Military helicopters are carrying out their missions in various and very often complex operational environments. They are facing a wide range of threats and rely on their manoeuvrability and armour but above all on their self-protection system to survive.
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The aircrew has been briefed, the mission is clear: the helicopter is to fly deep into enemy territory to provide air support for ground troops in a sticky situation. As the crew straps in and prepares for take-off, they know they'll be flying into the unknown. Despite
How the French Navy’s ATL2 modernisation programme combines Thales’s cutting-edge SEARCHMASTER® radar and latest-generation data processing to demonstrate better performance – even in tougher environments
Thales is unveiling PureFlyt, the Flight Management System (FMS) of the future, specifically designed to efficiently manage aircraft in a connected aerospace ecosystem and in increasingly crowded skies. Indeed, with the global commercial aircraft fleet forecast to doubl
With aircraft increasingly e-connected for both flight operations and enhanced passenger on-board experience, Thales creates a cyber-shield to keep them safe from hacker attacks in the skies.
Thales is applying artificial intelligence (AI), big data, intelligent sensors, and cyber-secured connectivity to its leading air traffic management (ATM) solutions, assuring safety and efficiency for all types of aircraft in more crowded skies.
Come and visit us at the Thales Pavilion B& from June 17-23 at Le Bourget, France
Pilots can now focus on their mission rather than on their avionics thanks to FlytX’s ease of use from IMA technology, AI and Big Data. Read on
Thales in the UK has been training Royal Air Force (RAF) aircrews for over 87 years. Since the beginning of this steadfast relationship, Thales has developed and delivered over 300 complex simulators for 60 different platforms…