NARS participated with 10 stations in the Spanish IberArray project for a period of one year. The IberArray seismic design includes the deployment of a dense array of new generation dataloggers equipped with broadband seismometers in an approximately 60x60 km grid. This network will cover Iberia and North Morocco in three successive footprints, each lasting for about 18 months. The equipment consists of Nanometrics Taurus dataloggers and Trillium 120s seismometers. Some of the nodes of the theoretical network are covered by permanent stations of the national broadband network (IGN) or other networks operating in the region (IAG-UGR, ROA). Data from those stations will also be integrated into the IberArray database.