It will escort and protect the fleet, but it will also operate independently in highly hostile environments.

As a leader in electronic defense, Indra has contributed to the success of the Eurofighter Typhoon on complex international missions such as Libya and Syria. The company will now prepare the fighter plane together with a selected group of partners to protect it against the threats that it will face in the coming decades.

A pilot enters the cockpit of the Eurofighter and takes off from the Siauliai air base in Lithuania. This is a routine mission with which NATO contributes to Baltic nation's the air defense.

Its function is to monitor low Earth orbits, those where most human activity in Space takes place and which extends between 200 and 2,000 kilometers.

We are designing a new concept of multisensor solutions that will equip the air combat aircraft of the future, which will come into service as from 2040 and will face the threats we have to anticipate in order to respond to them when the time comes.

Due to remotely piloted aircraft, spy satellites, ballistic missiles, or cyber attacks, the defense of air space is becoming increasingly complex. Indra, as a leading global company in the industry, is working on the latest generation of systems that will face these threats.