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This article evaluates and explains potential cyberattack scenarios against ships ( including submarine) and proposes a list of major risks. In the following it focuses on the need for constant monitoring of the ship’s infrastructure. Moreover, the human factor is cover
As naval operations rely increasingly on connected technologies aboard ship and in collaborative combat, Thales cybersecurity provides every vessel with customized coverage.
Mines in disguise have become cheaper and easier to plant to threaten naval operations. Thales has developed the first autonomous mine countermeasure system - based on autonomy, Artificial intelligence, Big data analytics and cybersecurity - to be adopted by the French
Thales is combining digital signal processing and AI algorithms to break through congested radiofrequencies for a true revolution in Electronic Warfare, keeping ships and their crews safe with enhanced situational awareness and tactical advantage. Read on.
It’s a dream everyone has had at some time or another: being able to look into the future and see what will happen. And although it would seem to be the stuff of movies and fairy tales, there are real-life situations in which this fantasy can become a reality.
Availability of military equipment is the key to mission success. Thales predictive maintenance boosts forces readiness and cuts costs. Read on
MIRADOR Mk2 is a compact, Electro-Optical observation and tracking system that Thales will deliver to the German Navy for the new corvettes (K130). This contract, together with the one signed in March 2018 for the delivery of the TACTICOS infrastructure for the Combat D