Inaer was born in 1983 as Helicópteros del Sureste, to provide a usage for three helicopters which, up until that moment, had been used for spraying tomato crops in Mutxamel and which were no longer required due to the modernisation of the crops and the installation of greenhouses.
It currently provides the service of helicopters and brigades which are involved in tasks surrounding the extinction of forest fires, as well as emergency healthcare helicopters, coordination and emergency helicopters and police helicopters for the Valencia Regional Government.
In 2014, the British international group Babcock bought Inaer and the company changed its name to Babcock Mission Critical Services Spain S.L.
Example of an installation with M82 partition in order to create functional work islands within extensive productive areas. In these spaces, the partition acts as both acoustic and thermal insulation in order to create comfort areas, in the office itself, in open spaces for manufacturing processes.