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• Thales has been awarded a contract by Geneva Airport to deliver a centralized supervision system designed to gather and analyse operational data and so detect any irregularities in real-time.
• With 17.7 million passengers in 2018 and more expected in the future, Geneva Airport is planning to modernize its infrastructure and operations.
• In selecting an innovative, scalable Thales solution, the goal of the airport is to benefit from a centralized supervision system to improve coordination by facilitating decision-making under both normal and degraded operating conditions, improving the airport’s overall operational efficiency.
Switzerland is committed to shifting freight from road to rail. The Gotthard Base Tunnel is tangible evidence of that commitment: stretching for 57km beneath the Alps, it is the longest rail tunnel in the world and it plays a vital role in reducing the impact of road traffic in the fragile Alpine environment.
The contract, signed by the end of March 2019 by Thales and the Federal Office for Defence Procurement (Armasuisse) calls for supply of the elements of an IMINT image intelligence centre. Deliveries will begin in early 2020. Built around the Thales MINDS / SAIM system, the platform will enable capture, analysis and optimal exploitation of all types of imagery data. It will be completely virtualised to facilitate integration with the customer’s existing infrastructure, and will incorporate the most advanced AI technologies to take image data analysis to a new level, thus enabling the most relevant intelligence to be distributed to the Swiss authorities, so they can make the right decisions.