Showing posts with label Thales. Show all posts
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30 March, 2022

PAL Aerospace and Thales Sign Strategic Agreement to Co-Develop Next-Generation Mission System at DSA 2022

PAL Aerospace and Thales, on the occasion of the Defence Services Asia Exhibition & Conference, have signed a strategic agreement to co-develop the next generation of mission systems. As the result of this agreement, the next generation of mission system software will be backed by the decades of special mission excellence required to support the future of multi-mission maritime patrol solutions.

PAL Aerospace is a Canadian-owned and operated global aerospace and defence company. With a focus on intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, in-service support solutions, aircraft engineering and modification and crew resource management training. PAL Aerospace is internationally recognized by governments, militaries, and industry for on-time and on-budget delivery and high-reliability rates. 


"After many years of successful collaboration with Thales, our team is thrilled to enter this strategic agreement. Together, we are ready to co-develop the next generation of mission system that will innovate how multi-mission MPA's save lives, defend territorial waters, and build maritime domain awareness," said Keith Stoodley, Chief Executive Officer at PAL Aerospace LLC. "For over 35 years, PAL Aerospace has stayed at the forefront of innovation for designing, modifying, integrating, and operating MPAs in an incredibly diverse array of environments from Canada's north to the desert coastlines of Gulf Cooperation Council countries. I am thrilled to carry the momentum of those operations into this co-development with Thales."



The agreement between PAL Aerospace and Thales leverages decades of diverse special mission solutions to co-develop mission-ready capabilities. Targeted capabilities include machine learning, computer vision, optionally/remotely piloted aircraft systems support, underwater warfare defence and integration of space-based data into a complete mission lifecycle for dissemination in a common operating picture. The development of these capabilities will be based cooperatively at PAL Aerospace and Thales facilities, supporting industry, economic growth, and high-skilled jobs in Canada, UAE, and France.

Hervรฉ Hamy, Vice President, intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance activities, Thales said, "Thales is proud to announce this enhanced cooperation step with our long-time trusted partner PAL Aerospace. We will develop together the next generation of mission system to propose a cost-effective product based on our mutual field-proven experience in airborne maritime surveillance & patrol solutions. PAL Aerospace and Thales customers will rely on their respective operational and technical expertise and will increase their mission efficiency, thanks to continuous innovation."









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26 February, 2020

SUTD and Thales collaborate to accelerate the development of smart aviation technologies

SUTD and Thales collaborate to accelerate the development of smart aviation technologies

The Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and Thales have inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), paving the way for deeper collaboration on R&D, and the development of innovative solutions for mission-critical systems design.



 "Thales, with its strong commitment to research and technology, is a valued industry partner for SUTD."
Both organisations signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on digital technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), using industry-led use cases and data-driven insights to drive innovation.
The partnership will involve design innovation workshops and research projects on the following topics: drones and unmanned air mobility (UAM), robotics and swarming technologies, cybersecurity and materials science.
The collaboration between SUTD and Thales builds on the existing strategic partnerships between Thales and local academia, reinforcing Thales’ commitment in supporting Singapore’s Smart Nation ambitions.

21 February, 2020

Airbus and Thales join forces to develop the Air Combat Cloud for Future Combat Air System

As part of last week’s awarding of the Phase 1A Demonstrators contract for the Future Combat Air System (FCAS), Airbus and Thales have signed an agreement for the development of the Air Combat Cloud which will enable the FCAS system of systems.

Under this agreement, Airbus and Thales will work jointly on the structural design of the Air Combat Cloud to support collaborative air operations at national and multinational levels and will perform a first phase of technology demonstrations of air combat cloud capabilities. This agreement supports the Air Combat Cloud pillar of the Demonstrator Phase 1A covering the next 18 month period and will serve as a starting point for demonstrators and technology development.

14 February, 2019

Thales to Highlight Commitment to ‘Make in India’ and Defence Modernisation at Aero India 2019

•Thales will demonstrate its ‘Make in India’ plans and endeavours to support the modernization plans of the Indian armed forces at its stand AB2.21
•At Aero India 2019, Thales will provide a digital experience of its cutting-edge technologies that are crucial for safeguarding the nation
•Thales will also be present at the Aero Skills Pavillion at Hall F and share various job opportunities it is creating through its footprint in the country


Thales is all set to participate in the upcoming 12th edition of Aero India - India’s premier Aerospace and Aviation exhibition - from 20-24 February 2019 in Bengaluru. With a focus on “Make in India”, Thales will reaffirm its commitment towards the development and modernisation of the Indian Armed Forces.

Through a series of demonstrations, Thales will showcase cutting-edge capabilities across civil and defence aerospace at its booth AB2.21.

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