GMV is a Spanish technological company, founded in 1984, which offers to its clients tailored solutions as well as innovative services. GMV’s activity is developed in the sectors of Aeronautics, Space, Defense and Security, Cybersecurity, Health, Intelligent Transport Systems, Automotive, Telecommunications and Information Technologies for Public Administrations and Large Companies.
GMV’s strategy is based on continuous innovation and on a response adapted to demand. This has allowed it to expand internationally. GMV has clients on five continents and 65% of its turnover comes from international projects.
Currently, GMV is the world's first independent provider of Ground Control Systems for commercial telecommunications satellite operators and a European leader in the Ground Segment of Navigation Systems (EGNOS and Galileo). It is also the main provider of C4ISR systems for the Spanish MoD, as well as the first provider in Spain of telematic systems for public transport.
GMV will be presenting its JISR solutions, command and control systems, navigation systems, EURODRONE systems, RPAS and simulation.
In the JISR area (Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance). GMV will be exhibiting the CSD SIERRA suite developed within the SAPIIEM program and the system for storage and dissemination of intelligence products for the CSD Enduring Solution project awarded by NATO's Communication and Information Agency (NCIA).
As part of GMV's offer in the aeronautics and navigation field it will be showing its capabilities in engineering, development of critical software and development of systems and equipment. It will be highlighting the SENDA navigation system to be integrated into the F-110 frigates, the ISNAV navigation and synchronization system to be fitted to the 8x8 DRAGON RCVs and the control unit for the A400-M crane.
Within the area of foot soldier systems GMV's work on SISCAP will be highlighted. This, in a joint venture with Indra, focuses on the soldier's main computer, which also controls power distribution and manages the signals of optronic sensors and the fighter's visors.
GMV will also be highlighting other C4ISR systems, such as the TALOS artillery C4I system it has developed for the Ministry of Defense, the EUROSUR network for the European FRONTEX Agency, the EUCCIS command and control system for the EU's European External Action Service (EEAS) or the Socrates suite for maritime surveillance.
GMV is also a leading industrial player in the development and supply of systems and services associated with unmanned aircraft. FEINDEF will showcase its latest developments for EURODRONE, Europe's main RPAS program, the Flight Control Computer (FCC) for certified RPAS and systems for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) in the area of unmanned aerial systems (UAS). In this line GMV is designing and developing, in collaboration with Aurea Avionics, the unmanned platforms SEEKER, PASSER and SOLO.
GMV will also be presenting its complete range of high-fidelity simulators and emulators for the EO/IR surveillance and positioning systems of the WESCAM MX™ series of L3HARRIS.
GMV now has over 35 years' experience and is a supplier of the Ministries of Defense and Interior of Spain and Portugal and of international defense and security organizations such as NATO, the European Defence Agency (EDA), the European External Action Service (EEAS), the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (FRONTEX), the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) and the European Union Satellite Centre (SATCEN), among others.
- JISR CSD Sierra Suite
- Socrates Command and Control Suite
- Spanish Dismounted Soldier System (SISCAP)
- Mini-computer LGB10-11
- Armed Forces Navigational and Timing System for Vehicles (ISNAV)
- UAS SEEKER
- UAS PASSER
- MX- SIMULATOR
- Galileo PRS receiver
- UAS SOLO
- SENDA Ship Navigation System