About Stephane Janichewski

Head of Defense & Aerospace Market

Stéphane Janichewski graduated from Ecole Polytechnique, Ecole Nationale de Techniques Avancées (MS) and HEC (Executive MBA), and started his career working for the French Ministry of Defense (Direction Générale de l’Armement) as Program Manager for the French military satellite communications programme (Syracuse 2), and then as advisor to the Head of DGA in charge of nuclear, missile and space matters. Stéphane joined the French Space Agency (CNES) as Head of Strategy, Programs and International relationships and Associate Director General. He then moved to the private sector in 2009 inside the Capgemini Group, at first as French Ministry of Defense and European Space Account Director, then as Head of Global Cybersecurity Line at Sogeti. He joined Bull in 2014 and the Atos Group as of January 2015. He is currently Head of Defense & Aerospace Market.

Articles posted by Stephane Janichewski

Controlled Landing: How Technology is Changing Air Traffic Control

The jet engine, an invention of World War II, was a welcome replacement for the old fashioned propeller planes and ushered in a new era of travel. However, while today’s passenger planes are a very different prospect from those that came immediately after the war – a substantially noisier and more uncomfortable affair – it is…

Our Defense footprint

2017 has been another eventful year in Defense. With the operational landscape fast evolving, defense organizations have had to meet complex demands. At the same time, I’ve witnessed some changes in thinking across the international Defense community when it comes to digital. Growing consensus For any defense outcome, information dominance has always been key. And on today’s battlefields, both virtual and physical, data has become…

Why digital technology has become the aircraft industry’s favourite theme

Each year I look forward to attending the International Paris Air Show. The 2017 (and 52nd) show, more than exceeded my expectations. First of all, the Paris Air Show yielded several billion Euros worth of business for air framers and engine makers, making these four days more lucrative than many expected with 150 billion of…