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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 Direction System (CDS), completes the share Thales has in the K130 project.
How a laser-like focus on user needs in the latest Tacticos Combat Management System (CMS) keeps surface ships ahead of the threat
A powerful new sonobuoy that squares the circle of performance, portability and value
Risks are increasing for naval forces as traditional naval powers contest increasingly the open seas, unconventional forces take to the waters with dangerous new weapons, and technology can mask ship movements. Submarines need more sensitive ‘ears’ and ‘brains’ to cut through the clutter and protect both their missions and themselves. A must read, now.
Brazilian Navy maintains strategic independence for communication systems on French-built submarines
When the Brazilian Navy ordered four new submarines from France in 2009, it spelled out its requirements in no uncertain terms.
The projection and command vessel has been at sea for several weeks and will soon arrive at its destination to protect territorial waters from the growing threat of piracy.
The French defence procurement agency (DGA) has awarded Thales a 42-month contract to conduct a set of studies and technological developments for a sonar system to be equipped on France’s future third-generation nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine (SNLE 3G).