquerque Junior, a foothold into a marketplace where business is Technical Department, INACE blooming. Engineer Celso Almeida Parisi, Senior Advisor, Themes to include: Estaleiro Rio Grande • How to access the Brazilian Defence Market 11:30 Lunch • Partnering with Brazilian industry 12.30 Workshop 2: Discovering Areas for Investment • Roadmap and overview of tenders for the Fleet Renewal Following on from the opportunities discovered before the Programme lunch break, Workshop 2 allows for direct discussion with regional market leaders on the key areas for upcoming R&D • The path to being a supplier investment within the Brazilian naval industry and future plans for expansion within the market. Hear from Leading Brazilian Industry on Round Table Leaders: their successes, and the opportunity for Mr. Jorge Gonçalves, President, EISA you to partner with them, including: Engineer Luciano de Albuquerque Junior, EISA – Estaleiro Ilha S.A – Shipyard located in Rio de Janeiro, Technical Department, INACE awarded the contract to construct the second batch (made up of 5 units) of Medium Size Patrol Vessels – NPa 500 Engineer Celso Almeida Parisi, Senior Advisor, INACE – Indústria Naval do Ceará S.A – Shipyard located in Estaleiro Rio Grande Fortaleza, awarded the contract to construct the first batch of the a.m. patrol vessels (2 units delivered recently). They have already 13:30 Panel Discussion: Lessons Learned and Key built other naval assets for the Brazilian Navy and some for another Action Points from Workshops country; they are currently building some river hydrographic ships to Featuring Round Table Leaders from the day’s workshops the Brazilian Navy 13.45 Chairman’s Closing Remarks Estaleiro Rio Grande – Shipyard located in Rio Grande, is currently Rear Admiral Francisco Deiana, Director of Engineering, one of the largest shipyards in the country. The shipyard is one of Brazilian Navy the alternatives under consideration by the foreign shipyards currently involved in the BN "Surface Naval Assets Procurement 14.00 End of Workshop Programme" – PROSUPER to be their Brazilian partner4 REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.OPVLATINAMERICA.COM, EMAIL OPV@IQPC.CO.UK OR CALL +44 (0)20 7368 9300.
  • 3. Main Conference Agenda Day One: Monday, 21st May 2012 Day Two: Tuesday, 22nd May 2012 07:45 Coffee and Registration 07:45 Coffee and Registration 09.00 Chairman’s Introduction 09.00 Chairman’s Introduction Rear Admiral Francisco Deiana, Director of Naval Rear Admiral Francisco Deiana, Director of Engineering, Brazilian Navy Engineering, Brazilian Navy 09.10 Keynote Presentation: A Strategic overview of the 09.10 Operations in the Peruvian Amazon, using Brazilian Navy Flag Officer representing Admiral Julio Soares De SIMTRAC (el Sistima Integral de Información y Moura Neto, Commander Of The Navy, Brazilian Navy Monitoreo del Tráfico Acuático) to monitor rivers and coastal seas 09.40 Details of the Fleet Renewal Programme: Rear Admiral Juan Carlos DEL ALAMO information regarding commercial partnerships Carrillo, Executive Director of the Coast Guard, and future development Peruvian Navy (accompanied by a senior officer Rear Admiral Rodolfo Henrique De Saboia, Fleet from the Dirección General of the SIMTRAC project) Renewal Programme Coordinator, Brazilian Navy 10:10 Balancing the Demands of Designing & Building 09.40 EMGEPRON And Its Role In The Brazilian Naval Cost-effective Naval & Patrol Craft from 7 to 200 Military Industry: Support To The Brazilian meters Navy And The Commercialization Of Products Piet van Rooij, Manager Design and Proposal, And Services Made Available By The Naval Damen Shipyards Sector Of The Defence Industry 10.40 Coffee and Networking Break Rear Admiral Roberio Da Cunha Coutinho, Technical and 11.10 Overview of the Padilla Class, OPV project and the Commercial Director, EMGEPRON 2030 Frigate project Admiral Roberto Garcia Márquez, Commander of 10.10 Innovative Ship System Design To Maximize the Navy, Armada Nacional de Colombia Mission Capability 11:40 Fincantieri approach in OPV design, tailored on Thomas M. Shew, Director, Naval Weapon customer needs Systems, Raytheon Company Ing. Luigi Grossi, Head of R&D and Naval Architecture 10.40 Coffee and Networking Break Department, Naval Vessel Business Unit, Fincantieri 12:10 Lunch 11:10 The future of the Peruvian Navy, the outlook for the fleet, regional partnerships, 13:30 Strategies for future operations to police the EEZ acquisitions and operations in the Pacific and ensure protection of offshore assets Flag officer representing Admiral Jose Cueto Commodore Carlos Albuja, Commander in Chief of the Fleet, Armada del Ecuador Aservi, Commander of the Navy, Marina de Guerra del Peru 14:00 Architecture for Secure Communication Interoperability and Information Sharing over 11:40 Reserved for Industry Presentation Heterogeneous Infrastructures for Navies and Senior Representative, BAE Systems their Military and Civil Partners Ms. Marlem Calvo, Vice President, Head of Latin American 12:20 Lunch Operations, Crypto AG 13:40 The Spanish Navy OPV: operational 14:30 Coffee and Networking Break capabilities and experiences Captain Gregorio Bueno Murga, Deputy Chief 15.00 The future of the Emerging lessons for of Capability Development, Spanish Navy Chilean fleet with developing modular missions in the EEZ, and platforms - latest 14.10 Capital acquisition plans for the T&T Coast future eventual update from the US Guard: ensuring the fleet can share construction of 3 Navy’s Littoral Combat information inter-agency and multilaterally additional OPVs Ship programme Lt Cdr Jason Kelshall, Project Manager, Rear Admiral Captain Jeffrey Capital Asset Acquisition, Trinidad And Tobago Giancarlo Stagno, Riedel and William Coast Guard Director of Programs, Schoenster, LCS Research and Development, Programme Directors, US 14:40 Coffee and Networking Break Chilean Navy Department Of Defense 15:10 The Mexican Navy, modernisation and a 15.30 An affordable and The future vision of the future vision for its fleet: Acquitions, proven Command and US Coast Guard’s fleets upgrades, development and regional Control solution for and an overview of partnerships OPVs acquisition and Invited: Admiral Gerardo Ruiz, Commander-in- Captain (Ret) Bo Wallander, procurement strategies Chief, Secretaria de Marina, Armada de Mexico RSWN, MSc, Senior Director Michael Tangora, Business Development Naval Deputy Assistant 15.40 Chairman’s Closing Remarks Radar and EW Systems, Saab Commandant, Coast Rear Admiral Francisco Deiana, Director of AB Guard Acquisition Engineering, Brazilian Navy Directorate, United States Coast Guard 16.00 End of Conference 16.00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks Rear Admiral Francisco Deiana, Director of Engineering, Brazilian Navy 17.00 End of Conference Day 15 REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.OPVLATINAMERICA.COM, EMAIL OPV@IQPC.CO.UK OR CALL +44 (0)20 7368 9300.