Thales has been established in Indonesia for close to 40 years, with numerous programmes and achievements in the civil and defence sector. As a systems supplier and integrator, Thales is in a very strong position to meet the country’s operational requirements in complex systems.
Aligning with Indonesia’s goal of strengthening their local industrial capabilities, Thales fully supports the Indonesian government’s commitment to promote partnerships with local industry. Thales works closely with key Indonesian partners in the fields of air defence radars, military vehicles, shipborne combat management systems, C5i, Above-Water Systems and maritime surveillance.
Present for 40 years in Indonesia
The Group is a longterm provider of defence solutions to the Indonesian Air Force, Army and Navy.
Supplier of naval systems Thales has been providing long-range surveillance radars for the past 40 years (MASTER T and TRS 2215) to the Indonesian Navy.
Strong position in Air Defence – Thales has been the supplier of longrange air surveillance radars to the Indonesian Air Force for nearly 40 years.
Boosting local presence through strategic partnerships
Work with PT LEN on Starstreak as main partner
Development of Naval Combat Management Systems (CMS) through PT LEN
Development of the radars locally as part of the development of Indonesian strategic industries
Cooperation with PT Telkom / PT Pindad
Thales Naval Authorized Service Center in Surabaya with PT DSN
Expand the existing Naval model to eventually have a local service center for all defense areas
To be recognized and positioned as a main supplier of transportation and security solutions through collaboration with local partners
Strengthen local talents and expertise by collaborating with Indonesian universities
Thales has been established in Indonesia for close to 40 years
Thales has been the appointed supplier of combat systems for all warships in service with the Indonesian Navy for close to 40 years
Thales has installed close to 50% of Indonesia’s Air Traffic Management infrastructure, supplying control centres, radars and navaids.
Dismounted soldiers in today’s theatres of operations face extremely complex, fast-moving situations, ranging from insurgencies to high-intensity conflict against increasingly well-equipped adversaries.
Threats at sea in both littoral and blue water have been evolving significantly over the last decade. Navies are faced with an increased use of Fast Inshore Attack Craft (FIACs), unmanned surface and air vehicles, as well as commercial platforms repurposed as weapons. Using conventional techniques, they can be hard to detect until it is too late.