Sponsors & Exhibitors
The Thales Defence & Security C4I systems division delivers information-centric, network-enabled solutions to meet emerging operational requirements worldwide. For land forces, Thales delivers a complete range of solutions and services to support the transformation of air land operations: large scale cooperative fighting systems and area control systems; dedicated systems for reconnaissance, surveillance and target acquisition; artillery, EW, vehicle and soldier systems; and key equipment to dominate the air land battlespace. In C4ISR, Thales provides air, land and naval forces, joint command, special forces and security services with network enabled capabilities to achieve information superiority through high-level expertise spanning the entire intelligence and command chains. Regarding the communication level, Thales has developed unique expertise and dedicated solutions to guarantee secured end-to-end solutions providing an unrivaled level of resilience both on fixed and mobile networks. Thales is a global technology leader for the Aerospace and Space, Defence, Security and Transportation markets. In 2009, the company generated revenues of 12.9 billion euros with 68,000 employees in 50 countries. With its 25,000 engineers and researchers, Thales has a unique capability to design, develop and deploy equipment, systems and services that meet the most complex security requirements.
Samsung Thales Corporation - Defense Solution Provider - is Korea’s leading defense company specialising in electric equipments and systems. It holds accumulated technical competencies through core technology development and localisation of various defense products, civil solutions and customer support & services. Products include, for communication – SPIDER and TICN, for air defense – KSAM and MFR; for fire control systems - K1A1 and K9 SPH; and for naval combat systems - PKX and LPX, and for optronics – TAS and thermal imagers.
Cisco Systems, Inc.
The Cisco Global Government Solutions Group (GGSG) comprises top space, military, homeland security, and public safety experts from all levels of governments around the world. Cisco GGSG supports government and defense agencies by delivering innovative, integrated mission capabilities through thought leadership, advanced technologies, and services.
Cisco is fully committed to the defense segment, and has the assets, stability, and credibility to support defense agencies for the long term. From a global footprint that offers unmatched logistics (4-hour parts replacement) to a US$4+ billion R&D budget to a unique end-to-end solution that extends voice, video, and data from fixed environments out to the troops in the battlefield, Cisco will remain at the forefront of defense networking for many years to come.
Objectivity/DB is the leading data fusion engine and object persistence layer used in C4ISR applications critical to assisting war fighters. Objectivity/DB's unprecedented ability to power applications that collect, fuse and process Multi-INT data is leveraged in electronic warfare, weapons guidance and similarly critical environments. Applications include security analysis, cryptanalysis, social network analysis, knowledge and case management, terrorist mapping networks, geospatial data fusion, ACINT, COMINT, ELINT, HUMINT and SIGINT analysis.
Best known by its Panasonic brand name, Group & Global Headquarters, Panasonic Corporation based in Osaka, Japan is a worldwide leader in the development and manufacture of electronic products for a wide range of consumer, business, and industrial needs.
In 2001, Panasonic Asia Pacific assumed the role of a regional headquarters for the Asia and Oceania region, providing support in logistics, information communication, financial services, human resource development and productivity enhancement for Panasonic companies in the region.
Panasonic Toughbook armed with unrivalled durability, world-class connectivity, specialist form factors and integrated functionality such as GPS, field cameras, barcode readers and Bluetooth, they’re built to perform where other technology fails.
Across the full range of industries and sectors, Toughbook is changing the way organisations operate. From hospital wards to underground power plants, they’re giving mobile professionals access to data and applications in places where it was never before possible, allowing businesses to go further.
Since 1991, ATDI has provided the world’s most advanced Battlespace radiocommunications planning and modelling application world class electronic warfare (EW) and battle field spectrum management solution, HTZ warfare.
HTZ warfare spans the frequency range 9kHz to 400GHz. It includes much of the functionality of the computation of connectivity, traffic flow and interference between subscribers and nodes and other assets within any network. It also adds Battlespace specific functionality providing modelling of communications electronic warfare, unmanned aerial vehicle mission management and consideration of communications assets that use frequency hopping.
HTZ Warfare incorporates analysis methods from leading institutions including the International Telecommunications Union (ITU). It models every established spectrum-dependant technology and emerging technologies are added when they have defined methods. Planning can be manual or automatic on standalone machine or networked computers.
HTZ Warfare represents an investment of around 40 man-years of research and software development. Some 3,000 copies of the application have been used by armies, air forces and navies worldwide.
Add. 8, rue de l'Arcade 75008 Paris, France
Tel. +33 (0)1 53 30 89 40
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Regional branch office: ATDI South Pacific
Add. 79 Macarthur Street Ultimo NSW 2007 Australia
Tel. +61 (0)2 9213 2200
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Website: www.atdi.com or www.atdi-pacific.com