August 22, 2014 4:16 PM ET

Electronic Equipment, Instruments and Components

Company Overview of ATIS

Company Overview

ATIS, an engineering company, develops optronic infra red systems for industrial and military applications. The company develops technologies based on optronic systems, image processing, and computer simulation software. Its products include hyperspectral imaging system designed for the detection of gases; SPIM, that remote senses chemical agent; OSMOS, a modeling software for infrared sensors, automatic tracking, and sight laser detection systems; and Karine, an automatic road surveillance system. The company was founded in 1995 and is based in Aix-en-Provence, France. As of 2003, ATIS operates as a subsidiary of Aeronautique Et Technologies Embarquees.

Horizon Sainte Victoire Bâtiment B

970 rue René Descartes

Secteur du Petit Arbois

Aix-en-Provence,  13857

France

Founded in 1995

Phone:

33 4 42 97 53 15

Fax:

33 4 42 22 66 14

Key Executives for ATIS

Managing Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

ATIS Key Developments

ATIS Launches Open Web Alliance Solution for HTTP 2.0

ATIS announced the launch of the Open Web Alliance (OWA), an initiative to develop requirements for an open service optimization proxy to meet the service needs of all stakeholders in the web ecosystem while supporting the goals of encryption and privacy. This initiative takes place in response to concerns expressed over the impact that proprietary proxies, such as those that incorporate the SPDY protocol, have on services and network management. SPDY has been submitted to the Internet Engineering Task Force for standardization as HTTP 2.0, which is set to be proposed as a standard in November of this year. This protocol optimizes and encrypts the communication between web server and the browser, and is being proposed as a mechanism to reduce webpage load times. SPDY proxies redirect Internet traffic through a single opaque tunnel across the network. This bundling could hinder reasonable network management, content distribution and network services. The SPDY proxy also could 'break' existing content delivery optimization mechanisms used by service providers, which would degrade service quality for consumers.

ATIS Announces Executive Changes

ATIS announced that Andrew White has joined the organization as its new Vice President of Technology and Standards. Most recently White worked as Chair and a member of the founding leadership team of the organization's Cloud Services Forum (CSF). The company also welcomes Jim McEachern, Senior Technology Consultant to the organization. At the company, McEachern will lead strategic initiatives involving communications and infrastructure providers, and focuses heavily on the convergence of hardware and software technologies to enable improved time to market and cost reductions.

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