8 business cases demonstrating how Atos contributes to the digital transformation of its customers with a positive environmental and social impact.
Boosting customer loyalty in South Africa
Atos aims to provide solutions that favor digital inclusion for all and grounded in local ecosystems. The Group has developed a WiFi Calling solution that fills any gaps in the network and provides mobile subscribers with a seamless, high quality service. Cell C in South Africa launched its commercial integrated WiFi calling service to its customers in 2015 as a cost-effective and innovative way to enhance customer loyalty.Read the press releaseWatch the video
The start of the wearable revolution
In France, Atos is already putting wearable technology to use to heighten the enjoyment of spectators at cultural events. At the Avignon Festival 2015, in partnership with a tourism start-up, Atos provided foreign visitors with augmented reality glasses, on which they could see the dialogue from French theater performances translated into English or Chinese, all in real time. This innovation promises to transform the experience of live performances, helping open the doors of culture to entire new populations. In the future, connected glasses and other wearables will be set to transform the customer experience for good.Read the press release
A watchful eye on wildlife from above
Space technologies have the potential to transform scientific project back on Earth. As a member of the European Commissions’ EO4wildlife project, Atos is designing and developing a platform that will enable scientists around the world to analyse wildlife movements using the Sentinel satellites’ observation data of the European Union’s Copernicus program to support projects to study the habitat of various migrating animals. These earth observation satellites are generating unprecedented volumes of data. To maximize the value of these terabytes of information, the scientific and research community needs to be able to integrate this data into their studies.EO4wildlife website
Atos and Siemens join hands in consortium
The quiet Smart City revolution in India
Atos and strategic partner Siemens are playing a major part in the ambitious Smart Cities program of the Indian government, which aims to make 100 Indian cities more citizen-friendly and sustainable. With an estimated 843 million set to be living in cities by 2050, India is looking to find smarter ways to manage complexities, reduce expenses, increase efficiency and improve the quality of life in its rapidly growing cities.
City of Eindhoven, NL
Keeping city streets safe by night
In an award-winning project in the Dutch city of Eindhoven, Atos and his partners are using the power of Big Data technology to increase the safety of streets by night. In the CityPulse pilot project, which we developed with partners including the Dutch Institute of Safety and Security (DITSS) and Intel, data is collected from cameras and microphones in the bustling street of Stratumseind and from social media sources. When put together and combined with Big Data analytics, this information provides a powerful and accurate picture of what is happening on the ground, almost in real time. As a result, local authorities can respond to any situations as they develop and can prevent incidents from escalating. If an incident occurs, the system alerts a response team who will take appropriate actions.Read the press releaseWatch the video
Ministry of Economy & Finance, Senegal
Enhancing financial transparency in Africa
The West African country of Senegal is leading the continent in reforming the administration of its public finances with the Integrated Financial Information System. The aim is to improve the management of public finances, and to ensure the effectiveness of public spending. To support this effort, Atos is providing the government with a technological IT infrastructure for managing financial information, which will modernize budgeting procedures and put the country’s public administration on a strong, sustainable foundation.
Supercomputers take forecasting and modeling to the next level
Bull, the Atos brand for high performance IT products and software, is providing the French meteorological agency Météo-France with a new generation of supercomputer that comes with a processing power more than 12 times greater than its predecessor. That power will allow the entire weather forecasting model for France to run in just 200 seconds, with an unprecedented level of detail. This sort of performance is enabling a whole new level of accuracy in short-terms forecasts and longer-term climate modeling.
The University of Aberdeen
Bringing pharmacy services to remote communities
The digital age is enabling new ways in which customers can access services such as healthcare, with the potential to transform people’s lives. In a remote corner of Scotland, Atos has teamed up with a local university, the Scottish Government’s Chief Scientist Office and with the local health service board to develop an innovative pharmacy kiosk. The kiosk allows the user to speak remotely to a pharmacist via webcam and to safely and securely access either dispensed or recommended ‘over the counter’ medicines near to their home. It provides a groundbreaking solution to the financial challenges of providing pharmacy services to isolated communities.Read the press release