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- Since legal incorporation in 2013 followed by the acquisition of the SEA space business in 2014, Thales Alenia Space in the UK is continuously growing in the Thales Alenia Space value chain.
- After being commissioned in August 2016, MEOLUT Next started operation on December 13 of that year, as the world’s first spaceborne Search & Rescue system of this type.
- GRICAS is a study initiated by the European GNSS Agency (GSA), within the scope of the Space section of the Horizon 2020 research & innovation program.
- Leading up to his address at the Women's Forum Global Meeting in Paris on Friday 6 October, Patrice Caine, the Thales Group Chairman & CEO, published an opinion piece on Artificial Intelligence (AI) on the LinkedIn social network.
- "We can not be too pessimistic on the rate of adoption and appearance of this technology. We must seize the opportunities now and be a part of the development of solutions." Mark Palmer
- Project Arduino is well underway now with workshops being prepared in ten countries worldwide!
- The KOREASAT-5A communications satellite, built by Thales Alenia Space for South Korean operator KTSAT, arrived on October 5th 2017 at the Cape Canaveral space center in Florida.
- Engineers find solutions to problems for almost every element of modern life which impacts the way we work and live.
- The first of five new frigates for the French Navy's FTI* programme will be delivered in 2023. With an extremely sophisticated communication system designed by Thales for a new generation of users, these medium-sized frigates are destined for the big league of naval operations around the world.
- Thales UK has welcomed the news of the MOD’s new £1billion support model for the Royal Navy which will bring one approach to keeping the Fleet ready for operations.
Sabrina Andiappane, an engineer at Thales Alenia Space, named “Most Promising Newcomer” in the Women in Industry awardsGreat news: Sabrina Andiappane, an engineer at Thales Alenia Space’s Cannes plant, was named “Most Promising Newcomer” in the Women in Industry awards organized by French business and industry magazine L’Usine Nouvelle.
- The world-class state-of-the-art facility will drive digital technology growth and expansion for the company
- In its first decade of service, COSMO-SkyMed has captured over one million radar scenes worldwide, by monitoring for example UNESCO World Heritage Sites and generating data that is vital to understanding the underlying phenomena that affect our planet.