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DCI expands electronic warfare training

Défense Conseil International (DCI), the operator of the Ministry of the Armed Forces for the international transfer of French military know-how, is expanding its electronic warfare offering by developing training to improve protection of helicopters and, more broadly, of slow...
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Two SAMP/T sections, two Crotale systems and a CMD3D were deployed during the Aurora inter-forces military exercise in Sweden.

As part of the Aurora military exercise organised by the Swedish army in September throughout the Swedish territory, the French Air Force deployed two SAMP/T sections, two Crotale weapon systems and a 3D Air Defence Management Centre (CMD3D). This strategic...
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Volvo Group discontinues the process to divest Governmental Sales

Volvo Group has decided to discontinue the process to divest the Governmental Sales business area. “Our Governmental Sales operation has a positive development and a strong order book. We have previously announced our intention to divest this business, but t...
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Thales selects Canada as new global hub to boost Artificial Intelligence expertise

Thales announced the creation of the Centre of Research and Technology in Artificial Intelligence eXpertise (cortAIx). Led by Thales, cortAIx, in collaboration with the MILA (Artificial Intelligence Institute of Quebec), the IVADO (Institute of Data Valorizati...
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Royal Navy relies on Thales’s communications support for Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers

As a leading provider of intelligence systems , smart connectivity and associated services to the UK MoD, Thales has secured a seven year contract to provide through-life support for communications systems of the Royal Navy’s fleet. The £100m contract provi...
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US Army opts to assess Thales’ induction rocket system 

US Army opts to assess Thales’ induction rocket system 

The U.S. Army’s Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center (AMRDEC) will assess Thales’s induction rocket system technology. Thales has been awarded a contract, for a 6-month period, under the terms of an FTAS (Foreign Technology Asse...
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SAIC Announces Teaming Agreement with ST Kinetics and CMI Defence

SAIC Announces Teaming Agreement with ST Kinetics and CMI Defence

Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) announced today that it will compete to rapidly develop combat vehicle prototypes to meet the U.S. Army’s need as part of the Mobile Protected Firepower (MPF) program. SAIC, together with ST Kinetics and ...
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Thales ranked No. 1 worldwide by Dow Jones Sustainability Index in the aerospace and defence sector

This year, for the first time, Thales has been ranked by the Dow Jones Sustainability Index as the company with the most advanced corporate responsibility policy in the aerospace and defence sector. The result is an endorsement of Thales’s ambitious...
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Researchers unveil the world’s first artificial nano-neuron with voice recognition capabilities

Researchers from the Joint Physics Unit CNRS/Thales, the Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies Centre (CNRS/Université Paris Sud), in collaboration with American and Japanese researchers, have developed the world’s first artificial nano-neuron with the ability ...
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Thales invests in two new UK-based trials and training centres for autonomous systems

Today Thales is announcing a major commitment to develop future autonomous and unmanned technology across air and sea by investing in two new UK-based trials and training centres. Following Thales’s successful trials during the Royal Navy’s Unmanned Warrio...
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