America Responds to Current Public Safety Demands in Brazil by Bringing Large Contingent of Leading U.S. Defense Suppliers to LAAD Defence & Security 2023

This week, 40 American companies will come together at LAAD Defence & Security 2023 within the USA Partnership Pavilion to offer world-class products and services in efforts to combat Brazil’s current security concerns.

LAAD Defence & Security comes at a pivotal time for Brazil following significant security issues from the Brazilian government. According to the International Trade Administration, the Brazilian government security program aims to strengthen border control, combat organized crime, improve the prison system, create a national information system for public security agencies, and combat drug trafficking over the next decade.

HawkEye 360 (Booth #O52), new to LAAD this year, has been able to halt large amounts of illegal shipments from entering the U.S. with commercial radio frequency (RF) data. HawkEye 360’s unique RF geospatial intelligence can benefit law enforcement operations to find the ships for interception and prosecution.

With the rising demand for public safety, there is an expected increase in investment in security equipment and technology, specifically OEMs, communication satellites, and UAVs. In response to this, the USA Partnership Pavilion, organized by Kallman Worldwide, Inc., in coordination with numerous government agencies, including the U.S. Departments of Commerce and State, will host 80% of the U.S. companies exhibiting at the show, bringing 12 companies specializing in law enforcement products and technology.

For example, Integrated Procurement Technologies (Booth #N62) is a leading aerospace and military distributor and worldwide supplier of OEM parts and equipment. RECOM Laboratories, L3Harris, and Mistral Inc. will also be showcasing communication satellites and systems at LAAD 2023.

Visit the USA Partnership Pavilion on-site at LAAD 2023 from April 11-14 in Hall 4 or connect with exhibiting companies at at