• Both parties signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for future collaboration in digital including the use of data analytics to explore the full potential of diagnostic data readily available within the rail systems. ...
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As Global Air Travel Resumes, Regional Customers in Asia can rely on Thales to Support their Needs for Avionics Repair and Maintenance
As countries reopen their borders and air travel slowly resumes, the need for a reliable MRO partner becomes more important than ever. In Asia, Thales is proud to support airlines and other partners in their journey to recovery.
With strong support from the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), Thales will drive local development of digital technologies for the Inflight Entertainment, 5G, Biometrics and FinTech sectors.
Thales’s state-of-the-art Automatic Fare Collection gates have been selected by Singapore Land Transport Authority (LTA)
• Singapore Land Transport Authority (LTA) adopts Thales’ Gates for Singapore’s Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) lines. • Designed with contactless technologies, the upgraded Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) gates will make the public transpor...
Thales and SBS Transit Collaborate to deliver Better Travel Experience for MRT Passengers in Singapore
Adopting the agile practices of Thales’ Digital Factory in Singapore, Passenger Density Technology will provide real-time insights on passenger density which was co-conceptualised with SBS Transit since February 2020.
With expertise across all segments - from aircrafts, airlines, airports, satellites and entertainment and control systems - Thales offers end-to-end defence and security solutions, deployed securely to meet their customers’ needs. ...
Ahead of the upcoming Singapore Airshow 2020, we share some trends shaping the aviation sector in 2020 and where Singapore fits in.
Air traffic growth in the Asia-Pacific region is set to take off in a big way, soaring through the next decade and beyond. Thales helps Singapore’s aviation industry take flight.
Every day, the North South Line and East West Line (NSEW) carry two thirds of the Singaporean commuters (Total population of 5.6 Million) on more than 100 km of lines and 58 stations.