Spanish defense firm Indra has been awarded a Spanish military contract for satellite terminals.

The contract, with the Spanish Ministry of Defense, calls for Indra to maintain Spain's SECOMSAT military satellite communications network, according to a company news release. The contract, which has a maximum value of €42.8 million (US $47.5 million), is for three years, plus an option for another three.

"The maintenance services that Indra is set to provide include support tasks of all descriptions, ranging from preventative maintenance and equipment repairs, through to the provision of engineering services to ensure development of the terminals and to incorporate any technological advances as required," Indra said.