1 Opportunities for U.S. Companies in the Brazilian Intelligent Transportation Systems Market Miguel Hernández Commercial Officer U.S. Consulate São Paulo, Brazil April 6, 2011
2 OUTLINE Overview U.S. Brazil Cooperation Agreements Brazil Adopts National Transportation Communications for ITS Protocol (NTCIP) Standards ITS Opportunities Upcoming U.S. Government ITS Initiatives in Brazil
3 U.S. Foreign Commercial Service FCS is the trade promotion arm of the International Trade Administration within the United States Department of Commerce. The mission is to promote the export of goods and services from the United States, particularly by small- and mediumsized businesses, and to engage in commercial diplomacy on behalf U.S. business. About FCS 250 Officers serve in over 80 U.S. embassies and consulates.
4 7 th largest economy in the world GDP grew by 7.5 % and expected to grow over 4 % this year Achieved investment grade status from all major credit agencies Appreciating currency Political Stability Why Brazil?
5 U.S. Brazil Transportation Cooperation Agreements Memorandum of Understanding to Support the Organization of Major Global Sporting Events signed March 2011 Highway Sector Implementing Arrangement between FHWA and the Brazilian Ministry of Transport signed April 2010.
6 National Transportation Communications for ITS Protocol (NTCIP) Standards In December 2009, the Brazilian Federal Agency for highways has regulated that all private roads use the NTCIP family of standards.
7 ITS Opportunities Brazil will host the FIFA World Cup in 2014 and Olympics in Brazilian cities will have to invest heavily in the modernization and expansion of its transportation system. Brazil plans to invest in the construction of new metro lines, light rail train lines, and Bus Rapid Transit systems. Brazil is seeking to increase private concessions and Public Private Partnerships (PPP s) to generate new funds for investment in roads, rails, ports and airports.
8 FEDERAL HIGHWAY CONCESSION PROGRAM Central-South Region 54% of Brazil s GDP Length: 2,212.4 km BR-040/Distrito Federal-Goiás-Minas Gerais 937 km BR-116/Minas Gerais 817 km BR-101/Espírito Santo km Total Investment: US$5.5 billion GO BR-040 DF BR-116 BR-101 Concession bidding 1nd Half, 2011 MG Belo Horizonte Governador Valadares ES Vitória
9 World Cup Host Cities 1-Fortaleza (Ceará) - Estádio: Castelão 2-Natal (Rio Grande do Norte) - Estádio: Cidade das Dunas 3-Recife (Pernambuco) - Estádio: Cidade da Copa 4-Salvador (Bahia) - Estádio: Fonte Nova 5-Brasília (Distrito Federal) - Estádio: Estádio Nacional de Brasília 6-Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais) - Estádio: Mineirão 7-Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro) - Estádio: Maracanã 8-São Paulo - (São Paulo) - Estádio: Morumbi 9-Curitiba (Paraná) - Estádio: Arena da Baixada 10-Porto Alegre (Rio Grande do Sul) - Estádio: Arena do Beira-Rio 11-Manaus (Amazonas) - Estádio: Vivaldão 12-Cuiabá (Mato Grosso) Estádio: Verdão
10 Highway Projects Connecting World Cup Host Cities Manau s Fortalez a Natal BR-101 Recife Cuiabá BR-070 Brasíli a BR-242 Salvador Belo Horizonte Rio de Janeiro São Paulo Curitiba BR-116 Porto Alegre
11 URBAN MOBILITY WORLD CUP Host City QTDE Project Cost BRT US$ Million Corredor Rail Natal Brasília Fortaleza Curitiba Cuiabá Porto Alegre Salvador Recife Manaus Belo Horizonte São Paulo 1 1,681 1 Rio de Janeiro TOTAL 50 6,
12 Upcoming U.S. Initiatives in ITS in Brazil
13 USTDA Reverse Trade Mission Reverse Trade Missions bring foreign buyers to the United States, pending an upcoming procurement, in order to observe the design, manufacture, demonstration and operation of U.S. products and services that can help them achieve their development goals. These strategically planned missions also present excellent opportunities for U.S. businesses to establish or enhance relationships with prospective overseas customers. A Brazil ITS RTM is planned for later this year
14 Trade fairs in Brazil Trade Events Intermodal South America Logistics, Transportation and International Commerce Fair. April 5-7, São Paulo, SP, Brazil. Transpo-Sul Logistics and Transportation Fair and Congress July 13-15, Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil. Transmodal Brasil Intermodal Transport and Logistics Fair of the Northeast August 10-12, Fortaleza, CE, Brazil. Expo Logistica Rio de Janeiro Logistics Products, Services and Solutions Fair September 12-14, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil.
15 EXIM Bank Financing In March 2011, EXIM Bank announced $1 billion in export credit for infrastructure projects for the State of Rio de Janiero. The loans could cover ITS projects related to the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympics. Ex-Im Bank is committed to support small business exporters. In fact, about 85% of the Bank s transactions support small businesses. Small businesses can access all Ex-Im Bank products, including specialized small business financing tools such as working capital guarantee and export credit insurance.
16 Thank you! Miguel Hernández Commercial Officer U.S. Consulate General São Paulo, Brazil Phone:
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