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  • Thales enables the big ambitions of Iridium Certus and global connectivity partners

    Thales adds resellers to connect people at any moment, anywhere with Iridium Certus.

  • Thales enables the big ambitions of Iridium CertusSM and global connectivity partners

    Marking the successful final launch to deploy the Iridium® NEXT constellation, which occurred Friday, January 11, 2019, Thales announces it has signed Marlink and Speedcast to expand its official network of resellers for ThalesLINK satellite communications (satcom) solutions. These solutions enable connectivity for people anytime, anywhere with Iridium CertusSM. This visible commitment to Iridium Certus was also recently recognized by Iridium who dedicated satellite SV-125 to Thales for its role as a value added manufacturer in aviation, land and maritime markets.

  • Welsh Government and Thales to work together on £20m cyber centre in Blaenau Gwent

    The Welsh Government is working with global technology company Thales to establish a £20m cyber centre which will sit at the heart of its Tech Valleys programme, Economy Minister Ken Skates has announced…

  • Last batch of Iridium NEXT satellites in orbit

    The world’s highest performance and most sophisticated telecom constellation now fully deployed

  • Launch of first European Artificial Intelligence platform coordinated by Thales

    The European Commission's AI4EU project (Artificial Intelligence for European Union) was officially launched today with a view to building the first European on-demand Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform and mobilising the entire European AI community. The project has a budget of 20 million euros. As project leader, Thales is coordinating platform roll-out and promoting collaboration within an active ecosystem extending far beyond the current membership of the project, which includes 79 organisations from 21 EU countries.

  • Latest announcement for Plymouth’s strengthening maritime autonomy ecosystem

    Thales UK has welcomed the announcement by MSubs about a significant technology investment around Plymouth that further enhances the city’s reputation for operating world class maritime autonomy operations

  • LTE: When the soldier’s battlefield phone can only be the best

    Veterans of the military are familiar with those clunky, old-fashioned push-to-talk radio sets. Communications are in for a revolutionary upgrade with LTE, Thales’s sleek new multimedia communication tool, based on 4G tech and complementary to military radio system, which allows soldiers to exchange live video, pictures, voice and text, and collect data, with ease and all with robust military security. Read more.

  • Protecting Blue Forces from attack during sandstorms with airborne surveillance radar

    A giant cloud of sand and dirt engulfs the city at speeds of 46 knots - enveloping it in darkness…

  • Supporting peacekeeping missions and delivering aid with I-Master

    Aid workers have reported that over 150,000 people are at risk of famine…

  • The future of air mobility relies on Thales

    Today, the world of personal mobility has taken a giant leap forward as Bell revealed the full-scale configuration of its vertical-takeoff-and-landing (VTOL) air taxi vehicle at CES 2019. As part of the Bell Nexus team Thales is helping redefine the flying experience. Now, an experience where the passenger defines the flying journey and the aircraft has the power to potentially meet you at your front door is one step closer to reality.