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Turgis & Gaillard Groupe, developing innovative aeronautical systems


Founded to provide simple solutions to complex problems, Turgis & Gaillard Groupe provides its customers with the technologies in aeronautics defence/land defence, maintenance and industrial equipment that they need to fulfill their missions in all environments and on...

Turgis & Gaillard Groupe has built a high-performance industrial tool that it puts at the service of customers as diverse as the French and foreign armed forces, major European industrial prime contractors and private operators.

Thanks to its design, production and innovation resources, the Group, backed by a global vision born of the cumulative experience of its teams, is constantly developing innovative systems, whether in defense aeronautics and operational condition of aerial platforms and land vehicles.

Founded in 2011 by Fanny Turgis and Patrick Gaillard, it now has 300 employees for a turnover of 45 million euros and 8 production units (7 in France and 1 in India).

Through its activities in the field of defence, Turgis & Gaillard Groupe contributes to the strategic autonomy of France.

Meet the demands of a modern army

Both industrial and innovative, the Turgis & Gaillard Group develops solutions in the field of intelligence, reconnaissance and aerial surveillance, both in terms of platforms and systems or information management.

The aeronautical activity develops around 4 poles:

- Aircraft maintenance, which ensures the good working order of military aircraft and their ability to be deployed in external operations;

- The production of support equipment, in particular for Dassault Aviation, the Rafale and the Falcon;

- The modification of military aircraft;

- Innovation in information management, ie the processing and sharing of intelligence.

Anticipating the wars of the future

The uniqueness of Turgis & Gaillard Groupe lies in its ability to anticipate some of the needs of the armed forces in the field of intelligence, surveillance and aerial reconnaissance.

Today, even as the challenge of a high-intensity conflict is at Europe's doorstep, France must rapidly increase the number of its platforms.

It needs more planes, helicopters and drones.

But the real challenge is that of information management because, in modern warfare, planes, tanks and ships have their own sensors, their own radars, their own information systems.

The mass of data collected by aerial platforms is as impressive as the speed at which this data must be processed.

To meet these new requirements, the Army has developed the Scorpion program.

Centered on the IS, this unique management system aims to renew and modernize combat capabilities.

In aeronautics and space, where rockets, drones and planes are increasingly sophisticated, the potential for such a revolution is considerable.

The Turgis & Gaillard Group participates in the development of a single data collection system shared by the various joint levels.

It allows a universal communication bubble, which can be deployed quickly in any theater of operations.

The Group meets the challenge of network interoperability by offering a range of information management services, including predictive analysis and artificial intelligence.

This architecture is based on aerial platforms orbiting at a certain altitude above an area of ​​operations and equipped with systems and antennas including satellite communication means.

Actor in the reindustrialization of French territories

Turgis & Gaillard Groupe participates at its level in consolidating an independent and sovereign France and Europe by collaborating on cross-functional projects alongside European partners.

Anxious to be a player in the reindustrialisation of the country, the Group ensures that its products are made in France, thereby offering numerous work opportunities around exciting projects.

Source: lefigaro

All business articles on 2022-06-29

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