At Aero India 2021, Thales will showcase its airborne optronic capability, the targeting and reconnaissance pod TALIOS. It combines targeting and tactical reconnaissance capabilities in a single pod that will be able to embed artificial intelligence in the future, and also a range of rockets for fixed and rotary wing military aircraft.
This year, Thales will also bring the latest addition to its family of airborne surveillance radars, the AirMaster C, to the air show. With this new product, Thales offers an optimised surveillance solution for a broader array of platform types and operators, ensuring they benefit from the highest levels of mission performance as they face the new challenges ahead.
With the Indian aerospace sector reviving gradually due to the current circumstances, we remain committed to support the stakeholders – governments, airports, airlines, pilots, crews, and passengers – to make flying safer, easier, and more efficient with our advanced technologies and solutions.