DIGINEXT, a brand of CS GROUP
Since 1996, the DIGINEXT company has been synonymous with innovation, excellence and responsiveness. DIGINEXT's products blend the virtual and real worlds, and offer ground-breaking planning, training and operational support solutions for critical operations.The Crimson product range that DIGINEXT has been developing since 2005, the year the first eponymous research and development project was launched, is part of this strategy of technical breakthroughs at the service of operational staffs.
In May 2020, DIGINEXT became a brand of CS GROUP, an international group involved in large-scale projects in both the civilian and military spheres. CS GROUP's expertise in intelligent and cyber-protected critical systems is internationally recognised in many sectors of activity, such as Defence & Security, Space, Aeronautics and Energy.
As specialists in real-world and digital solutions, our expertise and values make us a trusted partner committed to meeting the long-term needs of our customers, by providing :
- software solutions and associated services,
- turnkey systems,
- customised systems.
Today, the DIGINEXT product line is used on a daily basis in over 40 countries worldwide.
National Centre for Space Studies (CNES)
The CNES's technical platform uses the Crimson solution for environmental, risk and crisis management.
Chair in Crisis Management of the Troyes University of Technology (UTT)
The Crimson solution enables the chair to put several crisis rehearsal scenarios to the test, both multi sites and interservices.
New Technologies Pole (PôNT) at Entente Valabre
The Pônt, in charge of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), has rolled out Crimson to the French Fire and Rescue Department Services (SDIS). It provides them with data integration, training and support, and further uses the solution for in-house training sessions.
CS GROUP is attentive to its customers' needs, to co-build a perfectly tailored solution. You may contact us directly or use the purchasing platforms in line with the Procurement Law, to purchase licences and/or training sessions.
Thus, public bodies such as French Fire and Rescue Department Services can go though the UGAP, if they so wish, to acquire the Crimson Tactic software solution, including in SaaS mode.
They can do so via the Ministry's Inter-Forces Infrastructure, Networks and Information Systems Department (the DIRISI).