Atos manages the successful go-live of Permit Vision at Repsol

Paris, France – March 3 2020

Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, today announces the successful go-live of Permit Vision at Repsol, one of the top multi-energy companies in the oil, gas, electricity and natural gas industries. This agreement to implement the digital Control of Work solution, Permit Vision, was signed together with Wolters Kluwer’s eVision, the leader in digital Permit to Work software. The eVision solution enables Repsol to electronically manage its work permits in their Upstream business, with the aim of integrating the work permits with its risk and process safety barrier management tools.

eVision’s software solution enables users to digitize and monitor activities related to permit to work, risk assessment and isolation management across facilities such as factories and oil platforms. The system can be easily adapted to different legislative requirements, is available as Software as a Service (SaaS), can be integrated with external systems and

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Atos supports OneWeb in successful launch of 34 new satellites

Atos’ screening solutions instrumental in reducing-edge challenge

Paris, February 17, 2020

Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, announces that it has supported OneWeb and its mega-constellation program in the productive launch of 34 satellites which was done on February 6 from Baikonur, Kazakhstan. Atos contributed to this achievement by offering to OneWeb Satellites the screening gear with groundbreaking technologies that have substantially decreased the environmental footprint of the course of action – and been given an award from OneWeb Satellites for the Payload Check Techniques (PTS) and Tele Command Ranging (TCR) solutions.

This vital ‘OneWeb mega-constellation’ challenge, led by OneWeb Satellites[one]  and supported by Atos, will involve sending into orbit, about a period of time, extra than 650 satellites which will present very affordable substantial-velocity Internet entry throughout the globe. The very first 6 satellites were being introduced in February 2019.

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