In compliance with government regulations, during the acute phase of the crisis, Egidium is 100% teleworked and remains fully operational at the service of its customers.
Egidium will be at EXPOPROTECTION Nov 6-8 in Paris -Porte de Versailles.
Egidium and Groupe ADP set up a strategic partnership for digital safety and security supervision of large critical sites.
Groupe ADP, which builds, develops and manages airports, including Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly, makes a minority investment in Egidium Technologies.
The press release is available only in French for the moment.
Security Control Rooms: Frost & Sullivan just released a maket study about Security Control Rooms for critical infrastructure, sensitive sites and safe cities. Key trends include multi-sensor data merging, information dispatch to staff on the field and optimisation of user experience for better incident management.
The study quotes Egidium as one of the software “pure players” which help enhancing these mission-critical systems.
Following a successful deployment for COP21, Egidium provides its supervision software solution for the security coordination of Eurosatory 2016.
Egidium thereby confirms its reactivity for securing major events.
In December 2015, for the COP21 world climate summit, Egidium’s Event Monitor solution had been retained by the United Nations security oranization to manage security & safety of the negotiations area, the so called “blue zone” placed under UN authority.
Eurosatory show organizer COGES also retained Event Monitor for security & safety coordination, following a successful initial installation for the 2014 edition.