Indra has received the certificate IRIS (International Railway Industry Standard), under the standard ISO/TS 22163: 2017, for quality management systems for application in the railway sector.
This certification recognizes Indra's commitment to continuous improvement and confirms that the company's railway products and services comply with the highest standards of quality, reliability and safety in the sector.
The structure of IRIS certification is based on the standard ISO/TS22163: 2017, which includes the requirements of ISO 9001 and is organized in standards similar to those in force in the aerospace and automotive industries, adding railway specifications for aspects such as project management, design, RAMS (Reliability Availability Maintenance and Safety), LCC (Life Cycle Cost), obsolescence management, supply chain management and validation of special processes, among others.
Indra is one of the few Spanish companies that, in addition to holding the ISO 9001 certification, holds certifications specific to the defence and aeronautical sector; PECAL 2110, PECAL 2210, PECAL 2310, EN 9100 and EN 9110 in their latest versions, and now including IRIS railway certification.
In the photograph, Manuel Romero, Director of Intelligence and Market Surveillance at AENOR and Berta Barrero, Director of Transport at Indra.