Defence

Optimising defence sector operational efficiency 

 

National and international security is a hot topic for all nations. Within a tense context marked by an increase in new threats (cyber criminality, terrorism, etc.) and restricted budgets, defence ministries need to gain in efficiency whilst controlling spending. 

It is becoming essential to optimise the interoperability and security of operating systems critical for exchanging information in real time.

 

Drawing on more than 40 years’ experience alongside ministries and administrations, Sopra Steria combines pragmatism and innovation in its solutions for the defence sector. 

 

We help our clients rise to their challenges and deliver efficiency improvements with technology and output-driven solutions

 

  • Enabling allied and joint secure interoperability: supporting secure infrastructures and messaging;

  • Administrative performance and global efficiency of armed forces: developing the effectiveness of support functions; 

  • Supply Chain Management: improving the efficiency of the military logistics support chain;
    • Operational and Communication Information Systems for reliable operations: improving the performance of military systems, particularly by industrialising testing; 

  • Access control at sensitive sites, identity management and biometry: strengthening the efficiency of security at borders and in towns and cities;

  • Command and control: reconciling cost control and the complexity of ensuring compliance.

 

Sopra Steria Asia wins contract with the Land Transport Authority (LTA)

Jun 12, 2017, 02:40 AM

Singapore, June 1, 2017: Sopra Steria Asia will develop a new Unified Maintenance Hub. This will involve asset management & maintenance management system which manages the asset life cycle & maintenance regimes of various intelligent transport systems. 

 

Sopra Steria Asia is pleased to announce that we have awarded a 59 month contract from the Singapore Land Transport Authority (LTA) to develop the new Unified Maintenance Hub (UMH).  The new unified maintenance hub includes asset management & maintenance management system which manages the asset life cycle & maintenance regimes of various intelligent transport systems as well as new road infrastructure system, such as street lightings, commuter facilities, road infrastructure etc. 

 

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The new UMH 2.0 will be equipped with new smart phone application for an integrated maintenance management solution. The system will serve as a common maintenance management platform for asset owners and maintenance contractors to seamlessly integrate with respective Intelligent Transport System (ITS) and Road Infrastructure Systems (RIS) for effective maintenance operations and thus improving the efficiency of LTA operations..  

 

“We are delighted that LTA has selected Sopra Steria Asia, with the solutions, the new UMH 2.0 platform will enable rapid, agile deployments of functionality that drive efficiencies and work cohesively which will enhance the efficiency of asset performance analytics, fault analysis, said Dr Vera Jin, CEO of Sopra Steria Asia, “The project will set the ground for EAMs evolution with the fusion of digital and analytical technologies, we are confident that we will deliver high quality of services and solutions.”

 

 

About Sopra Steria Asia

Sopra Steria, European leader in digital transformation, provides one of the most comprehensive portfolios of end to end service offerings in the market: Consulting, Systems Integration, Software Development, Infrastructure Management and Business Process Services.

Sopra Steria Asia represents Sopra Steria for the Asia Pacific region with Singapore being the regional headquarter office.  We have continually strived to expand our presence across Asia Pacific with locations in Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia and China.

 
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