GMV showcases its defense and security solutions at the latest HOMSEC
From 14 to 16 March GMV will be taking part in the sixth International Defense and Security Tradefair, HOMSEC 2017, to be held in Madrid’s Juan Carlos I tradefair site (IFEMA).
GMV will be running a stand displaying its systems and solutions for state security and armed forces: C4ISTAR systems, border surveillance systems, crisis management and monitoring systems, navigation systems and aeronautics systems.
Within the JISR (Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) area, as part of Spain’s participation in NATO’s MAJIIC project (Multisensor Aerospace /Ground Joint ISR - Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance - Interoperability Coalition), GMV will be highlighting the SAPIIEM system (comprising several systems such as ATENEA, COLLECTOR, CSD SIERRA, SIERRA tools and C2NEC), which compiles information from multiple sources in various formats, furnishing intelligence analysts with the necessary tools for exchanging ISR information and establishing workflows to ensure proper interaction in all phases of the JISR cycle. It will also present the command and control system C2NEC, entirely integrated with the JISR tools.
GMV will also be presenting its JISR training solutions such as the COLLECTOR training version and the EO/IR camera simulators.
GMV will also showcase its TALOS system, a complete command and control environment for the planning, management and execution of all fire support that might be needed by a brigade: field artillery, mortar fire, naval fire support and air support. GMV will also be displaying other command and control and surveillance and reconnaissance systems it has developed for the Spanish MoD and international agencies such as the European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders of the Member States of the European Union (FRONTEX, shortened from the French Frontières extérieures) with the EUROSUR system and the European External Action Service (EEAS)’s EUCCIS command and control system.
GMV will also be presenting its developments in navigation systems, such as the Flight Control Computer (FCC) of the unmanned aircraft ATLANTE, one of the most critical pieces of equipment of the whole project, seeing to the aircraft’s navigation, guidance and control, and the multi-sensor navigation systems geared towards various environments and promoted in the VCR 8X8 and F110 programs.
Lastly, within the aeronautics field, GMV will be exhibiting the control unit developed for the loading system of the A 400M aircraft.
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