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  • Climate Change & Satellites

    Satellites are one of the most vital components in better understanding our planet. And it’s no accident that the latest edition of the book Climate Change & Satellites, published by Sud[s] Concepts for Thales Alenia Space, is entitled “Acting Together”.

  • Putting trust into digital transformation

    We already have the technology to move into the new Age of Digital Transformation. So what’s holding us back?

  • Mastering the battlefield

    Thales’s Bushmaster vehicle has been saving lives in the most dangerous conflict regions for years. Now, the new UK MR6 version is set to continue mastering the battlefield with this truly remarkable record of survivability.

  • REVOLVE(ing) around Toulouse!

    We already told you about the REVOLVE project and its “REVOLVERS” back in May. Well, they’re back and rarin’ to go! The doctoral students handling this project, known as REVOLVE(RS), will be hanging out in the Place du Capitole in Toulouse, from July 7 to 13, for the event “Toulouse, European Capital of Science”

  • Thales in the UK celebrates its 130th anniversary

    On 30 June, Thales in the UK celebrated its 130th birthday, one of the longest and most illustrious “innings” in the history of British engineering companies.

  • SPIDER inaugurated in Italy

    5-4-3-2-1... plasma! Following our successful delivery of SPIDER to Italy last year, the groundbreaking system was officially inaugurated in Padua. The ceremony took place in front of European and local officials, international partners, the press and our teams from Thales MIS. After 10 years of close collaboration with a host of international contributors, the world's most powerful negative ion source, SPIDER was launched on Monday 11 June at the Consorzio RFX facility in Padua, Italy.

  • "You say Goodbye & I say #HelloSpace”

    All you have to know about #HelloSpace event that was initiated by Thales Alenia Space's Innovation Cluster.

  • Keeping London safe, secure and on the move

    “…when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford,” said writer and anthropologist Samuel Johnson in 1777. Imagine what would he say today!

  • A salute to the Sea King

    As the last Sea King helicopters approach retirement a new chapter in airborne surveillance is opening.

  • Absolutely FabLabulous!

    FabLabs are busting out all over at Thales Alenia Space, in Toulouse and Rome, to be followed shortly by Cannes.