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  • Technology in the skies of tomorrow

    The airspace of the future may look very different from what it is today. Imagine drones delivering your parcels, single pilot airplanes for long-distance commercial flights or a personalised flight experience before you even leave your home.

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    9m 2018 Order intake and sales

    Thales (Euronext Paris: HO) announced its order intake and sales for the period ending 30 September 2018.

  • European Space Agency confirms trust in Thales Alenia Space for operational phase of Galileo Ground Mission and the Galileo Security Facility

    Noordwijk, October 18, 2018 - Thales Alenia Space, a joint venture between Thales (67%) and Leonardo (33%), today announced the signature of a contract with the European Space Agency (ESA), acting on behalf of the European Commission (EC) and the European GNSS Agency (GSA),for the development and deployment of the next version of the ground-based Galileo Mission Segment (GMS) and the Galileo Security Facility (GSF), together known as WP2X.

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    Thales Trainee Programme in Austria

    Show us your talent and become a trainee

  • La France au CERN 2018, the chance to strengthen our partnership!

    The 9th and 10th October marked the 15th "La France au CERN", an international event held every two years at CERN in Geneva. The event looks to bring together members of the scientific community and key actors in the domain of particle acceleration from around the world.

  • What is electronic warfare and why does it matter?

    Thales’s EW solutions enable clients to detect the enemy, optimise tactical situational analysis and gather critical intelligence so that they can gain the strategic advantage in offensive or defensive operations…

  • Thales Alenia Space validates solar array technology for Stratobus TM autonomous stratospheric airship

    Based on innovative, ultralight, flexible, high-efficiency photovoltaic modules

  • United States to acquire Thales’ advanced ground segment technology to respond to distress signals

    Cannes, October 15, 2018 - The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in United States, has chosen Thales to develop and build an operational ground station in the southwest part of the country, at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico, to track Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) satellites* operating in medium Earth orbit (MEO). The ground station will receive and process 406 MHz distress beacon signals from the MEO satellites being tracked, and relay them to the US SARSAT (Search and Rescue Satellite Aided Tracking) program’s Mission Control Center (USMCC), via US government communication links, for validation and distribution to rescue authorities. This ground station will be designated the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Southwest USA Medium-Earth Orbit Local User Terminal (SUSA MEOLUT), and will be an integral part of the MEO-based ground system operated by the USMCC.

  • It’s Raining Maritime Intelligence from Thales’s new information services in the cloud

    Thales have created a cloud-based source of military intelligence for the oceans. Developed partly in hackathons by the Ecole 42, the Cloud of the Sea platform is continuously refined by users, using a “practice not theory” approach, with clients stating their needs and programmers finding solutions. Here’s more.

  • Altesse-H: the electronic warfare system that helps warships rule the waves

    A country is at war and a frigate is patrolling its coastal waters.