NTGS (New Technologies Global Systems) is a Spanish innovating SME set up in October 2002. Our firm offers tailored solutions and specialized services combining affordable and alternative design and vanguard technology, what makes possible the fulfilment of designs in short deadlines and at affordable cost.
NTGS is an engineering enterprise dedicated to the design, manufacturing and maintenance of complex systems: special vehicles, armament systems, unmanned platforms, radar systems, sensor networks, optronic systems, etc...
The staff commitment to the firm's goals what is our most valuable asset- has made NTGS to become one of the most innovative Spanish technological companies in R&D and Innovation. Our team is composed of a wide range of engineers qualified in several fields, from telecommunications and aeronautics to armament, IT, Physics or electronics.
Our quality management procedures have been certified by ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 45001:2018. This guarantees the quality of our services and the minimization of the environmental impact our activities may have.
NTGS headquarters and laboratories (2500 m2) are in Collado Villalba (Madrid).
The design of electronic systems, complying with both civilian and military requirements. This team also develops micro-controller applications programming (DSP's and FPGA's). NTGS designs tailored solutions, ranging from programmable logic to microwave circuits.
We carry out the validation of prototypes in our facilities and in a short time – a few days- we integrate the most advanced elements, always trying to use as many COTS as possible.
The mechanical design is concerned, we do it in computerized working stations with 3D modelling software. Once validated, we manufacture the prototype - of any size.
We integrate electric, hydraulic and pneumatic engines. We are able to carry out applications for the Defence and Civilian Industry in short deadlines and at very affordable costs.
NTGS is specialized in the design of digital-analog circuits and systems based on requirements civilian and military.
Our team develops generates the programming of applications with microcontrollers and DSPs. We design customized solutions from programmable logic circuits to microwave.
We optimize time, creating prototypes validated in our facilities and integrating the most advanced commercial components on the market.
We plan software development using agile methodologies such as Scrum or Kanban.
Our team of professionals has extensive experience in the sector, accustomed to work with a wide variety of mechanical and electronic components.
Strict quality controls are carried out in our facilities to guarantee that the transition to production has all the possible guarantees.
The result is secure applications with a high degree of reliability, easy to use for the user and ready to integrate with other systems.
The ALAKRAN is the first auto-aiming mortar carrier that does not require a recoil absorbing mechanism. The ALAKRAN principle is simple, to give mobility to the mortar operation, without altering the essence of the mortar, that is, simplicity and availability. For this reason, our design was oriented from the first moment to shooting from the ground, and designing an effective targeting mechanism. This system is the reference in the market as a light 120/81 mm mortar holder.
It’s a combat-proven system that is continually upgraded.
NTGS also designs and manufactures complete manual mortars of 60, 81 and 120 mm. The 81mm and 120mm barrels are specially designed to be used with the ALAKRAN system.
The project will develop an airborne water leak detection surveillance service to provide water utilities with adequate information on leaks in water infrastructure outside urban areas, thus enabling prompt and cost-effective repairs.
WADI’s innovative concept consists in coupling and optimising off-the-shelf optical remote sensing devices (multispectral and infrared cameras) and applying them on two complementary aerial platforms (manned and unmanned) in an operational environment.
The feasibility of the surveillance service developed by WADI will be tested in real representative conditions through water leak detection campaigns on two pilot sites: Provence region (France) and Alqueva (Portugal).
The general objective of the DroneCaptor project is the development of a System for the Detection and Neutralization of Threats with Drones. The system is made up of a powerful core based on artificial intelligence whose functions are to: detect threats, discriminate their dangerousness, propose an action plan and, finally, take neutralization measures.
DRONECAPTOR is an example of public-private collaboration. This has been the subject of different work meetings to validate its capacity to serve the Spanish State. Its development is carried out in close collaboration with different entities of the Secretary of State for Security of the Ministry of the Interior, such as:
-CNPIC: National Center for the Protection of Critical Infrastructures.
-NATIONAL POLICE: National Police Corps - Headquarters of special systems.
We design, produce and integrate training systems for shooting ranges. Automated systems with sensors that allow to determine the point of impact and test the abilities of the shooters with different sequences of exercises.
Our system allows the execution of a wide variety of exercises with fixed and moving targets, change of silhouettes of friend, enemy and profile, it allows to shoot down the silhouettes configuring the time and the number of impacts and they are designed to be used with a wide range of weapons.
Oriented to the search for simple and highly reliable solutions.
Selection of the best materials and components adapted to meet operational needs.
Ensuring a minimum variance and the fulfillment of all the requirements and parameters in each and every one of our systems.
Providing a service capable of solving incidents in the shortest possible time and collecting all the necessary information to make necessary improvements in any of the above processes.
Additionally, we are committed to submitting our products to homologation tests that confirm compliance with the operational requirements for which they have been designed.