Airbus DS is part of the Defence & Security Systems (DS) Division of Airbus. The Business Unit goal is to create complete communication and information systems solutions including platforms and to provide the means of implementing these solutions. With its systems competencies, DCS fulfils all customer requirements in the areas of Air and Naval Defence, Information Superiority, advanced Command, Control and Communication (C3I) systems, Professional Mobile Radio (PMR) and Homeland Security. DCS is the Cassidian « Systems House », offering its customers comprehensive and tailored solutions that combine the know-how to design, develop and implement Large System Integration (LSI) solutions making it possible to link the widest possible range of individual platforms and subsystems into a single effective network. DCS can call on the full range of capabilities and experience in military systems and secure communications networks. System integration is also increasingly important for non-military customers in areas such as Homeland Security. Information and secure communication system solutions in these fields, as well as systems enabling effective border control and coastal surveillance, are a further major focus of DCS.

Christophe Gruet graduated from ENSIEG (Ecole Nationale Superieure des Ingénieurs Electriciens de Grenoble – Grenoble) in 1987. He has been involved in SW development, Advanced L1 studies and System design during the past 20 years, on various wireless standards (TETRAPOL, GSM, GPRS, UMTS, HSPA, LTE and WiMAX). Since 2008, he is involved in the network architecture and radio design for future PMR broadband radio systems. He will be the technical coordinator of Cassidian team.

Serge Delmas received the diploma degree from “Ecole Supérieure d’Electricité” (Supelec) in France in 2001. In the same year, he joined the company Cassidian as core network software engineer in charge of the expertise of the whole software providing the forwarding of data and voice in public safety networks through infrastructures and through the air interface. In 2006, he became work package manager responsible of coordinating the efforts of software teams on various projects. In 2008, he joined the Research&Technology team in charge of coordinating all the innovating projects linked to the network product line. He is inter alia, the project manager of EULER for Cassidian, in which he leads not only the work package dealing with the system architecture but also the task conducting the practical interaction with end-users. He will lead SAN project.