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The Romanian Ministry of Defense published the decision of the military agreement with the Kingdom of Morocco, which includes the following aspects:

The military industry
Modernization and development of military products
Electronic and cyber warfare
Technical and technological support
Military maneuvers
Military medicine
and other fields

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This came after Morocco announced this week, The law regulating the military industries officially

http://www.sgg.gov.ma/BO/AR/3111/2021/BO_7011_Ar.pdf


From pistols to aircrafts and warships.. The arms industry law in Morocco enters into force

https://www.assahifa.com/من-المسدسات-إلى-الطائرات-والسفن-الحرب/


According to this new law..the defense industry will include :

- Soldier's individual equipment
- Communication and jamming equipment
- Electronic warfare equipment
- Ammunition of all kinds
- Maritime industry from ships to submarines and will include all technologies in this field
- Missile engines (cruise)
- Anti-armor systems
- Combat vehicles and armor
- Aviation industry, whether manned or unmanned
- Monitoring devices (radars, thermal cameras...etc)


The most important part of it .. is that Morocco will get the US arms industry technology to make all these systems..



US Manufacturing Technology Orders January 2021




Morocco begins manufacturing weapons and military equipment with American expertise..

American newspapers have also been interested in the issue of Morocco's military cooperation with the United States by promoting joint investment projects in Morocco in the defense industry in order to stimulate technology transfer and gradually build the Kingdom's strategic independence in this field.

http://www.assafir24.ma/?p=99744

https://defence.pk/pdf/threads/offi...uring-weapons-with-american-expertise.692134/
 
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Romania - defense industry

This is the best potential industry segment for this country and includes market overview and trade data.

Romania is a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the European Union, and is a strategic partner of the United States. The country maintains good relations with its neighbors and regional partners. Romania has adhered to the NATO directive to spend at least 2.0% of GDP on defense up to 2027 This is partly due to a one-year budget cycle, however, the country has not yet achieved this spending level.

However, the expected increased spending levels present a clear opportunity for US defense equipment and service providers. Romania is also looking to modernize its defense industry through international partnerships. US companies may be asked to contribute to this goal and the Romanian parliament must approve the acquisitions. defense worth over 100 million euros ($110 million).

Leading sub-sectors

- Tracked and Wheeled Armored Vehicles
- Infantry weapons and ammunition
- Artillery systems and ammunition
- Missile systems and launchers
- Powders and explosives
- Equipment and Subsystems
- Low and medium altitude radar systems
- US combat aircraft upgrades
- Spare parts and service
- Defense training and consulting

Manufacturers
  • Romtehnica.
  • ROMARM.
  • Uzinele Mecanice Cugir.
  • Uzina Automecanica Moreni.
  • Carfil Braşov.
  • Industria Aeronautică Română


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APT 35 with 7.62×54 mm machine gun PLML


Other than Romania..This is a compiled list that includes almost all joint cooperation agreements In the field of military industrialization signed recently by Morocco with foreign countries:

Brazil
Serbia
Ukraine
Turkey
Pakistan
Russia
China
Croatia
Czech Republic
USA
France
Israel
UK
Portugal

And there is talk with India apparently..
 
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Manufacturing Technology

Manufacturing technology is a term that can refer to a number of modern methods of science, production, and engineering that assist in industrial production and various manufacturing processes.

There are many modern manufacturing technologies, most of them specifically relevant to ‘Industry 4.0’, the name given to the fourth industrial revolution, associated with automation, data exchange, digital technology, artificial intelligence and machine learning, and the ‘Internet of Things’. Therefore, a lot of the manufacturing technologies innovating production and industry are also relevant to this fourth wave of technological advancement.




5 Modern Technologies Impacting Manufacturers
  • The Industrial Internet of Things. ...
  • Big Data Analytics. ...
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. ...
  • 3-D Printing. ...
  • Virtual Reality.
Examples

Smart Factories

Smart factories are environments that are highly digitised for manufacturing to take place more efficiently through connected systems. Through innovative manufacturing technology, machines and systems can, through automation and self-optimisation, learn and adapt to situations with increased productivity. Facilities in France, Ireland, China, and the Czech Republic were named the most productive and powerful smart factories in the world by the World Economic Forum in 2019. Able to produce goods on a large scale, smart factories are useful not just for manufacturing jobs but also for processes like planning, supply chain logistics, and product development.

Cyber-Physical Systems

Cyber-physical systems are those which integrate computer, networking, and physical processes, in which embedded computing technologies control and monitor processes in real time. The combination of cyber and physical industries is crucial to this manufacturing technology; the computer system monitors the process and identifies areas where change is required, and the physical system reacts accordingly. Cyber-physical systems are often considered one of the main advancements of Industry 4.0.

Additive Manufacturing

3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is a computer controlled process in which three-dimensional objects can be created by materials deposited in layers. Using computer aided design (CAD) or 3D object scanners, components, parts, or any other object can be made without the use of machining or any other techniques, and therefore less surplus material.

Big Data

Today data is collected constantly in systems, sensors, and commonplace electronic items like mobile devices, and the amount of data to be stored is growing every day. ‘Big data’, a collection of global data from various sources, can be a useful component in manufacturing technology. Industry is in the process of developing methods to interpret and analyse data to use in production. These potential productive uses include risk management, manufacturing products to a customer’s specific tastes or order, improving quality, tracking production, and logistics, amongst others.

Augmented Reality

Augmented reality (AR) technology displays digital content in the real world, allowing visualisation of products or superimposing data or plans onto physical components and machinery. In manufacturing, AR could be used to overlay text, statistics, such as showing the running temperate of a piece of equipment without touching it, or virtual health and safety training without requiring an individual to involve themselves in something potentially harmful. Augmented reality glasses are predicted to reach around 19.1 million units by 2021, and when combined with virtual reality devices, could hit 59.2 million units.

Numerical Control

Machining tools or items used in manufacture, such as 3D printers, can be regulated and controlled remotely using CNC – computer numerical control. A CNC machine processes a piece of material to key specifications, following a coded programmed instruction and without the need for a manual operator. Modern CNC systems, through high tech computer programming, allows the design and manufacture of a mechanical part to be highly automated. Processes like laser cutting and additive manufacturing rely on numerical control to efficiently and remotely create products.

Robotics has Changed Manufacturing Technology

Robotics is a field of technology which has seen huge technological advancements, which have had many impacts on manufacturing. Robots are able to perform tasks repetitively and tirelessly, and with precision, high efficiency, and very little error. Many of the examples already discussed are bolstered by the use of robotics. For example, the data analytics and technology insights essential to the smart factory can be bolstered by robotics, and numerical control can be carried out efficiently by a piece of robotic technology. One of the main changes this means for the world of manufacturing technology is a shift in jobs. Rather than being about production and manufacture, now people specialised in robotics to oversee the machinery doing the manufacturing are sought after by this industry.

*Apparently this is what the US will provide in ToT to Morocco ..
 
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Sub-Saharan African countries are the Moroccan immediate commercial, economic and diplomatic backyard.,.

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The African Development Bank indicated that relations between Morocco and Africa are intensifying, and trade exchanges between the Kingdom and the rest of the continent as a whol4 have been doubling in recent years, by more than 20 percent..
 

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The Romanian Ministry of Defense published the decision of the military agreement with the Kingdom of Morocco, which includes the following aspects:

The military industry
Modernization and development of military products
Electronic and cyber warfare
Technical and technological support
Military maneuvers
Military medicine
and other fields

Image



This came after Morocco announced this week, The law regulating the military industries officially

http://www.sgg.gov.ma/BO/AR/3111/2021/BO_7011_Ar.pdf


From pistols to aircrafts and warships.. The arms industry law in Morocco enters into force

https://www.assahifa.com/من-المسدسات-إلى-الطائرات-والسفن-الحرب/


According to this new law..the defense industry will include :

- Soldier's individual equipment
- Communication and jamming equipment
- Electronic warfare equipment
- Ammunition of all kinds
- Maritime industry from ships to submarines and will include all technologies in this field
- Missile engines (cruise)
- Anti-armor systems
- Combat vehicles and armor
- Aviation industry, whether manned or unmanned
- Monitoring devices (radars, thermal cameras...etc)


The most important part of it .. is that Morocco will get the US arms industry technology to make all these systems..



US Manufacturing Technology Orders January 2021




Morocco begins manufacturing weapons and military equipment with American expertise..

American newspapers have also been interested in the issue of Morocco's military cooperation with the United States by promoting joint investment projects in Morocco in the defense industry in order to stimulate technology transfer and gradually build the Kingdom's strategic independence in this field.

http://www.assafir24.ma/?p=99744

https://defence.pk/pdf/threads/offi...uring-weapons-with-american-expertise.692134/
The blind leading the blind. Needless to say.
 

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Sub-Saharan African countries are the Moroccan immediate commercial, economic and diplomatic backyard.,.

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The African Development Bank indicated that relations between Morocco and Afrithe ca are intensifying, and trade exchanges between the Kingdom and the rest of the continent as a whol4 have been doubling in recent years, by more than 20 percent..
Morocco is good at projecting plans that will never materialize. South Africa is an ally of the Western Sahara Republic, a country currently illegally occupied by the Morocco regime. Just like the Nigeria-Morocco gas pipeline before it, this project will never see the light of day.

King of Morocco Mohamed 6 (photo 2019) , the "brain" behind all these failed plans.
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