10 May 2023 13:00
Telespazio France, a company controlled by Telespazio (Leonardo 67%/Thales 33%), and Adista are partnering to meet the growing connectivity needs of civil security stakeholders. This partnership aims to provide next-generation satellite connectivity to facilitate digital applications for firefighters in the field. As European experts in satellite space services and French telecommunications, Telespazio France and Adista ensure the interoperability of their resources and services through public procurement.
Cutting-edge Technology for a Significant Advantage in the Field
Unlike traditional satellite internet services in geostationary orbit, the new generation of high-speed, low-latency OneWeb satellite connectivity promises geographical flexibility and rapid deployment. This is ideal for Departmental Fire and Rescue Services (SDIS), as OneWeb can be quickly activated in mobile command vehicles without the technical constraints of geostationary satellites. Furthermore, low Earth orbit satellite constellations provide complete coverage, both on land and at sea, including in remote areas that are crucial for emergency operations.
Facilitating Emergency Response with New Connectivity
With the increasing frequency of wildfires and extreme weather events, innovative solutions are needed. These may involve the use of communicating robots and drones, where transmission times must be as fast and resilient as possible. Another application is the creation of "tactical bubbles" in the operational theater, with dedicated bandwidth for firefighters and other stakeholders such as prefects, gendarmerie, and police, enhancing the efficiency of emergency responses. The components of the SDIS Information Systems, increasingly composed of SaaS applications, also require flawless connectivity and execution times.
A Sovereign Pan-European Solution
This new technology distinguishes itself by its sovereignty, offering governmental agencies, businesses, and communities a stable and secure European alternative to low Earth orbit satellite constellations from the United States. "Already a partner with 2 SDIS in France, Adista confirms through this collaboration its commitment to providing them with the best innovations. By combining our expertise with Telespazio France, we offer a European solution that promises unprecedented reliability for SDIS," explains Amine Gasmi, Director of Connectivity Offer at Adista. "This joint approach allows our government clients to centrally procure satellite telecommunication services through the framework agreements held by Telespazio France, as well as through Adista's multi-technology operator service accessible to Departmental Fire and Rescue Services in a decentralized manner," affirms Pierre Glatt, Commercial Director of Telespazio France.
Leveraging the convergence of its expertise in cloud, connectivity, cybersecurity, communication, and collaboration, Adista produces, secures, operates, and transports the Information Systems of businesses and communities in France. Adista supports its clients in their digital challenges so they can focus on their core activities. Adista offers a comprehensive solution that combines the best of both the public and private cloud worlds, providing IT accessibility with the same quality and application performance, whether on-premises, in its hosting infrastructure, or in a public cloud like Microsoft Azure. With its 14 data centers, 40 agencies in France, and 1,100 employees, Adista's strength lies in its ability to provide trustworthy and sovereign services that are also sustainable. The company has long been committed to corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives, receiving several awards (Silver EcoVadis Medal, CSR Policy Trophy at the 9th Growth Companies Summit, CSR award in the "circular economy" category at the Top Tech ESN Informatician Awards, ESG award at the ESN & ICT Meeting) and is leading its clients' IS in the same direction to help them achieve their resilience and sustainability goals. In 2022, Adista reported a turnover of 230 million euros.
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Telespazio, a joint venture between Leonardo (67%) and Thales (33%), is one of the world's largest operators in the satellite services and space industry. Founded in 1961 and headquartered in Rome, the company generated a turnover of 650 million euros in 2022 and employs over 3,000 people in nine countries through its various subsidiaries and joint ventures. To learn more, visit the website: www.telespazio.com. Based in Toulouse, Bordeaux, Paris, and Kourou (French Guiana), major cities in the space sector in France, Telespazio France is a key player in space infrastructure and value-added satellite space services operations. With over 30 years of experience and more than 500 employees, this French subsidiary covers all essential areas of space, including telecommunications, Earth observation, and navigation. To learn more, visit the website: www.telespazio.fr.
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