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  • Will Artificial Intelligence Tell Us What’s on Its Mind?

    Artificial Intelligence provides critical information to decision-makers when lives are at stake. But how do we make sure that it doesn't become smarter than we are?

  • Thales to develop new connected sensors for Rafale F4 standard

    Thales, as a member of the Rafale joint venture (Groupement d’Intérêt Economique), has been awarded a contract by the French defence procurement agency (DGA) to contribute to the development of the Rafale F4 standard, enabling the Rafale combat aircraft to maintain its superiority against new threats.

  • Thales demonstrates the critical role of Artificial Intelligence in decisive moments

    Thales invests 20% of its annual revenues in R&D. After the first Thales Media Day dedicated to cybersecurity, which is an essential component of digital transformation, Thales is now demonstrating specific examples of the impact of Artificial Intelligence in decisive moments. The event is being held in Montreal, Canada and simultaneously in France, the UK, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands and the Middle East.

  • Oman's inspiring new airport infrastructure

    Arriving in Muscat's sparkling new airport terminal is a bit like entering a royal palace. With its modern steel and glass structures and towering atrium, the signature building blends Omani heritage with 21st century designs trends, creating a balance that both inspires and reassures.

  • Mexican Navy relies on Thales for the launch of its new Ocean Patrol Vessel

    At the end of 2018, the first ship from the Mexican Navy’s new POLA (Patrullera Oceanica de Largo Alcance) class, ARM Reformador, was launched at the ASTIMAR-20 shipyard in Salina Cruz, Mexico. Thales joins with the Mexican Navy in celebrating this key milestone and is proud to support the Mexican Navy in its ambition to safeguard Mexican territorial waters.

  • 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.