The force W team, led by Thales, has won the second edition of the CoHoMa challenge. On June 26 at the Cercle des Armées, General Quevilly awarded first place to the team comprising Thales, SERA Ingénierie, DUMA Engineering, MC-CLIC and H2X. A well-deserved first place ...
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Thales and Skyports partner to conduct drone delivery trial for the NHS in Scotland to support UK COVID-19 response
The aim of the trial, backed by Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) – part of NHS Highland, is to prove the delivery of urgent medical cargo, such as COVID-19 test kits…
Technology is key to both military and civilian applications. Today, they benefit from each other’s advances, in a new cross-fertilisation of ideas.
In the space of 15 years, the humble drone has gone from hastily improvised weapon of war to a cornerstone of navigation, meteorology and civil surveillance.
Unmanned vehicles have already proven their use in the battlefield and are beginning to show potential in civilian circumstances as well. But is the day coming when they’re not just unmanned but operating entirely on their own?