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Thales PureFlyt gives pilots ‘all in one’ flight management functions from flight planning to user-friendly trajectory guidance. Read on.
A new generation of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receivers provides pilots with the accuracy they need to navigate more crowded skies with more diverse types of aircraft.
Airlines are looking for new technologies and turning to artificial intelligence (AI) to support and personalize service for their passengers. Consumers expect quick responses and instant access to easy-to-use self-service options from the companies they trust. Airlines
A new digital platform for air travel accompanies passengers all along their journey and improves airline and airport management
Airbus Helicopters and DGA select Thales’s new FlytX avionics suite for latest-generation helicopter programmes
The FlytX avionics suite will equip the future H160M Guépard, the military version of the H160 from Airbus Helicopters. FlytX is based on the Avionics 2020 concept unveiled at the 2013 Paris Air Show and comprises an intuitive touchscreen interface designed by pilots fo
As the 2017 Paris Air Show has opened its doors, Marc Darmon, Executive Vice President, Secure Communications and Information Systems, speaks about the new security and cybersecurity challenges facing the aerospace sector as a whole. He points to today's investment
Demand from Asia, which never saw the Concorde in commercial service, is one source of the developing demand for supersonic travel over both land and sea, although North America appears still to be the biggest potential market.
Electrified aircraft can help us achieve Clean Sky targets, which aims for a 50% cut in CO2 emissions and an 80% cut in NOx emissions by 2020. Thales expertise is accelerating the transition through stepped up R&D to develop solutions able to power the various elect
Increasing air traffic, reduced separation between planes, heavier workloads. Future pilots will have less time to react and the risks are greater. The solution is AI.
Technology is key to both military and civilian applications. Today, they benefit from each other’s advances, in a new cross-fertilisation of ideas.