The Peruvian Army in association with Defence IQ are hosting the 5th Annual Armoured Vehicles Latin America; Lima, Peru, 30 June – 1 July. This event brings together Army, Marine Corps and Police Armoured Vehicles operators with industry to discuss the procurement, deployment and design of armoured vehicles.
2016 has emerged as a strong year for the defence and security market in Latin America with demand driven by homeland security concerns, counter-narcotic operations and engagement in PSO operations. Demand for IFVs and amphibious capability is active across the South American region and the Peruvian Army is seeking 106 armoured fighting vehicles and 105 main battle tanks (MBTs) as part of its 'Harpay Nina' (Firepower in native Quechua) programme - one of the largest requirements in the region and the reason the conference is taking place in Lima, Peru.
Este quinto evento cuenta con el apoyo oficial del Ejército y la Armada peruana, y en el se reunirán las principales figuras del Ejercito Peruano, la Policía Nacional y la Infantería de Marina del Perú, al igual que importantes personalidades de los países internacionales.
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Armour requirements and procurement processes
Enhancing Survivability and Protection
Improving Vehicle Mobility and Firepower
case studies of armoured vehicles in battlefield operations
Gain insight and expertise from serving military officers, acquisition staffers and local industry who are at the forefront of key vehicle delivery projects and stay networked in the region
Demonstrate SWaP trade-off solutions to end-users currently experiencing increasing operational demand and budgetary pressures, and adopting advanced technology and systems integration programmes, in order to put your solution top of the agenda
Understand the region’s latest armoured vehicles requirements spanning Brazil, Chile, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala and Peru so that you can find the right customer for your solution
Share discussion with the key stakeholders from global industry that are focussed on meeting capability gaps across Latin America, in order to find partners for projects and access to the market
Lieutenant General Luiz Felipe Linhares Gomes, Head of the Project Management Office at the Brazilian Army, discusses immediate priorities for the Guarani programme and hte emerging developments for Brazil’s land forces. .
Defence IQ has investigated the major market developments in Latin America and compiled the findings into an exclusive report. Read it to discover where executives in the defence industry within the local region see their armoured vehicle priorities in the near future.
Armoured Vehicles Latin America: 2016 Report The Latin American defence market remains largely active thanks to continued modernisation requirements and the economic dependence on both local industry and internal security.