One more year is presented HOMSEC, the International Exhibition of National Security Technologies, which celebrated its fifth edition from 10 to 12 March at Ifema in Madrid (PartenĂ³n Avenue, 5). The leading exhibition in Spain in defense and security, is a key event of reference to know the latest developments and markets in Spain as in Latin America, North Africa and the Middle East.

HOMSEC is characterized as an unique opportunity to be involved with customers, key people, opinion makers and media of the sector. It also provided a more widespread thanks to the presentation of existing fields Urban Security and Civil Defense in which there is a rising demand and innovative solutions.

Novelties presented at Homsec

Embention and Everis have presented their innovations, which included the precision guidance kit for artillery rockets. MIURA is an R&D improvement that combines the Inertial Navigation System (INS) with a Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), that are embedded into the autonomous guidance system Veronte in its redundant version, developed by Embention.

The kit is housed in the front of the projectile, with a length of 79 cm., a load of 19 kg. and a dropdown canard control system of 4 guided wings that ensure an accuracy’s Circular Error Probable (CEP) of 10 meters. The MIURA guidance kit is in development but has already been tested on the premises of the National Institute of Aerospace (INTA) in Huelva.


This precision guidance kit will reach to be a very attractive trade item for the whole of countries using artillery systems, wishing significantly increase their accuracy with lower prices to other precision weapons.

The company SCR also introduced its X-Prop multicopter for high performance applications. With a 1.5m diameter and a payload capacity of up 2kg, it is capable of operating for 40 minutes. The installed control system, Veronte allows to comletely autonomously operate the quadcopter. Along with this platform, was presented the control station Veronte TGS that integrates all elements of the ground station on a rugged tablet, maximizing system mobility.