Arquus’ President Emmanuel Levacher (photo) received Mrs. Delphine Gény-Stephann, Minister Delegate to the French Minister of Economy, and Mr. Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux, MEDEF’s President.
Levacher presented all the company’s latest innovations in the fields of mobility, vehicle support and systems integration.
Arquus participated again in the summer school held by French business confederation MEDEF at the HEC campus in Jouy-en-Josas on August 28 and 29. In keeping with the main theme of the 20th edition of MEDEF’s annual conference (“France in 20 years’ time”), Arquus reasserted its commitment to the development of advanced technologies.
Arquus exhibited its remote-controlled Dagger at the MEDEF’s Summer Seminar, as well as all the company’s latest achievements in R&D.
Arquus’ R&D Director presented Arquus’ key focuses on innovation: system architecture, mobility, support, fire functions, robotization, survivability, electronics architecture.
Meanwhile, Arquus’ R&D team presented the company’s remote-controlled Dagger, and the tactical options allowed by such a vehicle.
Arquus’ Director of Partnerships was part of the “Start-Up Challenge” Jury.
During the Seminar, 15 start-ups have been competing for the Most Innovative Company award.
The Seminar was an opportunity for Arquus representatives to create contacts with a number of companies involved in innovation, connectivity and robotization.
Expert in the fields of high mobility, protection and systems integration, Arquus constantly invests in developing high-end technologies.
Arquus’ sustained efforts in the fields of R&D grants the company a special place in the ranks of all the Defense and Security industry companies. It also enables to constantly renew and improve its ranges to keep up with all operational doctrines and needs.