GMV to develop a Deployable Air Operations Coordination Center for the Spanish Air Force


GMV has won a contract from the Spanish Air Force to modernize an advanced Deployable Air Operations Coordination Center (AOCC-D). The company, with a long track record in the development of command-and-control solutions, will equip the center with state-of-the-art technology for a total of €1.9 million. 

The AOCC-D will offer cutting-edge capabilities that will make it possible to integrate its systems into various networks, including mission networks, Command and Control (C2) networks, WANs, and tactical radio communications networks. The contract also provides for the modernization of the Deployable Base Operations Center (BOC-D) and the Deployable Air Operations Center (AOC-D) to align their technology with that of the new AOCC-D.

The project covers specification through installation and testing, ensuring delivery of a complete AOCC-D module for the Air and Space Force. This deployable center will provide the capability to operate in international theaters of operations, in line with the requirements established by national legislation and Spain’s international commitments.

GMV will equip the AOCC-D with network elements to enable the integration of information systems and functional tools needed for planning and conducting air operations. It will also have secure voice, fax, and data communications capacity, cabling infrastructure for global SATCOM communications, and secure military messaging and videoconferencing systems, among other advanced features.

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