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Thales launched the digital marketplace IVEN which opens a new era in efficient, rapid and reliable spare parts procurement for the aerospace and defence industries in order to meet their specific needs.
Thales has combined its avionics, air traffic management, air defence, connectivity, big data and cybersecurity expertise with cyber-secured identity tracking to provide secured air space management allowing society to benefit from commercial unmanned aerial vehicle, an
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.
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Thales is creating a centre of engineering expertise in India, planning to hire over 2,000 talents over the next 3 to 5 years. The plan is to support innovation and develop engineering, to design and develop the most advanced technologies in both civil and defence. Read
Today, Thales announces it has become the official communications partner for IMOCA through 2021 to support the big ambitions of skippers competing in the IMOCA Globe Series World Championship. Now more than 30 world class skippers from around the globe will rely on Tha
Connecting forces and equipment gives the collaborative edge over fast-changing risks of hybrid warfare.
To the pilot on an air operation, the threat can come from anywhere: a dusty pickup in the desert armed with a ground-to-air missile or a fifth-generation military fighter from a hostile nation.
The bombing attack on the marketplace seemed all too familiar. But, this time, there was no suicide bomber; a drone carrying a grenade delivered the deadly blast and the first news on it was fake, with ‘false flags’ leading down blind alleys to dead ends to throw defenc