The world’s largest airliner manufacturer Airbus and UAE-based communications technology integration and security solutions company Atlas Telecom has signed a strategic partnership agreement at ongoing IDEX 2021 to connect their local and global expertise as well as strengthen relations with public safety agencies in Abu Dhabi.
The partnership will pave the path for the integration of Airbus’ smart solutions namely, Tactilon Agnet, Everus Manpack and Tactilon Dabat into Atlas Telecom’s products for defense and security applications.
The Tactilon Agnet of Airbus brings terminal radio and smart device users together, enabling them to share real-time voice, data, video and location information. Embedded in Tactilon Agnet, the portable Everus Manpack LTE tactical bubble allows voice and video services and directly links users to the headquarters.
In addition, Airbus’ Tactilon Dabat device allows users to switch between Tetra or LTE (Long Term Evolution) network services, according to availability with the help of its modern hybrid roaming feature.
Under the agreement, Airbus will also provide the TW1m Tetra modem, which will unlock the capabilities of Atlas Telecom’s E-passport tracking device, an advanced compact and intelligent vessel tracker.
“In the Middle East, where we have a strong market presence, our collaboration with Emirati companies such as Atlas Telecom allows us to jointly deliver better products and services. It results in an engagement that brings economic benefits. This reflects our commitment to introduce technology-driven solutions to the region, especially in the UAE where we are witnessing a rapid upgrade of infrastructure and security as it bids to become a leader in the global security and safety industry.”
“Atlas Telecom always emphasizes the need to provide a reliable and secure critical communication infrastructure for reinforced collaboration between security forces and personnel across sectors. Through our new partnership, we can further strengthen our capability to deliver secure and modern devices for efficient exchange of data, voice, and information,” Samer Jammoul, Managing Director of Atlas Telecom, explained.