Project Arduino, Thales’s very own university competition, is going even more global this year! Following the success of the competition in previous years, Project Arduino will be delivered in no less than ten countries this time.
The global winners of the 2016/17 Thales Arduino competition, the American Team DroneShell, spent three days last week in Paris as the prize for their victory. A timely trip ahead of next season’s launch.
The Thales e-JET app is the first project of its kind allowing Thales employees, usually with 2 to 5 years of experience, to undertake a job exchange in an equivalent role located anywhere in one of our 56 countries worldwide.
Discover how a career at Thales could be rewarding and challenging with the opportunity to experience a wide range of career options in the transportation sector, but also other industry areas that Thales operates.
This year's Project Arduino competition is bigger and better! The competition has more countries and unversities participating than ever before. There is a lot of excitement and anticipation for this year's inventions and innovations.