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The Air Force and the company Tecnobit- Oesía Group sign a General Protocol of Collaboration Actions through the Armament and Experimentation Logistics Center (CLAEX)

The Air Force and the company Tecnobit- Oesía Group sign a General Protocol of Collaboration Actions through the Armament and Experimentation Logistics Center (CLAEX)

  2/12/2021

On February 10, at the offices of the Logistics Support Command of the Air Headquarters, the signing of a General Protocol of Actions took place. The agreement has been signed by Lieutenant General Mr. Ignacio Bengoechea Martí, Chief of the Logistics Support Command (MALOG) of the Air Force, and Mr. Héctor Roldán Sánchez, General Director of the Tecnobit- Oesía Group company. The event was also attended by MALOG authorities and the Executive President of Group Oesía, Luis Furnells, along with members of the company´s senior management.


Through the General Protocol of Actions, the Air Force, mainly through CLAEX, and the company Tecnobit- Oesía Group express their intention to establish close collaboration through initiatives of innovation and research and development of operational applications of common interest.

The collaboration Agreement will be used to implement innovative and technological solutions that make possible to achieve greater operability and effectiveness of the Air Force missions. This way, both parties will carry out cooperation initiatives through the Logistics Center for Armament and Experimentation (CLAEX), a body dependent on the General Air Command (MAGEN) and operatively dependent on the Logistics Support Command (MALOG).

Tecnobit- Group Oesía, a 100% Spanish company, international reference for over 40 years in the security, defense and aerospace sectors, has among its fundamental technological pillars electro-optical systems, situational awareness, simulation, tactical communications and encryptors, electronic systems, as well as sensors for aircraft.

This General Protocol of Actions will have a length of four years from the date of its signature, expressly extendable for successive periods of two years.

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