Foundation for digital transformation of industrial sectors
Strengthen the digital and ecological transition of French industrial sectors
ATLAS ATLAS is a 3-year program (2020 - 2023), half funded by industrial sectors, half by public authorities (BPI), intended to provide multisectoral digital standards serving as a basis for
the Digital Transformation of industrial sectors,, to strengthen sovereignty and facilitate the ecological transition..
ATLAS is an Investment for the Future "Support and Transformation of Sectors" (Call for Projects "Pooling of resources in the service of sectors and digital platforms of sectors"): the state doubles the contribution of manufacturers.
ATLAS is supported by a Consortium of 4 multisectoral pre-standardization organizations, AFNeT, AIF, AFIS and MINnD, references in the standardization fields covered in ATLAS, to constitute the France Standards Team, in coordination with AFNOR.
The health and economic crisis makes the digital transition and the ecological transition, and strengthens sovereignty issues.
To win in international competition, it is increasingly essential to "play collective" to "win together", in the “communities of destiny” of industrial sectors, but also in eco-systems between industrial sectors, and betweenFrench digital players.
This is why AFNeT, AIF, MINnD and AFIS launched the ATLAS Program in 2020, which brings together all standardization bodies and all sectors, to build the foundation of their digital transformationATLAS is a 3-year program (2020-2023), funded half by industrial sectors and half by public authorities.
We call all manufacturers and all digital players to join this major program, which is essential for the competitiveness of the "Entreprise France".
For large industrial companies, more than 70% of the value of products or services is achieved by suppliers, mostly SMEs. Now, competitiveness is occuring extended, extended enterprise versus extended enterprise. Digital is essential in the company and to operate with an extended company with its partners, to innovate, to reduce costs and deadlines, to export.
Due to the heterogeneity of partner's information systems, the only way to ensure digital continuity from contractors to SMEs and allowing the interoperability of their systems is to have international exchange standards, if possible multisectoral, because the sectors are interdependent and have many common suppliers.
Example of an industrial Supply Chain (Aeronautics, Naval, Automotive, Rail, ...)
Organization and governance
ATLAS is supported by 15 Strategic Committees for the industrial sectorwhich will invest financially and in Human Resources, and will be responsible for Governance. The 4 Partners AFNeT, AIF, MINnD and AFIS and AFNeT Services coordinate the various Committees.
8 priority areas of standardization for the sectors ...
...and covering the life cycle
A 5 lots structure
Organization of the ATLAS program
Participate in the ATLAS program
Do you want to be informed?
General information is provided regularly to all members of the 4 ATLAS partners.