Together we build smarter solutions at sea
From navies and coast guards to customs officials and search and rescue teams, maritime authorities are faced with highly demanding and ever-evolving requirements. More than ever, you must be able to conduct and support increasingly complex operations, sometimes far from your national base and over longer periods of time.
And as today’s landscape is increasingly global, ‘maritimisation’ has become even more challenging, with a growing number of threats and concerns:
Sea lanes and maritime choke-point control
More restrictions to free circulation
Regional instability and sea-control conflicts
Constrained access to natural maritime resources
Rising sea levels and new Arctic shipping routes
Sea-robbery and piracy
Illegal trafficking and immigration
Increase in cyber-attacks
Threats from ballistic missiles
Above water warfareThales has the capabilities to design, develop, produce, integrate and support fully-missionized systems and subsystems in the areas of C2 systems (Command & Control), and anti-air warfare systems.
Underwater warfareBuilding on 50 years of experience in undersea warfare, Thales is now a global leader in underwater systems and the world’s top exporter of sonars and related systems for naval forces
Maritime Safety and SecurityFor an effective monitoring of maritime safety & security activities, Thales offers its customers a comprehensive range of flexible and integrated solutions, through its perfect knowledge of the total value chain and its wide range of competencies.
ServicesThales operates at all levels of the support spectrum offering a complete range of services and support packages to suit specific operational and maintenance requirements.
C4ISRWith its C4ISR solutions, Thales offers the naval forces interoperability with land forces, air forces, allied and NATO.
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- Thales Australia's Australian Minesweeping System was developed with the assistance of the Australian Defence Science & Technology Organisation (DSTO) and the Royal Australian Navy.