Below you will find a list of the events we are attending in 2022. We look forward, on these occasions, to presenting to you the Crimson product line and discussing your needs, whether to ensure the safety and security of your working sites and/or to conduct your operations.


13-17 June 2022, exhibition centre of Paris-Nord Villepinte

The largest international exhibition for land and air-based defence and security with a wide range of innovating defence and safety products and solutions.


18-21 October 2022, Paris Le Bourget

The premier global event for future safety and security naval technologies, UAVs (naval, underwater and aerial) and satellite applications.


5 April 2022, Bourges military schools

Training, Maintenance and Innovation Day (JFMI)

An Open Day dedicated to innovation and interaction between civil and military trainers in the field of maintenance.


2-5 November 2022, Jakarta - Indonesia

An international forum for military technology introducing new trends in the industry in order to build partnerships with Indonesian industry and defence companies.


24-26 May 2022, Milipol - Qatar

The 14th edition of this international event for internal security and civil protection under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, Emir of Qatar.

Crimson, platform of choice of the civil protection organisations and French firefighters for operational preparedness and mission management using a multi-dimensitonal common operational picture, will be one of the cornerstones of the European “Domino” Full-scale Exercise (FSX) that will take place from the 16th to the 20th of May 2022.

In keeping with the spirit of solidarity embodied by the European Union, the Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (DG ECHO) funds a number of civil security training exercises every year. ECHO’s main mission is to preserve lives, prevent and alleviate human suffering and safeguard the integrity and dignity of populations affected by natural or man-made disasters.

ERCCThis 48-hours field exercise, culmination of one-and-a-half-year long preparatory process, will unfold under the umbrella of the French, German and Spanish Ministries of the Interior, the Belgian Federal Public Service and the Entente Valabre for forest management in protected Mediterranean areas. The exercise will deal mainly with chemical risks and a maritime pollution event, including disaster medicine. It will be based on first responders’ feedback after the massive explosion at the French Lubrizol plant in Rouen, in September 2019. An adapted scenario will be implemented in the industrial risk basin of Fos-sur-Mer, near Marseille (South of France), which shelters over 20 SEVESO sites. The FSX will act out every aspect of this kind of intervention. Operators will be trained in using Crimson, and access will be granted in every ministry and at the Emergency Response Coordination Centre Commission Europeenne(ERCC) to share real-time situational awareness.

The FSX will be conducted with the Bouches-du-Rhône Fire and Rescue Department Services (SDIS 13), the Marseille Marine Firefighting Battalion (BMPM) and the Zonal Operations Centre (COZ), all equipped with the Crimson Tactic COP solution. Support will be provided by the Entente Valabre, French hub for the prevention of major natural disasters, which has been helping CS GROUP develop and deploy its digital platform for years.

2021 SDIS

We are pleased to announce the successful deployment of Crimson in French Departmental Fire and Rescue Services (SDIS) and to welcome today the SDIS from Lozère, Vaucluse, Marne, Hérault, and Val d’Oise, as well as the overseas collectivity of Saint-Barthélemy. What is more, Crimson Tactic has been implemented since last summer at the Southeast operational crisis management centre (CEZOC) to monitor major operations and the zonal use of national means.

On September 21, Toulouse commemorated the 20th anniversary of the AZF factory explosion, which caused 30 deaths and injured thousands. This industrial disaster, the largest in France since 1945, had a profound impact on the city, its inhabitants, and the first responders who intervened on site. Twenty years later, major innovations resulting from European research projects have revolutionized the response operations for this type of disaster and offered rescue teams a new arsenal of tools to aide operational decision making and response in an informed, coordinated, safe and efficient way.

Within the Armed Forces Staff (EMA), the Centre for the Planning and Conduct of Operations (CPCO) is at the heart of the crisis management process, both upstream (strategic intelligence, planning) and downstream (conduct of operations). At the core of the French operational chain of command at the heart of the Balard hexagon in Paris, it brings together the capabilities for planning and conducting operations at the strategic level.

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