Angénieux cinema lenses, an iconic line of high-end optical products from Thales, are recognised throughout the world for their outstanding image quality, and were even selected by NASA to film Man's first steps on the Moon in 1969.
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Thales’s Angénieux optics continues to make space history a half century after man’s first step on the moon. Read on.
Connecting forces and equipment gives the collaborative edge over fast-changing risks of hybrid warfare.
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
Optronics and AI combine to cover the entire critical decision chain for fighter pilots
Drone surveillance can improve the safety of rail infrastructure, either as eyes in the sky or on tracks as the ‘rail bot ’ of the future. Thales optronics, infrared sensors, connectivity and AI are the keys. A must read, now.
As Thales continues its 40-year history of protecting civilians and soldiers with advanced airborne optronics systems, Emmanuel Vialle, operational advisor and airborne optronics product line manager at Thales, reviews some of the military and industry’s important chall
From June 2018, our Sophie thermal imagers will help the Jean-Marc Landry Foundation to study and protect animal species in the wild. Learn more about a partnership for a worthy cause.
SCROME and Thales announce the commercial launch of Cecile-TS, a new family of thermal weapon sights for snipers and marksmen.