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The Maritime Mine Countermeasures Programme: the French and British navies blaze the trail towards a global first with their revolutionary autonomous system
Recognising the clear alignment of their objectives, in 2015, France and the UK fired the starting gun to embrace a new, unprecedented concept of operations: the Maritime Mine Countermeasures (MMCM) Programme. The ambition? By 2020, to be operating a sophist
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
Up and down the country, a quiet revolution is taking place. We stand at the dawn of a new Age of Drones. Within a few years, they will become a ubiquitous frontline resource of the UK’s emergency services…
At a time when digital technologies are increasingly shaping the battlefield of the future, the need for armed forces to boost their intelligence-gathering capability is becoming ever more acute. For units deployed in the demanding conditions of the theater of operation
Mike Oliver and Joel Grundy of Thales explain how Soarizon could be one of the answers to today's challenges in the emerging drone market and so help unlock the door to better, more efficient and safer use of UAS. Thales' software-based digital operations cent
Dangerous and indiscriminate, underwater mines pose a serious threat to shipping for decades after deployment. They are everyone’s problem.
Thales demonstrates the future of unmanned systems in a maritime environment through the UK Royal Navy’s Unmanned Warrior
Thales, along with 40 organisations from defence, industry and academia, has been working with the Royal Navy over the last year to deliver the largest unmanned systems event of its kind.