In: Exhibitions, Products 29 Oct 2014 Tags: , ,

ATDI is happy to announce that ATDI runs a booth at Electronic Warfare GCC 2014 from November 18th to 19th, Abu Dhabi, in EAU to present HTZ Warfare software.

As a leader of Radio network planning, ATDI will introduce HTZ warfare which is the most comprehensive radio planning solution for Communication Electronic Warfare, Tactical Communications and Spectrum Engineering.

HTZ warfare is developed for and used worldwide by C4ISR, Forces (Air, Navy, Land), Police, Border patrols and Security services, Military Spectrum Regulators, MODs, Military equipment manufacturers…

More information about HTZ warfare:


Electronic Warfare is a significant tradeshow to present and meet the latest technologies and solutions.

Please do not hesitate to contact Ruben Perdiz at and Carlos Aguilar at if you would like to book a meeting with ATDI during Electronic Wafare GCC 2014.

Electronic Warfare GCC 2014 – Booth 25


In: Exhibitions 30 Aug 2012 Tags: , , ,

ATDI is pleased to be accepted among exhibitors of the NATO CAX Forum 2012 that takes place in Rome on 24-27 September 2012. The 7th NATO Computer Assisted Exercise Forum will be newly organized and conducted by the NATO Modelling and Simulation Centre of Excellence. The forum will focus on technical items and operating procedures related to simulation-based exercises and training support, in order to promote the exchange of information and best practices among the Staffs of NATO and national simulation/training centers. Click here to learn more about NATO CAX forum

During the event ATDI will be presenting HTZ warfare– the most comprehensive radio planning solution for electronic warfare and tactical communications specially designed for military bodies. Click here to learn more about HTZ warfare software solution from ATDI

In: Uncategorized 04 Jun 2012 Tags: , ,

ATDI is providing military mission planners with an essential new tool, PnC. This software system produces instant radio coverage data and delivers it on virtually any portable hardware from a tablet to a PC. It means that field operatives can work out signal viability while still in the field and can provide essential feedback to their headquarters.

“Modern military thinking is all about speed and accuracy,” says ATDI Ltd managing director Cyprien de Cosson, “and PnC is the epitome of that. It puts vital information immediately into the place where it is most needed.”

PnC predicts tactical radio coverage, showing where base station signals can reach portable devices in both urban and rural environments, as well as planning point-to-point links for communications in hilly environments. In addition, it predicts airspace coverage from ground control systems to mountainous regions and optical coverage to determine areas of visibility.

“All this is achieved on the ground,” Cyprien notes. “That, plus our flexible, easy-to-use interface, gives real power to people having to make plans in real time.”

PnC was designed in consultation with military planners to ensure it most closely meets the needs of the people using it.

For more information click here