From the whiteboard to the real world
As the trusted partner for your digital Journey, Atos does not only design, integrate and operate customer specific solutions based on our partners’ technology.
It also develops high-end technologies, products and its own IP that bring unique additional value in performance and security.
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Innovating for business and social impact
Atos R&D centers cover strategic domains such as: Payment & e-commerce, Industry 4.0, Cognitive Computing & Data Analytics, Internet of Things, Unified Communications and Collaboration, Next generation infrastructures and applications, Collaborative workplace, Cybersecurity and Cloud Solutions.
The people who drive our commitment to innovation
More than 3,200 people within the group are working on R&D programs and projects. In order to sustain this activity, the group implemented 2 communities, consisting of some of the best minds in IT, business and science:
A key player in the European research arena
Atos’ extensive experience in European Commission projects, which goes back as far as 1987, has made it an entry point into European institutions for Atos’ business units and clients.
In 2017, Atos became member of the European Factories of the Future Association (EFFRA) that coordinate the Factories of the Future (FoF) topics in H2020, positioning Atos as a reference in the European R&D Domain.
- Quantum Flagship: An initiative working on finding new industrial quantum applications and simulation platforms
- European Processor Initiative, to develop European microprocessors for future supercomputers aiming of delivering a locally made exascale chip by 2025.
- Mont Blanc: An European approach towards energy efficient high performance
- Fiware: An European open ecosystem to develop smart applications
- CityGO: Transportation Planner and Intelligent Mobility Solution
At a glance
Focus on: C-Lab: Innovation center with University of Paderborn
Founded in 1985, C-Lab combines science with industrial practice through combined research and development activities. It integrates practical market requirements into academic research and teaching to build competence around new technologies, solutions and markets.