New Technologies Global Systems - NTGS

Type of activity:
Design, Research, Consultancy & Training Services
Weapons & Weapon Systems

Calle Anastasio Nieto, 3 (Pol. Industrial P5)
28400 Collado Villalba

Phone: 34 91 710 54 89
Fax: 34 91 637 47 23

NTGS 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.

NTGS is currently working in R&D projects, funded by either Spanish PROFIT Programmes, by CDTI (Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology) or ERDF.

In addition, NTGS has shares in SECUGEN (30%); this is a Spanish biotechnological company that makes more than 150 000 human DNA analysis yearly. It also develops molecular diagnostic platforms ( NTGS has shares in LIFESEQUENCING (5%), too. This Spanish firm is dedicated to genomic research and massive DNA sequencing. (

NTGS quality management procedures have been certified by ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 14001:2004. We also participate in the EMAS II (Eco-Management and Audit Scheme). This guarantees the quality of our services and the minimization of the environmental impact our activities may have.

NTGS headquarters and laboratories (1000 m2) are in Collado Villalba. Additional NTGS facilities are 5000 m2 field trial, workshops for prototypes and a Technical Office in Cadiz.

Alakran (Self-propelled mortar)
Cazadora M1 (Remote controlled weapon station)
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