HN ranking of the biggest slovak businesses of the security and defence industry
Daily journal of Hospodárske Noviny brought recent article about the armament industry in Slovakia. The main aim of the article were the slovak armament companies in between which Aliter Technologies could not be missing.
Our division of the Special systems had been presented in the VAT program, which focuses on the scientific-technical topics. In the show you could have seen what technologies are being developed by the Special system division.
For more details: http://www.rtvs.sk/televizia/archiv/11767/128599#467
Aliter Technologies being a partner of Stefanik Trail event in the news of RTVS
Aliter Technologies supported this-year's ultra trail STEFANIK TRAIL by the general partnership. The IT company also set up its own relay this year. The more and more popular STEFANIK TRAIL had been spoked about also in the Top news of RTVS. More in the link (from 37:42): https://www.rtvs.sk/televizia/archiv/11580/127737
Interview with our CEO, Peter Dostál, for a web portal Parlamentne Listy
Slovak company - Aliter Technologies is one of the few companies which supply services and technologies to NATO. At the same time Aliter Technologies is the only company in the Slovak Republic, which develops and produces specialized hardware in the area information and communication technologies for the Ministry of Defence and the Ministry of Interior.
Mountains, forest, night and loneliness. All that is a part of one of the toughest races - STEFANIK TRAIL
In 1915 wounded Milan Rastislav Štefánik had been salvaged in Serbia thanks to his 120 km long walk by foot. It is this event which inspired the group of enthusiasts organizing the extraordinary event - STEFANIK TRAIL. Hundreds of runners had started from under the cairn in Brezova pod Bradlom all the way to Bratislava again this year. There was 140 km long way ahead of them through the Stefanik's artery.
Aliter Technologies company had been the main partner of the ultra trail STEFANIK TRAIL. Whole reportage had been broadcasted by TV JOJ.
Aliter Technologies talks on the subject of where is slovak cloud heading
Slovak weekly TREND, looked at Slovak cloud in the detail. CEO of Aliter Technologies company, Peter Dostal also answered the question “In what new services and products do you see the option for the further cloud development?”
“Further development will be possible in the segment of small and medium companies in the area of provision of the complete IT infrastructure in a single package: web, accounting/ERP, CRM, collaboration, storage. We also see the space for the services which guarantee the security and integrity of the cloud environment in enterprise segment.”
They come without any warning, leaving terrific devastation behind themselves – extinct people’s lives, injured men, worries and fear about our security. The number of terroristic attacks on the old continents keeps growing, numerous European metropolis and cities became the target of many radicals.
The member countries invest more and more financial resources in order to fight against the radicals and intensify the cooperation on the military operations. According to many specialists this is one of the extremely important factors.
The modern technologies which play very important role on the battlefield nowadays can be found in Slovakia as well – in Aliter Technologies.
Aliter Technologies at the Jubilee Anniversary of the International Congress ITAPA
The 15th anniversary of the international congress ITAPA, which was held in the spirit of the main present trend MAKE IT EASY, has seen almost a hundred of interesting presentations delivered by several top experts from public and private sectors. With the presentation “Cloud – chosen aspects and parallels”, we have contributed to the topic “eGovernment and how to move it forward”.
More information in the following articles:
Cooperation of Aliter Technologies and Voltia expands electro mobility and new business services
The HW and SW solution of the company Aliter Technologies represents a significant part of a successful service of the company Voltia which, in June this year, helped the company to get among three finalists in the competition Sustainable Energy Europe Awards 2016 launched by the European Union.
Aliter Technologies designed the whole infrastructure of the fleet management system to enable monitoring of the car during the whole drive and to enable the transfer of the information between the car and the back-end. The solution also covers the overall management and the management of the charging process.
Originally small Slovak company with two employees has become a major supplier of military technologies for NATO. Aliter Technologies has succeeded in many local and international tenders. More information:
Aliter Technologies is associated mainly with supplying technologies for the most significant governmental departments and with being a multinational supplier of defence and aviation technology.
Read more in the magazine FORBES.
Aliter Technologies with Trainees about Project Aliter Incubator on TV JOJ
Aliter Incubator is a project of the company Aliter Technologies that focuses on helping university students and graduates to start a successful career. Currently, it is at the end of its successful first year. For more information visit our YouTube channel.
Aliter Technologies with BAE Systems about industrial partnership at TV Markíza
Aliter Technologies and BAE Systems are after one year of preparations ready for serial production of TRM modul for radar Commander SK. Significant components of the radar will be produced by Slovak Industry and the radar will be supported and upgraded in Slovakia throughout its operational life of at least 25 years. More information in the spot of the TV Markíza.
The popular newspaper Denník N wrote an interesting article about the Slovak military industry. The company Aliter Technologies cannot miss in the article!
In May 2001, it might seem that the Slovak military companies regaining former glory. In this year, Greece as a member of NATO bought twelve self-propelled howitzers with the name Zuzana. "This business will have a great financial benefit," said Ministry of Defence of Slovak Republic.
Delivering military capability through industrial partnership
TRM module for Commander SK radar is ready for the serial production. Aliter Technologies, after more than one year of cooperation with the company BAE Systems, produced a prototype which is now able to perform all its functions. That means companies can immediately start with manufacturing the locator and completed Commander SK radar can be delivered to the Slovak Army.
More information: http://www.pcrevue.sk/a/Zabezpecenie-armadnych-sposobilosti-cez-priemyselnu-spolupracu
Aliter Technologies was a part of the International Defense Exhibition IDEB 2016, the main topic of which was modernization of military, police and communication forces. The company has won a prestigious price PRIX IDEB 2016 in the category of C4I2 systems. The award was received for a new product from the special systems division - COMTANET® B2R (broadband radio router) and variability of its usage while creating high speed tactical mobile radio infrastructure via MANET radio network enabling data, video and voice transfer.
Currently, it is challenging for Slovak graduates to find proper jobs particularly due to the lack of practical experience. The company Aliter Technologies conducted a survey finding out that students expect from their first employer especially personal development, career growth, long-term employment and above-standard salary. The project Aliter Incubator, the aim of which is to provide the trainees with necessary experience and improve thus their employability, was influenced and originated also by the findings of the survey.
Read more in the magazine RADAR:
Aliter Technologies Introduces COMTANET® B2R in the British magazine IHS Jane's 360
Slovak company Aliter Technologies has introduced its new B2R tactical broadband system, which is designed to create a secure and resilient network for simultaneous transmission of data, video, and voice communications via mobile ad hoc networking (MANET) techniques.
What is the role of non-invasive technologies in the residential areas? Can current technologies help the seniors? Is taking care of seniors a social need?
You can read also about these issues in the interview given to Zive.sk by the manager of the company Aliter Technologies, Roman Noskovič.
Unique Slovak Technology Improves Safety of Special Operation Forces
A new solution from Aliter Technologies provides better technical conditions to command military tactical units more efficiently. It is crucial to share the same information about the situation in the field in case of anti-terroristic or other military operations. It gives the tactical commanders a strategic edge.
COMTANET B2R is a broadband radio router which is a part of COMTANET production line. This radio technology has been designed for the special operation forces, as well as for any other military units. It is also suitable for non-military units, such as the police, rescue teams etc. The technology can be used in case it is necessary to transfer large amounts of data in motion among objects changing position at all times, e.g. vehicles among which the data are being transferred.
Aliter Technologies participates in building safety in Canada
Aliter Technologies successful in the Ministry of Defense in Canada.
Being a supplier for multinational companies in the defense industry with 14 signed contracts with NATO agencies, Aliter technologies confirms its global character by entering into a contract with the Canadian Ministry of Defense. Aliter Technologies will deliver a special solution - an emulator of the air-to-ground communication via the data connection. The emulator will significantly improve testing results which are necessary for enhancing the efficiency of communication between aircrafts and ground force units. The device also increases the efficiency of air traffic.
„After opening our Canadian branch office in Toronto in 2014 and acquiring a membership in CADSI, entering into this contract represents another important step in breaking out abroad and getting important business opportunities in the North American market. Our cooperation with the Ministry of Defense confirms we belong among top IT companies in the field of special systems designed for institutions responsible for defense, security, rescue and protection of inhabitants. Our next milestone is developing further partnership and cooperation by participation in CANSEC fair on May 26“, says Peter Dostal, CEO of Aliter Technologies.
The radar project with Aliter Technologies in ATM magazine
Aliter Technologies is mentioned in the current issue of ATM magazine. The article is called "Surveillance radar Commander SL":
Slovak Republic has announced a tender for the acquisition of modern 3D surveillance radars that will replace the current operating station P-37MSK.
One of the options is British giant BAE Systems
Radar Commander SL is the three-dimensional (3D) station, so it measures azimuth, distance and flight level of airborne targets. Radar operates in the broadcast band “S”, especially with an operating frequency in the range from 2.7 to 3.1 GHz. BAE Systems could cooperate with two Slovak partners in the project. One of the couple is Slovak IT company Aliter Technologies. In case of accepted offer Aliter Technologies will deliver special cassettes to the transmitting segment of the radar.
Cassettes will be delivered in 102 units, concretely in two variants: 4-channel variant and 5-channel variant. These cassettes will be placed in the above mentioned two modules TRIM. Each one of them has 23 parallel outputs to broadcasting and receiving signals from 23 waveguide elements.
A bright future for the defence system. This expert could possibly protect the Slovak border
The Ministry of Defence of the Slovak Republic plans to procure medium range 3D surveillance radars, according to the head of the resort Martin Glváč the last four suppliers stayed in the competition. One of the hot candidates is BAE Systems. The British company has a long-year tradition and delivers technologies for the Royal Airforce and Navy as well.
Cooperation with the Slovaks
Aliter Technologies is a registered producer for NATO and its products have been deployed under difficult conditions in foreign missions, for instance in Afghanistan. Within the security and defence area Aliter Technologies is as well no longer a freshman. About the concrete product manufactured in Slovakia that will be included in every radar we talked to Ervin Haramia, manager at Aliter Technologies.
„The aim of our company is to supply this component for the transmission part of the radar antenna. The component itself, as we see it, will be manufactured in Slovakia. The body of the box is CNC machined of aluminium alloy, inside are modules with high requirements on production and technological processes as well as security rules,“ explained Ervín Haramia, Security & IA Manager.
Almost 40 percent of students and graduates work in an area that is not related to what they study. “55,6 percent of respondents that have had job interviews during the past two months mentioned that they experienced negative feedback towards their weak practical experience”, says Aliter Technologies who recently asked 250 students about their work experience.
The society believes in a false feeling of security, says the high ranking Slovak IT developer
Cyber defence no longer is a top domain of governmental agencies. The opposite is true, with the growing probability of cyberattacks having ever more serious consequences, it is necessary to support the for both sides beneficial partnership of the public and private sector. Cybersec.sk talked to Peter Dostal, managing director of Aliter Technologies, a.s. - a leading development and consultancy company in the area of information and communication technologies that succeeds also in the hard competition abroad - about how he sees cyber defence and the partnership of public and private persons in Slovakia and what answers to cyber threads does the company he represents offer.
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Slovaks from Aliter Technologies know what modern soldiers need
Aliter Technologies, the company we visited, may not be as well-known as ESET or Sygic, but surely will not be invisible among them. Meanwhile as the mentioned companies offer products that ordinary consumers use, Aliter has a very specific target group. The company develops ICT for the army. Obviously they are doing a good job because they were the only Slovak company that was awarded the Golden IDET 2015 for its radio gate COMTANET VCG.
Customers of the American pharmacy chain Walgreens don't need to go at their doctors' anymore. The pharmacy recently launched an app which allows to visit a virtual doctor via mobile phone. The user can record different data in the app such as weight, blood pressure and physical activity. Then all these data is available to the doctor who can check the user on long distance, propose a therapy and prescribe medication.
I am a manager at a technology company and besides everything else I daily deal with the question of human resources. Having not enough people of high quality in this area is chronically known. The demand on IT products and services grows fast but the offer of professionals is limited. This evokes instability and then as a result generates candidates striving to make use of the situation.
Slovak company demonstrated the use of smartphones by soldiers on a battlefield
Displaying the position of other soldiers on a map or the ability to replay the latest conversation.
The modern soldier's equipment reminds of one that the players of action games have. Besides special cameras or different sensors monitoring health also at first sight ordinary tools may be helpful. At the IDET 2015 trade fair in Brno, Czech republic, we took a look at the solutions of the Slovak company Aliter Technologies that enables soldiers to use an ordinary smartphone on a battlefield.
As the only Slovak company Aliter Technologies was awarded the Golden IDET 2015
Aliter Technologies, in a competition for the best exhibits at IDET 2015 International Defence and Security Technology Fair in the category of Military and security communication and information technologies, was awarded with Golden IDET 2015 award for its AT21201 Voice Communication Gateway.
Five exhibits awarded the Golden IDET 2015 award at the trade fair in Brno
Brno - Five exhibits were awarded the Golden IDET award at the Defence and Security Technology Fair in Brno. Among them was for instance Titus, the armored vehicle of Nexter systems which was introduced by Tatra at the Brno exhibition area.
The Voice Communication Gateway of the Slovak company Aliter Technologies, a.s. was as well one of the awarded.
It needs patience but is worth it. NATO is a perfect customer.
Peter Dostál is the CEO of one of the few Slovak companies that make business with NATO. He speaks about what the company Aliter Technologies had to overcome and why Slovak companies are not rushing into business with NATO.
In Slovakia "nothing is possible" ... or how to make business with NATO
Shortly after graduation at the university I decided to go abroad. But people around me tried to convince me from the very beginning that it's not a reasonable decision. "Why to go abroad? It's not possible to assert yourself in the field anyway." I did put through. Although I don't say that it was easy.
There are not many companies in Slovakia that can pride themselves with a cooperation with NATO. Besides supplies to other companies Aliter Technologies signes already seven contracts directly with NATO agencies and is the biggest Slovak supplier of IT services and technologies for NATO.
Business opportunities from NATO lie in front of Slovak companies but only few of them take them on. This was one of the topics at last week's HN Forum in hotel Devin in Bratislava. The panel participants only shook their heads on the attitude of our business. According to them, Slovak companies have the abilities to take on a bigger part of the NATO budget. There is something worth fighting for.