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Uniting the talent of over 7500 professionals in Brazil

18 offices in the main Brazilian states and 3 software labs

And a daring future Project

 

 

Edificio de Indra en Brasil

Presence in Brazil 

Integrated global solutions

Indra has been present in Brazil since 1996. The company has over 7500 employees currently, headquarters in São Paulo and offices in Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Fortaleza and Salvador, among other cities. Indra has two software labs in Campinas and Goiania, and its activities include the Transport and Traffic, Utilities and Energy, Security and Defense, Telecommunication, Financial Services, Public Administration and Industry. 

Brazil is one of Indra´s strategic global goals, and currently is the company's main international market. In 2011, Indra transferred the company´s international general management to Brazil, and from its headquarters in São Paulo, Emilio Diaz, International General Director and President of Indra in Brazil, manages the businesses of the over 110 countries in which Indra is present.

In the defense industry, the company has periodically collaborated with the country’s armed forces since 2005 in projects related with satellite military communications, radars and electronic defense systems. Currently, Indra is the main satellite terminal supplier for the Brazilian Ministry of Defense.

Indra in Brazil has also contributed significantly to consolidate the satellite communication network of the Ministry of Defense (SISCOMIS network), not only by supplying different Satcom terrestrial and naval terminals, but also by developing the network's management system.

In addition,  Indra has signed a contract to deliver to the  Brazilian Airspace Control System Implementation Commission (CISCEA) two portable radar systems (MSSR Mode S) to back up civil air traffic management. 

In the field of management systems of transport and traffic infrastructures, Indra, in cooperation with Esteio, was awarded the implementation of the toll systems in three highways, two in São Paulo and one that connects the regions of Minas Gerais and Rio de Janeiro. Also, both companies will design and start up a metropolitan traffic management system in Curitiba, capital city of Paraná.