Atlas World is Inaugurated

Monday, March 16, 2009
In the newly opened Atlas World, Atlas Managing Director Kai Horten presents the wide-ranging products and capabilities of Atlas Elektonik to the Director of Naval Armaments and Logistics, Captain Werner Lüders, Rear Admiral Karl-Wilhelm Ohlms and Bremen’s Senator for Economic Affairs and Ports, Ralf Nagel (left to right).

Atlas Elektronik last month opened its new presentation, simulation and integration center dubbed “Atlas World.” The Managing Directors of Atlas, Dieter Rottsieper and Kai Horten, officially opened the new facility together with Ralf Nagel, Bremen’s Senator for Economic Affairs and Ports, and Captain Werner Lüders, Director of Naval Armaments and Logistics for the German Navy.

The new center is designed to showcase and demonstrate the company’s products and systems from the world of naval technology. The exhibits will include, for example, long-range sonars, command systems for submarines and surface vessels, unmanned underwater vehicles, and systems for detecting and destroying sea mines. Complex systems for monitoring and securing harbors and coasts will also be on display.

“Atlas Elektronik in particular and the German industry in general will continue to play a vital role in providing our operational forces with the effective platforms they need to fulfil their missions successfully and safely,” said Captain Werner Lüders, Director of Naval Armaments and Logistics, German Navy.

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