Civilian and military cyber security, combat, and command and control systems all require sophisticated technologies, for which Brazil-based Atech, a company within the Embraer Group (Stand 07-B45), is renowned.
Known as a system house, Atech has extensive experience in command and control, combat systems and simulators, as well as cybersecurity technologies, developed mainly for the needs of the Brazilian armed forces. This is underscored by Atech leading on projects such as the Amazon surveillance system (SIVAM) and the nuclear-electric generation laboratory (LABGENE), as well as the system for the monitoring and defence of Brazilian airspace.
In this regard Atech provided solutions that integrated more than 150 sensors into systems for critical missions and coverage of more than 22 million square kilometres and three million flights per year. This experience opened up opportunities for Atech to participate in the development of the H225M helicopter’s naval mission tactical system for the Brazilian Navy, as well as the mission and simulator support system for the Brazilian F-X2 combat aircraft.
Atech has provided support for public and private sector projects with customised cybersecurity solutions aimed at preserving assets, reducing loss and adding value to business. The company’s Athena is an integrated hardware and software solution that operates as a security platform in a box. It enables safe access to Web applications via the internet or other networks deemed risky.
All these innovative technology solutions are now available to export customers.