Sorry, a "rappel altitude" i.e. an altitude reminder (which according to Gaudu was the first year he's ever done one before the Tour): David Gaudu, 9e du Dauphiné : « Le plus important n'est pas mon classement général » - L'Équipe (lequipe.fr)What "first" altitude training camp? He had at least 4 in the last 12 months so I am curious what exactly do you mean.
(Interview from June 6th after the Dauphiné):
"I'm going tomorrow for an altitude reminder. It's the first year I'm doing one & I wanted to try it. It's this year or never".Je repars dès demain (lundi) pour un rappel d'altitude. C'est la première année que je vais faire ça, j'avais envie d'essayer, c'est l'année ou jamais. »
My point stands, i.e. these teams (like FDJ) are behind the curve in terms of training & preparation for the Tour de France. They were when Pinot was their main guy & remain so today with Gaudu. And it's just small details like Gaudu's altitude reminder which add up to a bigger picture.