GMV takes part in the latest Defence and Security Equipment International exhibition, DSEI
More than 1550 firms attended London’s Defence and Security Equipment International exhibition, DSEI 2017, one of the world’s leading defense and security events. GMV was among them, showcasing its solutions and systems for armed forces and security corps.
This year’s exhibition, attracting a turnout of 34,000 visitors, served as an excellent international shop-window for displaying GMV’s activities, generating new business opportunities.
The four-day event brought out GMV’s notable experience in command and control and JISR (Joint, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance). This activity is part and parcel of Spain’s participation in NATO’s MAJIIC project, where GMV is collaborating not only with diverse NATO organizations but also MoDs of NATO member countries on both sides of the Atlantic, offering its inhouse Mobile ISTAR Operating system (called SEISMO after its Spanish initials: Sistema de Explotación ISTAR Móvil), CSD (Coalition Shared Database), ATENEA (IRM&CM Tool) and COLLECTOR (ISR sensor simulator), which pools information from many different sources in different formats to provide intelligence analysts with the necessary tools for exchanging ISR information.
A delegation from the Directorate General of Armaments and Material (Dirección General de Armamento y Material), led by Army Division General Felipe de la Plaza Bringas (recently appointed Subdirector General of International Relations), visited GMV’s stand, accompanied by Brigade General Luis Manuel López González (Chief of the External Support Office since 2013).