Defense and Security

Innovative solutions for the defense and security sector


Developing innovative defense and security solutions

At GMV, we provide innovative, flexible, expandable, and easy-to-maintain solutions capable of satisfying the most demanding requirements and developed under strict quality standards.

Our developments are backed by an exceptional human team and the highest quality standards, certified under ISO 9001:2000, EN 9100, PECAL/AQAP 2110, PECAL/AQAP 2210, ECAL/AQAP 2310, and certified CMMI Level 5.


Defense and Security Activity

Sistema Talos

GMV develops and integrates command and control systems (C4I) that  offer information in real time from the different units (land, air, maritime, or space) and from different sensors, providing command with suitable situational awareness.

GMV is  the preferred supplier of reference command and control systems for artillery and infantry for the Ministry of Defense, and it has been responsible for the maintenance and evolution of the EUCCIS C2 system of the European External Action Service (EEAS) since 2016.


Suite of tools for border surveillance

Integrated fire support coordination and execution

Operations and Information Center/Personnel and Logistics Center

Defensa pantalla

GMV has developed an innovative collection of ISR systems integrated into the SAPIIEM family of products.

SAPIIEM is a program developed by GMV for the Spanish Ministry of Defense, made up of the ATENEA, SEISMO, COLLECTOR and IRIS stations, and the database (CSD).

GMV has also developed the C2NEC command and control system.

GMV develops the system for NATO's NCIA to store and distribute products in the area of intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance called CSD (coalition shared data services) Enduring Solution.



JISR product suite, compatible with the NATO interoperability initiatives (STANAG) and NATO doctrine


Leveraging knowledge and GMV’s relevant role in the area of satellite navigation and its key position in the leading European navigation incentives and programs, GMV has developed proprietary technology directly applicable to the area of defense. These technologies include the development of a secure Galileo PRS (public regulated service) receiver with protection against jamming and spoofing.

GMV is responsible for the navigation systems for RPAS ATLANTE, the new F-110 Frigate (Senda system) and the VCR 8x8 vehicle (isnav system).


Navigation and Synchronization Server for Vehicles

Navigation system and synchronization server for Spanish F-110 frigates


SISCAP (infantry system) develops technologies to equip soldiers with the resources necessary for effective combat operations.

GMV is responsible for integrating the CIS subsystem and developing the primary soldier computer responsible for the command and control capabilities, connectivity with the devices carried by the combatant, and energy management.

GMV is participating in the leading European infantry projects, such as the EDA’s CEDSS and STASS initiatives and the GOSSRA program funded by the EC.



GMV has solutions that make it possible to leverage the potential of the ICT infrastructures at the strategic, operational, and tactical levels.

GMV is the company responsible for the development of CDTEXP training and exercise, coordination, and support cyberdefense platform for the EDA.

GMV is also the lead contractor in the EUCI CIS project (Communication and Information Systems Processing EU-Classified Information) for the EDA, which serves to design and deploy two new communication networks capable of processing classified information.



GMV has a wide array of simulators that include products geared toward operational research and tactical training simulators.

GMV has a partnership with L3 HARRIS for the development of the WESCAM MX™-Sim. This is a training simulator in the family of electro-optical and infrared WESCAM MX cameras, the global leader in features, providing the training capabilities required by the camera operator at a fraction of the cost of in-flight training.

vigilancia fronteras

GMV has developed innovative border surveillance system integration technology for both land and sea borders.

Especially relevant is that within the framework of the European Commission’s European Border Surveillance System, assigned to FRONTEX, GMV was selected to develop, evolve, and maintain the EUROSUR network.

GMV has also supplied the Spanish Civil Guard with control centers for the exterior surveillance system (SIVE) program and the satellite imagery exploitation systems.


Multi-application platform for port management and maritime traffic operations

vigilancia maritima

GMV's solutions include:

Maritime surveillance control centers (Socrates® suite)

AIS and VTS systems (Shiplocus® suite)

Ship detection system using satellite imagery exploitation.

DGPS coastal networks

GMV provides a variety of systems for Spanish ports, EMSA, SASEMAR, and the Spanish Navy’s Maritime Action Operations and Surveillance Center.

GMV also has a significant presence in the leading European cooperation programs: CLOSEYE (FP 7), EUCISE 2020 (H2020), MARISA (H2020), ANDROMEDA (H2020), and OCEAN2020 (PADR).


Multi-application platform for port management and maritime traffic operations

seg fisica

GMV is an integrator of access control, presence, perimeter surveillance, and security systems.

GMV offers an integrated access, presence, and security control system (SCA) designed to control and oversee all access to different zones of multiple centers, allowing workday tracking and providing comprehensive security management.

The systems developed by GMV operate at noteworthy facilities such as the Ministry of Defense, Constitutional Court, on Spanish Navy ships, and in the entire network of MAPFRE buildings and offices.



Our Commitment to R&D

At GMV, we are aware that the only way to respond to the challenges presented by ever changing global threats is to commit firmly to R&D.

Our commitment to R&D has led GMV to become a European benchmark in international cooperation programs in the area of defense and security.

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