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Key Thales digital technologies, including AI and Connectivity, are making fighting forces on the ground more effective through information superiority, speed of decision-making, and precision of engagement.
Military superiority depends on information superiority and, particularly, on continuous imagery. Connected combat will mean vastly improved vision and battlefield awareness for tomorrow's soldiers. The keys are sophisticated sensors, seamless connectivity and effectors on and above the conflict zone, Artificial Intelligence for rapid target acquisition and immediate engagement decisions. Read on.
Air traffic is exploding worldwide. Thales’s SimDebrief harnesses AI to bolster the efficiency of air traffic controllers training and to ensure that the increase in controller training demand can be managed . Read on
Here’s how Thales helped develop the Ci5 collaborative freight management platform at the Port of Marseille Fos for port solutions company MGI.
Reporting illegal web content: 10 years of successful collaboration between French Interior Ministry and Thales
From abusive comments on social media to email scams and websites that promote terrorism or incite hatred — we’ve all encountered illegal behaviour on the internet and wondered what we can do about it. The PHAROS* platform, which enables members of the French public to report illegal content on the web, will celebrate its 10 years old, thanks to a successful collaboration with Thales.
Led by the French CEA with the help of Thales, SPARTA is a novel Cybersecurity Competence Network, supported by Europe’s H2020 programme.
Thales’ made to measure Cyberthreat Intelligence and 24/7 monitoring can stop cyberattacks before they can do damage. Read more.
Synergies in Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Big Data, and the Internet of Things are allowing surgeons to see new diamond-clear, dynamic radiology images. Here's how Thales' high-tech imaging is revolutionising medical care. Read more.
Thales and Diateam signed a partnership agreement at the International Cybersecurity Forum (FIC) in Lille, France, 22–23 January 2019.
Finance activities are a prime target for cyberattackers. ATMs, financial transactions, banking data and more — cybercrime causes billions of dollars in losses for the global finance industry, businesses and individuals.