Thales has been present in Italy since 1988 and now has 2800 employees in the country. Thales is operating in the security, transportation, aerospace, defence and space markets.
It offers technical solutions aimed to the air traffic management sector, with capabilities in landing, navigation and surveillance systems; to the defence sector, with capabilities in military communications and electronic warfare; to the transport sector, with capabilities in rail signalling and supervision solutions; to the security sector, with capabilities in protection and supervision of critical infrastructures and finally to the space sector, with capabilities in building systems and equipment for space telecommunications, navigation, Earth observation, science, exploration and transport.
To meet the needs of every customer, Thales in Italy has a solid portfolio of dual-use products and technologies, aimed at both civil and military markets. Its strong capabilities for innovation is nurtured by numerous and profitable collaborations with the best Italian universities and research centres, allowing the Group to detect and anticipate the challenges of the market.
Thales Alenia Space has 2300 employees in Italy
Sites in Italy (Florence, Rome, Chieti, Milan, Varese, L'Aquila and Turin)
Thales Italia has 450 employees
Aerospace in Italy
Thales Italia develops and deploys air traffic security systems.In Italy, for both the Italian market and for export, Thales designs and supplies the whole range of the most modern systems for flight assistance, traditional and satellite radio navigation, surveillance and control of airport traffic on the ground (ASMGCS), airfield ground lighting (AGL), turnkey electronic airport systems and new generation ATC surveillance systems.
Thales Alenia Space, the joint venture between Thales (67%) and Leonardo (33%), operates in Italy through Thales Alenia Space in Italy, which has 2,300 employees at four plants, in Rome, Turin, L’Aquila and Milan.
Security systems, telecommunications, supervision, control & management information and signalling solutions for trains, trams and metros form the backbone for transport infrastructures are proposed by the Group in Italy.
Thales and Norwegian mechanical engineering company Ritek today announce their intention to collaborate on radar opportunities in Norway.
The collaboration will increase the Norwegian footprint in the domain of radars and strengthens the development of an important ...
Cannes, September 23, 2021 – Thales Alenia Space, the joint company between Thales (67%) and Leonardo (33%), has carried out a demonstration flight designed to validate the emergency recovery system for the Stratobus stratospheric airship, as part of the European Commis...
Three more Spanish airports – Reus, Girona-Costa Brava and Tenerife Sur benefit from new Automated Border Control (ABC) gate deployments for improved and speed up the process of border management and traveller experience.
Thales takes note of the decision by the Australian authorities to acquire a fleet of nuclear-powered submarines. Thales does not expect any material impact of this announcement on the Group’s 2021 EBIT.