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.
Defence and security,
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.
Isdefe publishes the 2014 Annual Report which conforms to the Global Reporting Initiatives requirement s for Application Level A.
The `Proyectos Internos de I+D+i´ program demonstrates entrepreneurial capacity at Isdefe The "Internal R&D" initiative has been a formula for successfully demonstrating the entrepreneurial skills of Isdefe employees. This is the first …
The "Internal R&D" initiative has been a formula for successfully demonstrating the entrepreneurial skills of Isdefe employees. This is the first internal call to propose projects aimed at innovation, research and development to improve the quality of the services provided by Isdefe as in-house technical services provider of the Spanish government. The initiative received a total of 18 proposals led by 14 employees, two of which have been chosen to receive the appropriate funding and become internal R & D projects.
Isdefe led the DEMORPAS demonstration project under the framework of the SESAR Program Isdefe has successfully participated in carrying out two exercises as part of the DEMORPAS Project aimed at demonstrating the feasibility of integrati…
Isdefe has successfully participated in carrying out two exercises as part of the DEMORPAS Project aimed at demonstrating the feasibility of integrating remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS) into the general air traffic management system.