Priority Program Coordinators present projects to Suframa
Presentations initiative seeks to equalize knowledge and promote greater interaction and alignment between the municipality and companies
Manaus (AM) – Suframa has invited the coordinating organizations of the Priority Programs, from the Amazon Research and Development Activities Committee (Capda), to make presentations via videoconference, with the aim of updating information and providing clarifications to the Autarchy’s technical team on the Research projects , Development and Innovation (RD&I) in progress or already carried out by the institutions.
The first presentations were held in April with representatives of the International Center for Software Technology (CITS) in the Amazon, coordinator of the Priority Program for Industry 4.0 and Industrial Modernization (PP4.0). During the three days of the event, 78 pitches were held (short and direct presentations of up to 20 minutes) about the projects carried out under the responsibility of the institution. The event had the participation of startups and Institutes of Science, Technology and Innovation (ICTs) and space for questioning and interaction.
The second event, in May, was dedicated to the Bioeconomy Priority Program (PPBIO), coordinated by the Institute for Conservation and Sustainable Development of the Amazon (Idesam), with a total of 35 pitches of projects within the scope of its program. This week, Softex, coordinator of the Priority Program for Fostering Innovative Entrepreneurship (PPEI), presented details on the ten projects carried out by the program.
Suframa’s Deputy Superintendent of Development and Technological Innovation (SDI), Leopoldo Montenegro, explained that the initiative of the presentations seeks to equalize knowledge and promote greater interaction and alignment between the Autarchy and representatives of the innovation ecosystem in the Amazon.
“Furthermore, these events are in line with the Autarchy’s strategy of more step-by-step follow-up and more periodic monitoring of the evolution of the work carried out by the coordinators of the Priority Programs”,
Capda’s Priority Programs are an investment modality of Law 8.387/1991, in which companies producing information and communication technology goods invest in Research, Development and Innovation (RD&I) activities in the Western Amazon region and in the State of Amapá in return for the tax incentives administered by Suframa.
*With advisory information
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