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Thales and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) join forces to deliver combat proven high frequency sonars to the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force
Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force relies on Thales and MHI to equip itself with the latest generation of high-resolution synthetic aperture sonar that provides a high level of classification.
Captain Fihey presents the Thales solutions on-board the French Navy’s Fremm (Multi- Mission Frigate), recognising the high performance of the Thales systems as the indispensable foundation for the success of military operations.
Thales and Leonardo to support Polish Navy's anti-submarine warfare capability with FLASH SONICS sonars
Four FLASH SONICS dipping sonar and sonobuoy processing systems from Thales will provide the Polish Navy with the latest-generation anti-submarine warfare capability
CTS Ceramics Denmark and Thales enter into a four-year 1M EUR contract to develop state-of-the-art sonar technology
CTS Ceramics Denmark and Thales Defense Mission Systems have collaborated since the end the 2000s to build knowledge within sonar technology. Now the collaboration results in a four-year 1M EUR contract between our two companies further cementing our mutual relati
Thales UK’s most advanced new mine countermeasures (MCM) 2093 wideband variable depth sonar installed on HMS Grimsby has been part of a two-week joint NATO operation that has led to 38 pieces of ordnance being found – 18 by HMS Grimsby alone…
The General Directorate for Armament and Material (DGAM) and the naval shipyard Navantia have selected Thales technologies for the Spanish Navy's five new multi-mission frigates. The vessels' anti-submarine warfare (ASW) capability, based on two world-class so
Machines that detect when their human operators tire and need a cup of coffee could be closer than we think, thanks to a funding partnership between Thales and the University of South Australia (UniSA)…
TECHNICAL EXCELLENCE AND DIGITAL JOIN FORCES TO MAKE COLLABORATIVE ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE (ASW) A REALITY
How BlueScan—a next-generation digital system that integrates multiple sensors and platforms—helps facilitate collaboration and deliver decisive tactical advantage
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 t
HMS Sutherland, a Royal Navy Type 23 frigate, has been working with Thales UK on innovative anti-submarine warfare sonar technology trials while in Australia.