With a population estimated at 2.5 billion and growth perspective of 5.2%1 on average, the industrial revolution of Africa will also be digital and numerical.
With over 30 years of activity, ARC Informatique is a global SCADA provider and a crucial stakeholder in project support, providing solutions to control, analyze and optimize company installations in all fields2 . ARC Informatique is present on five continents through branches and in Africa through local partners.
Fully aware that this infrastructural and technological leap cannot be achieved without practical competences; ARC Informatique is announcing a free training program for all technical Engineering Schools in Africa. Mainly created for specialized institutions, the goal of this program is to bring expertise on the continent.
Imagine a smarter Universe where everything is managed by intelligent systems!
Grâce SAMNICK (Cameroonian and French) is in charge of this pilot project at ARC, she talks about the question of development on the continent and introduces us to the program.
1.What does the infrastructure market represent in Africa?
2.What are the main sectors for this market?
3.How does ARC Informatique contribute to the market?
4.Does ARC Informatique give priority to projects favoring the training of the local population and local employees?
Dedicated to Africa this project aims to recruit institutions (high school, technical institutes, engineering school, etc.) and to offer the necessary SCADA licenses and trainings to teachers so they can remain independent.
With this program, we hope to participate in the birth of vocations and the maturation of a strong ecosystem, developing talents and skills.
Partnerships & Alliances5
Since its inception in 1981,ARC Informatique has developed commercial partnerships with many international companies operating in various fields, from industries to infrastructures. These partners trust the competence of our teams when we work with them.
Our PcVue Certified Partners Program has been conceived to provide solutions to engineering and system integrators companies, in order to provide training, support and license allowing them to manage the application.
Our development was made by respecting our industry standards, and by maintaining the user-friendliness of other desktop applications.
Our international sales force is made of a strong subsidiaries & reseller network around the world. By relying on our resources in Europe, we were able to achieve a global development.
1 In Sub-Saharan Africa in 2014
2 KENGEN KENYA, SONATRACH, ASECNA, ACTEMIUM Morocco, RENAULT Morocco VEOLIA, TOTAL Angola, Comilog (Mines),Casablanca Airport, SEEG (Gabon Water and Electricity Company),Sobraga (Brewery), Smag (Food Processing), Setrag (Railways)
3 "Infrastructures in Afrika: challenges and future perspectives", High standard seminar organized by the FMI Institute in collaboration with the Multilateral African lnstitute, Tunis (Tunisia), February, 28th - March, st 2006
4 KILIMANDJARO INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS ELECTRONICS & COMPUTERS
Institute site http://www.kiitec.ac.tz/ ADEI Association site http://www.asadei.org/
5 SONATRACH, ASECNA,Actemiun Morocco, Veolia, TOTAL Angola, TIERIIvory Coast, Grands Moulins d'Abidjan, Renault (Morocco). PRODERGIE Gabon, COSELEC Senegal,ECS Mauritius, HBS Morocco, KENGEN KENYA, ONEA BURKINA FASO, PLC SOUTH AFRICA (ETC...)