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Visiona, a Brazilian joint venture between Brazilian Airplane maker, Embraer, and telecom service provider, Telebras, has chosen a French-Italian company to construct its geostationary satellite. French Italian company, Thales Alenia Space(TAS), has won this geo satellite construction work and would be getting 300 million Euros for completing this project. The geostationary satellite project has been taken by Brazil with the sole objective of meeting the high speed internet demands of the civil and military population. The main objective of Brazilian government is to extend the high speed internet services to every nook and corner of the country.
The recently signed deal allows for transfer of technology between TAS and Brazil. Brazil is planning to make TAS as its most preferred partner in building satellites that are part of the various Brazilian space programs. TAS Chief Executive shared some information regarding the Brazilian plans in launching space satellites. According to the TAS chief executive, Jean-Loic Galle, Brazil has come out with a plan for building 12 meteorology and observation satellites and 3 telecommunication satellites in the next ten years. Brazil would be taking the help of TAS for building those satellites. In addition to sharing and transferring their technical expertise in the telecommunication space, TAS would also be sharing their expertise in meteorology space.
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