ImageSOPHIE Lite, Thales’s lightweight hand-held tactical-range target locator, weighs in at well under 2 kg and can fit into the glovebox of a passenger vehicle, opening up new possibilities for civilian security teams and mobile perimeter guards, as well as military users.
SOPHIE Lite, Thales’s lightweight hand-held tactical-range target locator.Crédits : Thales1.87 Mo - JPEG
ImageAirbus Helicopters and the French defence procurement agency (DGA) have selected Thales FlytX avionics suite for their future H160M Joint Light Helicopter. Airbus Helicopters and Thales are also pursuing studies to potentially integrate FlytX on the future Tiger Mk3. Using the latest display technologies to make flying easier, FlytX features a set of naturally intuitive, direct-interaction touchscreen interfaces. Workload is reduced, enabling pilots to focus on their missions and ensure optimal safety.
Thales’s new FlytX avionics suite for latest-generation helicopter programmesCrédits : F&A0.44 Mo - JPEG
ImageStandalone navigation systems, also known as HPIRS, are based on a high performance IMU (inertial measurement unit) manufactured by Thales. This product is packed with advanced technologies (Ring Laser Gyro - RLG) and delivers the performance needed for critical aviation, ground transport and maritime applications. TopAxyz high performance IMU comprises three laser gyroscopes and three accelerometers in a single, compact unit for guaranteed performance and an extended lifespan.
TopAxyz high performance IMU - Inertial Measurement Unit, on the Thales stand at Paris Air Show 2019Crédits : Light Ex Machina/Thales1.87 Mo - JPEG
ImageFrench Minister of Transport Elisabeth Borne visiting the Thales stand, with Patrice Caine, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Thales Group, at the International Paris Air Show 2019, Le Bourget
Elisabeth Borne at International Paris Air Show (SIAE) 2019Crédits : Light Ex Machina/Thales2.44 Mo - JPEG
ImageFrench 'Fields Medal' mathematician and politician Cédric Villani visiting the Thales stand, with Marko Erman, Chief Technical Officer of the Thales Group, at the International Paris Air Show 2019, Le Bourget
Cédric Villani at International Paris Air Show (SIAE) 2019Crédits : Light Ex Machina/Thales1.63 Mo - JPEG
ImageThales at Paris Air Show 2019 (SIAE 2019), in Le Bourget, France
Thales at Paris Air Show 2019 (SIAE 2019), in Le Bourget, FranceCrédits : Light Ex Machina/Thales2 Mo - JPEG
ImageThe FlytX flight deck system on Thales stand at Paris Air Show 2019 (SIAE 2019), in Le Bourget, France. FlytX has a tactile interaction and large displays will fit any size of civil & military cockpit such as helicopter, turboprop, business jet. It is the result of ten years of research conducted in cooperation with pilots, ergonomists, doctors and engineers.
The FlytX flight deck system on Thales stand at Paris Air Show 2019 (SIAE 2019), in Le Bourget, France.Crédits : Light Ex Machina/Thales2.02 Mo - JPEG
ImageAugmented C4I - Connected collaborative engagement
Thales at Paris Air Show 2019 (SIAE 2019)Crédits : Light Ex Machina/Thales2.44 Mo - JPEG
ImageThe Thales’s collective training environment connects multiple types of simulation and multiple stations. These capabilities increase the number of trained personnel and boost training capacity, no matter how complex the mission is, making it possible to train any combination of forces to combat any threat anywhere.
Simulation demo on the Thales stand at Paris Air Show 2019 (SIAE 2019), Le Bourget, FranceCrédits : Light Ex Machina/Thales1.9 Mo - JPEG