An event such as a G20 summit implies considerable security challenges. In Brisbane, in 2014, Thales designed an integrated solution that resulted in flawless operations for all the duration of this high-profile event.
The second largest pilgrimage in the world, Notre-Dame-de-Guadalupe, near Mexico City, sees the visit of nearly 20 million people every year. Thales ensures visitors’ safety during this exceptional event, most notably using mini-drones.
With more than 20 million passengers a year, John F. Kennedy Airport’ Terminal 4 is growing steadily, creating even more demanding security constraints. Thales has met this challenge by offering integrated solutions that improve both safety levels and operating efficiency.
The Sultanate of Oman’ two international airports welcomes 12 million passengers a year. Thales was chosen to design and deploy the entire security system for both sites, integrating a wide range of advanced technologies together.
With more than 37 million passengers in 2016, Qatar's new Doha Airport is one of the busiest airline hubs in the world. Thales has designed the whole security system, deployed in partnership with Arinc.
The Dutch Ministry of Defence has entrusted Thales with the protection of 170 military sites spread all over the country. A centralized solution was deployed, significantly increasing security and simplicity of use, for contained costs.
The new commercial port of Doha is expected to become one of the world's 12 largest container ports in a few years. Thanks to its comprehensive view of the issues at stake in the field of security at industrial sites, Thales was able to curtail major risks while ensuring continuity of service.
Protecting a critical site such as Mecca, seat of one of the greatest pilgrimages in the world, requires a very high level of expertise. Thales has deployed an innovative solution to ensure optimal security in the central perimeter of the Grand Mosque, as authorities entrusted them to do.
The Louvre Museum, receiving up to 9 million visitors a year, is the largest museum in the world. Security issues raised are numerous and imposing. Thales has taken all aspects into account in implementing an integrated protection solution for this prestigious public site.
Ability to collect images from a distance is a significant asset for efficient field monitoring. Acquiring 210 of Thales’s mini-drones gave the French Army a unique reconnaissance and observation capability.