The Spanish Ministry of Defence (MoD) has contracted Indra to provide maintenance for terminals used in Spain’s military satellite communications system (SECOMSAT).
Under the €42.8m deal, the company will carry out preventative maintenance and equipment repairs for terminals used in SECOMSAT system for three years, with the provision for additional three-year options.
The contract also covers engineering services, such as integrating upgrades for the terminals.
Building on existing features, the company will adapt systems to handle specific environmental conditions encountered in missions.
Used by Spain’s military emergencies unit (UME), SECOMSAT systems serve a primary military communications network that facilitates quick and secure information transferral.
Since 1994, the company has been developing and supplying terminals for the SECOMSAT network.
Earlier this year, Indra secured a contract to supply Victrix shooting simulators for the nation’s armed forces.
Awarded by the Spanish MoD, the contract required the company to supply six simulators, bringing the total number of Victrix simulators received by Spain to 34.
Image: SECOMSAT network systems serves as a primary military communications network that facilitates quick and secure transfer of information. Photo: courtesy of Indra.