Bagira Systems is a leader in the field of training and simulation systems with a track record of developing high-end, customized, cost-effective solutions for Mission Readiness. Operating since 1995, Bagira’s simulators have been used by hundreds of thousands of soldiers at more than 40 sites worldwide. Bagira's training applications and systems share a common infrastructure based on our B-One simulation engine.
Providing complete and customized solutions, the company’s specialists, drawn from ex-military with significant operational experience, analyze the needs of each client and design and deliver a solution tailored to the specific requirements of each project. Bagira’s simulation systems are made by soldiers for soldiers. Upon project completion, Bagira provides a technical and maintenance network that enables routine operation of the systems without impairing the customer’s activities. The technical and logistic aspects are supported by highly skilled and qualified field technicians and include Help Desk support and spare parts storage.
Bagira operates a network of training centers for the IDF and has extensive experience supplying and operating simulators worldwide with projects and installations in Europe, the USA, South America, and Asia.
Committed to Quality
Bagira Systems is a quality certified company. The quality is incorporated in all procedures from the initial stages up to the completion. Bagira aims to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system, and assure conformity to the customer and to all regulatory requirements.
Bagira's quality certifications include:
ISO 9001:2015 - Quality Management Systems
ISO 90003 - Software Development Management
ISO 27001 - Security Information Management
ISO 45001 - Health and Safety Management
ISO 14001 - Environmental Management
Ethics & Compliance
Following Israel’s December 2008 participation in the working group to combat bribery, and its subsequent entry into the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention in March 2009, the Director General of the Defense Ministry set guidelines for the adoption and implementation of a compliance program aimed at preventing bribery and corruption and which, as of 2011, constituted a condition for receiving marketing and export licenses from the Defense Export Control Agency (DECA).
The OECD standards require doing business ethically and morally all over the world and at all levels.
Bagira’s management considers the issue of compliance of the utmost importance; all employees in Israel and abroad are committed to the program and all related procedures.
The Armaz Group compliance program operates at three levels: prevention, control, and punishment. The program is available upon request.
CEO Compliance letter