At the beginning of June, a new edition of the ADM (Aerospace & Defense Meetings) was held at the Conferences and Exhibitions Center in Seville.
Those attending this event were able to learn first-hand about solutions in aeronautics, as well as in defense and security at the GMV stand. Among them, its latest developments in systems for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) in the area of unmanned aerial systems (UAS). In this regard, GMV shared information on Seeker, one of the unmanned platforms that it designs and develops in collaboration with Aurea Avionics.
In this same area, colleagues from GMV present at the fair also shared information on the U-Space family of products, Dronelocus®, developed by GMV in order to respond to the growing volume of civil unmanned aircraft that will make use of the airspace in the immediate future.
During the event, the FCC (Flight Control Computer) flight control system for the long-range unmanned tactical aircraft ATLANTE was also presented; the navigation and synchronization system for vehicles of the Armed Forces, ISNAV, which will equip the VCR 8x8 DRAGON, and the control unit for the A400-M crane.