Collaboration settlement between Tecnobit – Grupo Oesía and UAV Navigation – Drones Information
The companies, both of which have 100% Spanish capital, will bring their innovative skills to key aviation programs such as NGWS / FCAS.
Madrid, September 15, 2020.- Tecnobit – Grupo Oesía and UAV Navigation have signed a framework agreement for strategic cooperation within the framework of Future Air Systems, with the aim of strengthening the technological capabilities of both Spanish companies thanks to the complementarity of their product portfolios. In this way, UAV Navigation becomes a strategic partner of Grupo Oesía.
The industrial and technological cooperation derived from this agreement will serve to strengthen the Spanish contribution to major European Future Air Systems programs such as NGWS / FCAS, SIRTAP, EUROMALE and Future Trainer.
Given its relevance to the European framework for cooperation and its economic importance, it is worth highlighting the impact of the agreement reached under the NGWS / FCAS project, which will significantly improve the positioning of Tecnobit-Grupo Oesía and UAV Navigation in the EU project that they have approached independently so far.
Both companies complement each other in the value chain and in the business process.
The skills of UAV Navigation, a company expert in specific areas such as consulting,
The navigation and control of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in combination with those of Tecnobit-Groupo Oesía will allow a significant improvement in the technological solutions that they can offer together, covering areas that they could not previously address separately. At the same time, the product range on the aerospace market is expanded considerably.
In this way, both companies see the opportunity to add value to their solutions
Leverage their diverse skills and create new, more competitive products. They will also work together on business development and throughout the product lifecycle to open up new opportunities.
The signing of this framework agreement on strategic cooperation is a source of satisfaction for both Tecnobit – Grupo Oesía and UAV Navigation and a further step towards realizing their vision of becoming increasingly relevant players in the development of the Spanish aerospace industry.
Together they want to identify positioning opportunities based on knowledge while maximizing their participation in multinational cooperation programs, thus contributing to the goals set by the Spanish Ministry of Defense.
Tecnobit – Grupo Oesía brings extensive experience in the aerospace industry. For 28 years it has been a supplier of on-board electronic systems for European programs such as Eurofighter and an international reference in communication and signal processing (sensors, data connections, displays). .
Areas of collaboration include integrated modular avionics (IMA), autonomous, distributed, and predictable decision making; highly automated and dynamic planning of mission tasks and new planning of mission tasks; Recognize and avoid technologies; new concepts and innovations in swarm and formation flight; advanced flight control system and UAV autopilot; Navigation in GNSS-denied environments and miniaturized integration of the payload system.
Tecnobit – Grupo Oesía
Tecnobit – Grupo Oesía is a 100% private and 100% Spanish high-tech company and has been an international reference for advanced technical systems and products for the aerospace, security and defense sectors for more than 40 years.
Tecnobit carries out the design, development, manufacture and maintenance of the most innovative systems in its main areas of activity: optronics, tactical and secure communication, situational awareness, on-board electronic systems, cybersecurity, space and simulation.
UAV Navigation is a Spanish company that has specialized in developing professional autopilots and flight control systems for use in a wide variety of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) – also known as remote controlled flight systems (RPAS) or “drones” since 2004. UAV Navigation’s flight control solutions enable full mission planning and fully autonomous operation.
The company is known for developing its own Attitude & Heading Reference Systems (AHRS), flight control algorithms, and for experience in sensor fusion (GNSS, airspeed, magnetometers, gyroscopes, accelerometers, etc.).