Welcome to Isdefe

Public consulting and engineering firm servicing domestic and international public bodies.

Ingeniería de Sistemas para la Defensa de España, Isdefe, is a state-owned company with more than 25 years of experience that offers consulting and engineering services to the Spanish public Administration as well as other international public bodies.

Isdefe, with a team of over 1600 persons committed and focused on excellence , has proven to be a perfect ally for the organizations and entities of the Spanish public Administration as well as civilian and military organizations of the European Union, NATO and trans-European and international bodies such as ESA and NASA.

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Sectors

Defence and security,
transportation, aerospace,
ITC, communications, infrastructure,
enery and environment are the main
sectors of activity of Isdefe, with new aerospace
engineering services resulting from the merger between Isdefe and Insa.

2013 Isdefe Annual Report
Informe Anual de Isdefe 2013

Isdefe publishes the 2013 Annual Report which conforms to the Global Reporting Initiative’s requirement s for Application Level A.

Current affairs

The UN Global Compact once again acknowledges Isdefe as a company committed with its principles The United Nations Global Compact considers that the Isdefe Annual Report 2013 meets the requirements of the Communication on Progress (COP) which qua…
The United Nations Global Compact considers that the Isdefe Annual Report 2013 meets the requirements of the Communication on Progress (COP) which qualifies Isdefe as a company committed to its 10 Basic Principles.

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MDSCC readies for Mars Siding Spring comet flyby One of the most interesting astronomical events of the year will take place on Sunday 19th October. On that date, the orbit of comet C/2013 A, also kn…
One of the most interesting astronomical events of the year will take place on Sunday 19th October. On that date, the orbit of comet C/2013 A, also known as Siding Spring, will take it to pass within about 139.500 km from planet Mars, which is less than half the distance between Earth and the moon.

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