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GMV supplies the Spanish MoD with systems of the RPAS Seeker

By Eric Van Rees - 10th June 2020 - 06:55

The technology multinational GMV has won a contract under the Spanish MoD’s RAPAZ program for the supply of four Class I Seeker RPASs, to be integrated into the intelligence units of the Paratrooper Brigade and the Tercio de Armada de Infantería de Marina (Marine Infantry Protection Force), thus providing them with the most advanced version of the unmanned aircraft Seeker.

The UAS Seeker is an autonomous, rapid-deployment system developed by Aurea Avionics and supplied by GMV, providing intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capabilities over a 15-kilometer range with a 90-minute endurance and a weight of 3.5 kg. This aircraft represents a qualitative leap forward for the armed forces, strengthening their intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capabilities to ensure better operational capability and tactical superiority of Spanish troops.

Seeker constitutes the core of a situational awareness system providing real-time intelligence. It is designed for rapid-deployment and high-mobility military applications carrying out low-level intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance tasks.

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