ST Engineering Antycip, now working with Cervus at a European level, has been appointed the sole authorised reseller of its data-analytics solutions across Europe.
Paris (France), 29th August 2023 – ST Engineering Antycip, Europe's leading provider of VR solutions, visual displays, simulation tools and engineering services, and Cervus, a veteran-owned data company using its analytics-as-a-service (AaaS) platform to disrupt the traditional defence and security industries, have announced the expansion of their successful partnership ahead of next month’s DSEI exhibition in London.
The two companies began working together collaboratively in 2016 and earlier this year signed a memorandum of understanding formalising their relationship in the UK. The new partnership results in ST Engineering Antycip becoming the sole authorised reseller of Cervus’s products and services across Europe.
Greater integration between ST Engineering Antycip and Cervus will also see the pair share more resources and collaborate further on joint training, marketing and technical partnerships, explains Katie Howe, senior accounts manager, aerospace and defence, at ST Engineering Antycip. “By cementing our partnership with Cervus on an international basis, ST Engineering Antycip’s will leverage the two companies’ natural synergy to deliver an enhanced and complementary multi-domain training effect throughout the defence market.”
At DSEI (Defence and Security Equipment International), which runs from 12th to 15th September 2023 at ExCeL London, visitors to the ST Engineering Antycip stand (H7-342) will be able to experience a live interactive desktop simulation using MAK Technologies’ VR-Forces computer-generated forces application and Cervus's HIVE 2.0 analytics engine, integrated with Hadean’s distributed computing platform. Stand H7-342 will also showcase the latest military training and simulation innovations by ST Engineering Antycip’s sister company, MAK Technologies, and VIOSO.
Commenting on the partnership with Cervus, ST Engineering Antycip CEO Michel Pronier says: “We are extremely proud to expand our collaborative effort with Cervus, which marks a significant stride in our journey to push the boundaries of technological innovation in the defence industry. By combining our expertise, we will be able to offer an even broader range of unparallelled solutions to our clients, now and into the future.”
Alan Roan, Cervus MD, responds: “Expanding our relationship with ST Engineering Antycip is an important step for Cervus’s access into the European defence markets. We look forward to strengthening our relationship, helping ST Engineering Antycip increasing the range of their offerings, and helping us scale, through access to wider market opportunities.”
To celebrate the new partnership, ST Engineering Antycip and Cervus are inviting DSEI visitors to join them for drinks on stand H7-342 at 4pm on 14th September. To arrange a dedicated meeting with the ST Engineering Antycip team, please email email@example.com.