GMV will present its tech capabilities at the International Defence & Security Exhibition (FEINDEF), which will take place from 17 to 19 May at the IFEMA Convention Center in Madrid, Spain.
In the defense and security sector, GMV is the number one supplier of command and control systems (C4I) for the Spanish Army; it is a NATO leader in ISR/CSD solutions and a trailblazer in advanced navigation applications for defense systems; and it boasts a top international position in terms of developing and implementing border surveillance systems and participating in European defense projects.
GMV will be at International Defence & Security Exhibition (FEINDEF), Booth No : (D08) in pavilion 10
In line with its leading position, GMV will be taking part in FEINDEF with a stand (D08) in pavilion 10, where it will showcase the solutions and systems it offers to Spanish security forces and law enforcement to support crisis monitoring and management, defense and security, and information security. As a member of the SATNUS consortium, representatives from GMV will also be present at the stand (E12 B) of the Future Combat Air System (FCAS) in the same pavilion. GMV will also be collaborating on the stands of ESCRIBANO Mechanical & Engineering, SMS, and TESS Defence, which will be exhibiting at this third FEINDEF event.
In the area of joint intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (JISR), GMV will be presenting the tools in the CSD SIERRA suite developed within the SAPIIEM program, as well as the product storage and distribution system for the CSD Enduring Solution project awarded by the NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCIA).
GMV will also be showcasing the command and control and surveillance and reconnaissance systems it has developed for international agencies, such as the EUROSUR network for the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (FRONTEX) and the command and control system known as EUCCIS for the European External Action Service of the European Union (EEAS).
As part of GMV’s offer in the field of aeronautics and navigation, the company will show off its capabilities in engineering, critical software development, and systems and equipment development. Throughout the FEINDEF event, GMV will display its SENDA navigation system, which will be integrated into the future F‑110 frigates; the flight control computer (FCC) of the long-range tactical unmanned aircraft ATLANTE; a secure Galileo Public Regulated Service (PRS) receiver; the ISNAV navigation and synchronization system for armed forces vehicles, which will be fitted into the 8×8 DRAGON VCRs; and the control unit for the A400-M crane, among other products.
As regards dismounted-soldier systems, GMV will present the work it has carried out as part of SISCAP, where, in a joint venture with Indra, it is responsible for the soldier’s primary computer, which controls power distribution and manages the signals of the combatant’s various optronic sensors and displays.
At the upcoming FEINDEF event, GMV will also display its latest developments for increasing the interoperability of intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities in unmanned aerial systems (UAS). In this area, GMV is working with Aurea Avionics to design and develop the unmanned platforms Seeker, Solo, and Passer.