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Thales strengthens its industrial capacity in Spain due to production start-up of the TUUM-6 underwater digital communication system
Thales has started production of the TUUM-6 underwater communication system, one of the components of the Group’s integrated suite of sonars and acoustic systems, in Spain. According to the contract signed in December 2019, Thales will provide the system for the Spanish
Thales delivers first Sea Fire fully digital radar with active antenna for France’s future FDI frigates
On April 27th 2021, Thales delivered the first digital Sea Fire radar for integration on the French Navy’s first Defence and Intervention Frigate in Lorient.
Thales selected by Lockheed Martin to deliver airborne anti-submarine warfare sonars to the U.S., Indian, Greek and Danish navies
Thales has signed a contract with Lockheed Martin as a tier-one supplier for the delivery of up to 55 airborne anti-submarine warfare sonars. The ALFS (Airborne Low Frequency Sonar)* dipping sonars will be installed on the MH-60R platform for the U.S. Navy and three nav
Thales to provide new-generation sonar suite for French Navy's nuclear-powered ballistic-missile submarines (SSBNs)
With the launch of full-scale development of France's third generation of nuclear-powered ballistic-missile submarines (SNLE 3G), Thales is developing a new sonar suite based on disruptive technologies that represent a significant break from the systems in service today
NS50 radar to equip the Belgium Navy and the Royal Netherlands Navy next generation Mine Counter Measures Vessels (MCMV)
The navies of Belgium and the Netherlands rely on Thales, Naval Group and KERSHIP shipyard to equip the 12 next generation Mine Counter Measures Vessels with NS50 radars for Air & Surface Surveillance with Fire Control capabilities.
Thales to deliver the world’s first fully integrated unmanned mine countermeasures system for the Royal Navy and French “Marine Nationale”.
Following the first phase of the program in which two demonstrators have successfully proven their operational performances at sea, France and the United Kingdom marked the tenth anniversary of the Lancaster House treaties by signing a joint contract for Thales to start
Navies across the world are having to adapt to an ever-changing maritime environment and facing new threats, and vessels need to be able to defend both themselves and other platforms within a naval task group. The MKS 180 is a resilient, multi-purpose ship designed for
Navies and nations around the world are facing ever more complex and advanced threats to their sovereignty. Controlling the maritime space in this environment requires navies to adopt digital solutions and technologies – big data, connectivity, artificial intelligence a
The maritime space is an important nexus of confrontation when nations have conflicting ambitions. Instances of provocation and intimidation at sea are frequent, and there is an increasing risk that these tactics could lead to direct, high-intensity confrontation. In an