Atos to assist Dassault Aviation in developing the inflight video system for the Falcon Albatros, French Navy’s future maritime surveillance and intervention aircraft

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(PRESS RELEASE) PARIS, 10-Jan-2022 — /EuropaWire/ — Atos (EPA: ATO), a French multinational IT service and consulting firm leader in digital transformation, has announced it will assist Dassault Aviation (EPA: AM), a French multinational manufacturer of combat aircraft and business jets, in the development and production of the inflight video system for its “Falcon Albatros”, which is the future maritime surveillance and intervention aircraft of the French Naval Aviation. The “Albatros” is set to be commissioned in 2025 as part of the AVSIMAR program led by the French Armament General Directorate (Direction Générale de l’Armement, DGA). The aircraft will leverage the capabilities of the French Navy (Marine nationale), delivering homeland maritime protection and defense.

The AVSIMAR program provides a response to the challenges of French government action at sea. These include fighting pollution and trafficking, border surveillance and exclusion zones as well as search and rescue at sea. Spearheading the program, the Albatros is equipped with a next-generation mission system and high-performance sensors. The aircraft features a multifunction radar, multispectral optronic turret, observation windows, a Search & Rescue (SAR) kit release system and dedicated communication systems. Combined, these sensors enable HD video and data streams, producing real-time analysis and fully enhancing tactical situation awareness.

Atos will manage the design and production of the inflight video system, which ensures the compression, distribution and transmission of various data and tactical videos on board while taking into account IT security issues. As such, Atos will ensure that the system meets strict security requirements by verifying the integrity and authenticity of data software and by providing secure data and video interconnections.

Atos’ solution is focused on key foundational issues of Maritime Surveillance Aviation. To this end, the Group will successfully consolidate mission-critical, secure, and reliable data while supporting the development of military aircraft. The solution guarantees optimal performance in all of the French Naval Aviation’s missions and within a secure technology environment.

“We are proud to assist Dassault Aviation in preparing the Falcon Albatros aircraft which will support the French government in its maritime surveillance and intervention missions.” said Cyril Dujardin, SVP, Head of ‘Digital Security’ at Atos“Through this strategic project, we are strengthening our long-standing relationship with Dassault Aviation with a focus on inflight systems. In doing so, we are also applying our expertise to deploy security mission systems and fiber optic HD videos.”

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About Atos

Atos is a global leader in digital transformation with 107,000 employees and annual revenue of over € 11 billion. European number one in cybersecurity, cloud and high-performance computing, the Group provides tailored end-to-end solutions for all industries in 71 countries. A pioneer in decarbonization services and products, Atos is committed to a secure and decarbonized digital for its clients. Atos is a SE (Societas Europaea), listed on Euronext Paris and included in the CAC 40 ESG and Next 20 Paris Stock indexes.

The purpose of Atos is to help design the future of the information space. Its expertise and services support the development of knowledge, education and research in a multicultural approach and contribute to the development of scientific and technological excellence. Across the world, the Group enables its customers and employees, and members of societies at large to live, work and develop sustainably, in a safe and secure information space.

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