On Thursday November 29, Thales is organising its annual Thales Awards ceremony. For the last 15 years, this internal competition has enabled the Group to recognise and reward the year’s most innovative teams and projects.
Open to all the Group’s collaborators, the Thales Awards highlight the projects that stand out for their innovation (InnovAwards) and their social contribution (Solidarity Awards) providing the projects with the visibility and recognition they deserve. Many of the winning projects later become products and services that enrich the Group’s offer.
The Thales Awards represent the ideal opportunity to showcase the wealth and breadth of the innovations that feed the growth and development of our Group.
Based around policies of openness and sharing, the innovation practiced by Thales is also extremely interactive, with both the academic community and with innovative businesses. This dedication to openness and sharing helps to sustain highly creative and remarkably efficient innovation ecosystems. As part of the same policy, Thales is working more closely than ever with high-tech start-ups, for example at Station F, the world’s largest incubator, where Thales was selected by to run its cybersecurity programme.
The Group’s significant involvement in research has been recognised by the prestigious journal Nature, which ranks Thales among the top 100 companies that most stand out for the quality of their scientific research.