Understanding passenger behaviours, assessing why transport works well and what happens when a journey goes wrong. This detailed analysis is at the heart of Thales’s digital services work, supporting urban and mainline rail to run as efficiently as possible…
Ships in dangerous waters can now sail in safety, thanks to advanced long-range surveillance radar that can track 800 objects simultaneously at a range of up to 500 kilometers in the air and 80 kilometers on the surface.
Using immersive simulation and fast prototyping, the Thales co-innovation environment for combat aircraft enables to test new concepts and to explore the possibilities of the following embedded systems: optronic systems, radars, electronic warfare systems and heads-up displays.
As Thales continues its 40-year history of protecting civilians and soldiers with advanced airborne optronics systems, Emmanuel Vialle, operational advisor and airborne optronics product line manager at Thales, reviews some of the military and industry’s important challenges and how Thales handles them, especially thanks to TALIOS, its latest generation multi-function pod.
Empathy: it is an essential tool for Business Development Manager Rhianne Evans, helping her to understand customer challenges and find the best possible solutions.
When hurricane Irma wiped out the air traffic management system on the Caribbean island of St Maarten, this smart solution saved the day.
New Horizons, an interplanetary space probe part of NASA’s New Frontiers program, was launched back in 2006 with its primary mission to push the scientific discoveries of Pluto and the Kuiper Belt. Images taken by the spacecraft on 16th August 2018 mark the first detection of its New Year’s Day flyby target, 2014 MU69.
Sarah Tack is one of the many talented women working at Thales, inspiring young engineers and professionals across London and the UK.
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) was awarded an Emmy Award in 2018 for Outstanding Original Interactive Program for its coverage of the Cassini mission's Grand Finale at Saturn.
September 18th 2018 - Five years ago, the first Cygnus spacecraft was successfully launched at 14:58:02.2 (GMT) by an Antares 110 rocket.