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Sonar upgrades to Australian submarines to be provided by Thales - News

November 28, 2016
PARIS, France. Thales engineers will be upgrading Australia?s Collins class submarine sonar systems a design and pre-production contract.

U.S. Air Force orders three deployable landing systems from Thales - News

November 11, 2016
LA DEFENSE,France. U.S. Air Force officials ordered three Deployable ? Instrument Landing Systems (D-ILS) from Thales. The order is part of a contract announced in August 2015.

Company officials restructure ThalesRaytheonSystems joint venture - News

July 01, 2016
WALTHAM, Mass. Thales and Raytheon officials restructured their joint venture company, ThalesRaytheonSystems, to focus only on NATO agencies and NATO member nations for delivery of the Command and Control System, Theatre Missile Defense, and Ballistic Missile Defense (ACCS).

Thales closes acquisition of cloud security company, Vormetric - News

March 21, 2016
PARIS. Thales Group officials announced that the company's acquisition of Vormetric for ?375 million has closed following the approval of regulatory authorities. The acquisition, which enables Thales to add capability in data protection and cybersecurity, will place the Vormetric operation Thales?s cybersecurity business.

Thales acquisition of Vormetric to close early 2016 - News

October 21, 2015
PARIS. To grow its cybersecurity solutions, Thales has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Vormetric for $400 million. The acquisition is expected to close during the first quarter of 2016 after the transaction undergoes customary closing conditions.

Secure soldier radio communications introduced at DSEI 2015 - News

September 18, 2015
LONDON. At DSEI 2015, Thales officials announced SquadNet soldier radio, which offers simultaneous voice, data, and video transmission. It combines a networking waveform with built-in GPS, Bluetooth, and programmable encryption.

Air Force chooses COTS-based ILS from Thales - News

August 17, 2015
ARLINGTON, Virginia. U.S. Air Force officials selected Thales provide Deployable Instrument Landing Systems (D-ILS) that will be used in airfield environments where the capability to enable precision guidance to aircraft on final approach during low visibility or low-ceiling weather conditions – while also being able to quickly set-up, activate, break-down, and re-locate – are essential.