Navantia will exhibit its “Land Surveillance and and Reconnaissance System” (SERT) at the Eurosatory exhibition


Navantia will be exhibiting at Eurosatory, Europe’s most important Defence trade fair, which will be held in Paris from 13 to 17 June at the Villepinte exhibition centre. This biennial event will have 1,800 exhibitors and 57,000 visitors. As in previous years, Navantia will form part of the Spanish pavilion organised by Tedae, which is expected to be visited by the Spanish Secretary of State for Defence, Amparo Valcarce.

At stand K 427 located in hall 6, Navantia will show its “Ground Exploration and Reconnaissance System” (SERT), installed in a shelter equipped with the mast and sensors that the new 8×8 Dragon for the Spanish Army will carry, and will carry out demonstrations explaining its functions and applicability to any vehicle.

The SERT is a multi-purpose system that can perform scouting, surveillance and terrain reconnaissance functions, allowing the detection, identification and acquisition of targets in both day and night conditions, or in conditions of reduced visibility.

In addition to SERT, we will show other defence and security products for the Army, such as Battlefield Management System, Air Defence System, Coastal Surveillance System, Near Water Surveillance System, and Unmanned Vehicles with their associated Command and Control Systems.