ImageMETEOROLOGICAL SATELLITE, MSG-4, SATELLITE DE météorologie, THALES ALENIA SPACE, MSG-4 : Built by Thales Alenia Space on behalf of ESA and EUMETSAT, MSG-4 is the fourth and last Meteosat Second generation (MSG) satellite. It was successfully launched in July 2015. Thales Alenia Space is the world leader in geostationary meteorology systems. The company will have built a total of 17 Meteosat weather satellites: seven first-generation, 4 second-generation and 6 third-generation models.
MSG-413 Mar 2016Crédits : Imag[IN] // Imag[IN] ©THALES ALENIA SPACE3.95 Mo - JPEG
ImageANSSI, CAINE PATRICE, cybersécurité, Guillaume-Poupard, media, Patrice-Caine, PRESS, PRESSE, thales-media-day, Patrice Caine, Thales CEO, at the Group's Cybersecurity Media Day
Patrice Caine, Thales CEO, at the Group's CyberSecurity Media Day13 Apr 2018Crédits : ©THALES1.22 Mo - JPEG
ImageEDEN-ISS, Espace, greenhouse, mobile_unit, serre, space, Unit?_mobile, The Mobile Test Facility (MTF) for the production of food and resources in a closed environment, part of the EDEN ISS project, has been shipped to the Neumayer III Antarctic station. It will be used to test plant cultivation under extreme coeditions, to support the development of spaceflight-ready systems and technologies for controlled-plant growth in space and on the International Space Station.
EDEN-ISS09 Oct 2017Crédits : EDEN-ISS0.14 Mo - JPEG
ImageANSSI, cybersécurité, media, PRESS, PRESSE, Thales Media Day à CyberSecurity 11th April 2018
Thales Media Day à CyberSecurity 11th April 201813 Apr 2018Crédits : ©THALES1.86 Mo - JPEG
ImageEarth Observer Optical is a state-of-the-art turnkey very-high-resolution optical observation system designed for operationaL'applications including surveillance, agriculture, urban planning, risk management and monitoring of natural disasters.
Earth Observer Optical09 Jun 2016Crédits : Master Image Programmes // Master Image Programmes ©THALES ALENIA SPACE12.1 Mo - JPEG
Imagearabel, command and control, samp, SAMP-T, SAMP/T, sampt, SAMP/T (christened MAMBA by the French Air Force) is the cornerstone of Italy and France's contributions to the North Atlantic Alliance tactical ballistic missile defence capability. The French Air Force currently owns 7 MAMBA systems whilst the Italian Army owns 3 systems. SAMP/T is a theatre antimissile system designed to protect the battlefield and sensitive tactical sites (such as airports and sea ports) against all current and future airborne threats including cruise missiles manned and unmanned aircraft and tactical ballistic missiles in the 600 km range class. The system comprises a fire control system based on the ARABEL multi-function electronic scanning radar and a Vertical Ground Launcher mounted on Italian Astra/iveco and French Renault-KERAX 8x8 trucks and capable of firing eight missile in rapid sequence. Operational evaluation of the system has been taking place in France and Italy with a series of successful test firings. During the latest firing on November 14th 2011 a French Air Force MAMBA (SAMP/T) system successfully intercepted a target representative of a ballistic missile. This was the second successful ATBM firing with a SAMP/T system after the one that took place on October 18th 2010 on which occasion SAMP/T premièred an all-European anti-ballistic capability.
SAMP/T23 Mar 2016Crédits : © EUROSAM5.37 Mo - JPEG
ImageGROUND-FIRE, radar, Ground Fire radars family
Ground Fire radars family20 Jun 2017Crédits : ©THALES7.53 Mo - JPEG
Image2020, avionics, cockpit, HMI, IHM, innovation, multi-touchscreen, Avionics 2020 incarnates a new-generation cockpit founded on the principles of natural and direct hands-on interaction and human-machine interfaces, designed to serve the pilot through the use of the latest head-up and head-down technologies. Its totally scalable model, can also include bi-chromal head-up displays enabling enhanced collimated piloting data organisation and discrimination, associeted with a synthetic representation of the outside environment. Much like its overall avionics, the human-machine interface of Avionics 2020 can connect to core functions supplied by third parties. Furthermore, it can be personalised so as to merge with the cockpit concept as defined by the customer. Personalisation duties can interchangeably be handled by Thales or by the customer, who may wish to retain control over IP aspects and enjoy greater autonomy in the development and management of changes to theiresolution. The cockpit's concept introduces a modern and effective cockpit implementation which integrates a large, secure display area associeted with several reconfigurable means of control. This user-friendly organisation of the cockpit incorporates multi-touchscreen capabilities, offering pilots an intuitive interaction solution comprising all aircraft systems and functions.
Avionics 2020 new-generation cockpit01 Dec 2015Crédits : Quentin Reytinas // Quentin Reytinas ©THALES19.02 Mo - JPEG
Imagecbtc, Dubaï, metro, Operation Control Center, railways, RTA, seltrac, ticket vending, train, The Dubaï Metro is the world's longest driverless metro (70 KM) and it provides, for the first time, a fast, comfortable and attractive alternative to journeys by road. Thales' technology and expertise played a decisive role in bringing the Dubai Metro to life.
Dubaï Metro22 Aug 2016Crédits : Government of Dubaï Road and Transport Authority (RTA)4.62 Mo - JPEG