As previously announced, Thales further extends the acceptance period of the offer for Gemalto and remains confident that the acquisition will be completed by year end 2018
Following the opening of the new, highly modernised terminal of Muscat International Airport in March 2018, passengers are benefitting from enhanced operations and overall security experience thanks to Thales.
This year at the Farnborough International Airshow, Donna Foster signed the Women in Aviation and Aerospace Charter – a pledge to demonstrate a commitment to gender equality – on behalf of Thales. Not only was this a significant moment for Thales, but also for Donna.
Jason is a Project Manager in the Ground Transportation Systems (GTS) business at Thales UK. But he wasn’t always passionate about infrastructure and London’s Underground network.
Thales and the British Heart Foundation have joined forces for the next two years to help beat heartbreak forever.
Thales Deutschland signed a contract with Wooribyul to deliver the nation-wide “Next Generation Air Surveillance System ADS-B” to the South Korean Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MoLIT).
Rail operators are set to gain smart new insights. “Behind the buzz words of artificial intelligence and deep learning, a real disruption is going on in computer vision. This technological evolution offers new features with a real benefit for the customer and fewer false alerts.” says Stéphanie Joudrier, ICS Security Product Line Manager at Thales.
We want to reduce the emission of CO2 and the consumption of scarce resources through the production and delivery of our products.
On December 8, 2017 Thales celebrated the launch of the first Offshore Fisheries Science Vessel (OFSV) at Seaspan Shipyards. This first of class vessel represents a remarkable achievement as the first large non-combat ship to be designed and built under Canada’s National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS), demonstrating the domestic shipbuilding industry’s strength and capabilities.
A team of scientists from Université Laval's Faculty of Medicine and experts from Thales Research and Technology (TRT) have been selected by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) to develop a computerized medical condition knowledge base and mission-planning support tool. This tool will provide guidance to the CSA on technology needs to improve astronauts' medical autonomy in preparation for future missions to Mars.