Trust & Compliance

Technological advantage for the French Army

Assuring operational command information supremacy for the French Army is the objective of the partnership between Atos, via the technologies of its newly acquired company, Bull, and the French Directorate General of Armaments (DGA). As part of the program to modernize the operational information systems of the Army, Atos is delivering the Scorpion Combat Information System (SICS).

About the DGA

Part of the French Ministry of Defense, the Direction Générale de l’Armement (DGA) is tasked with preparing French defense systems of the future, weapons exports and equipping the armed forces. It is therefore responsible for purchasing and developing weapon systems for the French armed forces. The DGA ensures that the French armed forces have access to the latest technologies they need to excel on the battlefield.

Intuitive innovation for the military

Intuitive innovation for the military

The need: A global information system for the French Army – from the vehicles of the inter-service tactical battle group to the command post – that brings together troops and weapons systems through the instantaneous transmission and sharing of information.

The solution: Drawing on its expertise in critical systems and security technologies, Atos is using an innovative approach that applies methodologies and technologies from the civilian world, making them more resilient to meet military needs.

The benefit: The Scorpion Combat Information System (SICS) will offer troops a better system that is simpler, more intuitive, ergonomic and robust. It will bring greater automation and an unprecedented fluidity of exchanges between the different levels of command.

What we have realized for DGA

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Delivering a unified global information system for the DGA to help modernize the critical systems and infrastructure of the French Army.
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Inspiring confidence to develop trusted exchanges so that the DGA can explain its priorities, including the need to integrate efficiencies into the system design.
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Providing the DGA with a secure IT environment through the open system architecture it has developed and implemented for DGA.
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