Eviden Mission Critical Systems Technology Center opened in Prottes, Lower Austria

Eviden expands global presence for customers’ core missions.

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Eviden, the Atos Group business leading in digital, cloud, big data and security, has opened its new facility, the Eviden Mission Critical Systems Technology Center, in Prottes, Lower Austria. The inauguration has taken place, reflecting Eviden’s commitment to advancing satellite technologies and fostering innovation including its Space Monitoring flagship solution SkyMon.

Eviden’s Mission Critical Systems (MCS) targets specialized markets with integrated solutions for our customers’ core mission. MCS is inherently focused on verticals, such as defense, homeland security, space, transportation and energy.

The Eviden Mission Critical Systems Technology Center will serve as a venue for collaborative projects, bringing together experts, researchers, and industry professionals. The facility will build upon SkyMon's proven track record in Satellite Carrier Monitoring and Interference Localization solutions. Furthermore, it will leverage Mission Critical System’s end-to-end mastery of advanced technology and enables fast, relevant decisions and specialized solutions in critical situations.

SkyMon has been at the forefront of technological advancements, and the Mission Critical System Technology Center will serve as a focal point for driving forward innovations in the area of Space Situational Awareness (SSA), Satellite Communication Situational Awareness (SCSA), Satellite Tracking, Interception and various other initiatives. SkyMon's solution empowers users to identify interference and manage carriers seamlessly within a unified system.

"We are excited to establish the Eviden Mission Critical Systems Technology Center in Prottes, Austria. This facility will not only enhance our ability to deliver innovative solutions but also facilitate collaboration with international partners, furthering our mission to push the boundaries of space technology," said Markus Schaffhauser, Head of Eviden Austria, Atos Group.

“Due to the sharp increase in the number of satellites, the quality of services is suffering and economic and political interests are endangered. This is where the SkyMon solutions come in. With SkyMon, we can identify and localize interferences for our international clients. One of the most important market drivers currently is also the issue of a sovereign space. Every state has a keen interest in knowing what is happening above its territory. With our solution we can also make a significant contribution to this”, said Bernard Payer, Global Head of Mission Critical Systems, Eviden, Atos Group.

The opening ceremony on April 29th was attended by industry players and government representatives.

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