"The tech can benefit commanders in the field to speed that OODA loop, that decision cycle, leveraging all the information that's being generated at the tactical edge" AT Ball, Microsoft. Watch the video with AT Ball to find out how Thales and Microsoft are teaming up ...
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Thales Australia, Microsoft and Tasmanian SME Fortifyedge have rapidly developed a solution to the problem of authenticating the identity of defence personnel during tactical operations.
Mission Readiness: How Cloud technology could help NZDF realise its vision of a Networked Combat Force
The following short article looks at how NDC Edge aligns with the strategic objectives of the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) - around secure interoperability and how it could become a force multiplier for future operations, both in the military and non-military domain...
The military communication challenges of the open sea are unique. Thales is up to the challenge.
As a Thales’ field service representative who was deployed internationally supporting the Australian Defence Force, Ryan Lean has seen a thing or two. A pressing in-theatre challenge he keeps coming back to? Mission agility.
What will the future of military technology look like? According to Jason Legge, the emphasis will be on improving human decision-making.
Advanced technology only matters if it can get the job done in-theatre and improve mission decisiveness.
Mission interoperability can be the difference between a right and wrong decision. Here’s how Thales has been helping militaries get it right.
Microsoft announced today that Thales has won the Defence and Intelligence 2021 Microsoft Partner of the Year Award for the company’s collaboration on the Nexium Defence Cloud Edge Solution.
From global powers like Microsoft to smaller enterprises in Brisbane, Melbourne, Canberra, Tasmania, Thales is dedicated to collaboration.