CANARD Drones has announced the renewal, one more year, of its certification as a company registered in the Register of Companies of the General Directorate of Armament and Material (DGAM) of the Ministry of Defense of the Government of Spain.
The purpose of this registry is to have information available to the Ministry of Defense that allows them to know the industrial, technological and economic-financial capacity of the registered companies to facilitate decision-making in its strategic planning related to the national defense industry.
Likewise, this registration allows CANARD Drones to participate in each international tender for installation or supply, promoted within NATO through ICB (International Competitive Bidding), as well as to establish, with a NATO Agency, a BOA (Basic Ordering Agreement) for the supply of commercial products COTS (Commercial-Off-The-Shelf).
This renovation also coincides with the delivery to the Spanish Air and Space Force of two drone-based systems for visual inspections (mainly PAPI) and radio aids (ILS / VOR). Both solutions will be operated by the Centro Cartográfico y Fotográfico del Ejército del Aire y del Espacio (CECAF), a unit in charge of in-flight inspection with aircraft at air bases and military airfields in Spain.