Atos develops video system for Dassault Aviation’s “Falcon Albatros”, future surveillance aircraft of France’s Navy

Paris, January 10, 2022,


Atos currently announces that it is supporting Dassault Aviation to acquire and make the inflight movie process for its “Falcon Albatros”. The latter is the long run maritime surveillance and intervention plane of the French Naval Aviation. The “Albatros” is established to be commissioned in 2025 as portion of the AVSIMAR method led by the French Armament Typical Directorate (Course Générale de l’Armement, DGA). The aircraft will leverage the capabilities of the French Navy (Marine nationale), delivering homeland maritime safety and defense.


The AVSIMAR method provides a reaction to the challenges of French authorities motion at sea. These include preventing pollution and trafficking, border surveillance and exclusion zones as effectively as look for and rescue at sea. Spearheading the method, the Albatros is equipped with a following-era mission system and large-efficiency sensors. The aircraft functions a multifunction radar, multispectral optronic turret, observation windows, a Search & Rescue (SAR) package release method and focused interaction devices. Combined, these sensors empower High definition movie and details streams, generating authentic-time examination and thoroughly boosting tactical situation consciousness.

Atos will take care of the design and generation of the inflight movie process, which ensures the compression, distribution and transmission of numerous details and tactical movies on board though getting into account IT protection challenges. As these kinds of, Atos will ensure that the technique fulfills rigid protection necessities by verifying the integrity and authenticity of data computer software and by giving protected details and video clip interconnections.

Atos’ alternative is targeted on crucial foundational problems of Maritime Surveillance Aviation. To this stop, the Group will successfully consolidate mission-important, protected, and responsible facts even though supporting the advancement of armed forces aircraft. The resolution guarantees optimum general performance in all of the French Naval Aviation’s missions and inside a safe technological innovation natural environment.

“We are very pleased to help Dassault Aviation in getting ready the Falcon Albatros aircraft which will assist the French govt in its maritime surveillance and intervention missions.” explained Cyril Dujardin, SVP, Head of ‘Digital Security’ at Atos. “Through this strategic task, we are strengthening our extensive-standing partnership with Dassault Aviation with a target on inflight methods. In accomplishing so, we are also making use of our expertise to deploy protection mission systems and fiber optic High definition films.”


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