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Eight Thales radars ordered by the Royal Netherlands Navy - News

July 17, 2020

NETHERLANDS. According to the Navy, a major reason for selecting the NS100, next to its unparalleled performance, is fleet-wise logistic advantages. 


AI-based platform to detect cyberattacks - News

January 24, 2020
FRANCE. Thales introduced Cybels Analytics, a cybersecurity platform relying on artificial intelligence (AI) and Big Data analytics technologies. The platform is designed to detect cyber attacks in real time or in differed time (hunting). It operates as a single platform that allows individual users to adapt the AI algorithms to the specific operational context of each sector.

Airborne intelligence program to utilize CUGE EW capability - News

January 17, 2020
FRANCE. The French Armament General Directorate (DGA) awarded Thales and Dassault Aviation a contract to equip the French Army's future strategic intelligence aircraft with the CUGE universal electronic warfare capability. The contract covers the first two aircraft on the program.

Advanced soldier weapon systems developed by Thales - News

October 31, 2019
AUSTRALIA. Thales announced that, in order to maintain a capability advantage for Australia?s Defence Forces, the company plans to integrate its soldier systems with digital technologies, advanced sensor and targeting equipment, and networked communications.

Missile-warning and protection system passes international live trials, companies say - News

October 12, 2018
ROME and PARIS. Leonardo and Thales revealed that their end-to-end missile-warning and protection system has been proven highly effective in recent live-fire scenarios, demonstrating the system?s ability to quickly defend against incoming missiles.

NATO countries to get battlespace intelligence system - News

July 18, 2018
BETHESDA, Md. and FULLERTON, Calif. Lockheed Martin and ThalesRaytheonSystems are teaming to provide the NATO Alliance with a territorial ballistic missile defense (BMD) command-and-control capability.

Thales tapped to upgrade Australia's Collin-class submarine sonar systems - News

June 19, 2018
LA DEFENSE, France. Australian government officials selected Thales to perform sonar system upgrades on all six Collins submarines. The contract with Thales is valued at $230 million, but is part of a $542 million Australian government-approved project to upgrade the Collins-class sensor capabilities.