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A new phase of space exploration is leading to discoveries about our planet and about ourselves
Thales Hellas and Thales Alenia Space sign MoU with Hellenic Space Agency covering future cooperation in space-based Earth observation
Thales Hellas, Thales Alenia Space and the Hellenic Space Agency (HSA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) covering space cooperation. This MoU will essentially focus on Earth observation.
Thales Alenia Space will showcase its vast range of products, especially telecommunications and Earth observation solutions intended for civil, military and dual applications, as well as its approach to In-Orbit Servicing.
On the 8th of June we are celebrating the World Oceans Day to call attention for the protection of our oceans. Thales technology supports the observation on our oceans: Thales Alenia Space built the Sentinel-3 satellites and additional equipment to monitor the level of
The idea of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in business often conjures up images of space-age workplaces overrun with robots. While the concept of AI seems new to many, it has been around for decades. The phrase “artificial intelligence” was coined in 1956 at a workshop he
The best place to understand the long-term trends affecting our planet is not on Earth, but high above it!
Thales Alenia Space will be at the LAAD international defense and security exhibition in Rio de Janeiro, April 2 to 5. The company will be showcasing its Telecommunications and Earth Observation solutions, along with its latest technological innovations, such as Stratob
Thales Alenia Space will be at IDEX 2019 from February 17 to 21 in Abu Dhabi, alongside parent company Thales. IDEX is the leading international defense exhibition and conference in the Middle East and North Africa region, showcasing the latest technologies for land, se
A stakeholder in Singapore’s dynamic performance, Thales Alenia Space will be at the 12th Global Space and Technology Convention (GSTC) on February 14 and 15.
Space is getting crowded with satellites, bits of rocket stages, parts spun off the International Space Station, all now in constant orbit around the earth. There's the potential for some close encounters with satellites. Until now. Read on.