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IDEX 2013: Thales to showcase air mission system capabilities

Posted 13 February 2013 · Add Comment

Thales will be participating in IDEX 17-21 February 2013 in the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), UAE, showcasing its air mission system capabilities, advanced optronics and communications systems.

With 35 years of presence and partnership in the UAE - employing over 350 people in Dubai and Abu Dhabi - Thales has developed strong relationships with the countries in the region and has partnerships with several local companies.

In collaboration with its partners in the UAE, Thales will be displaying a number of products on the International Golden Group (IGG) stand and the Earth stand.

It will highlights Thales ability to deliver systems and communication technologies that permanently link land-based units of action with those of air and sea, including its wide range of interoperable systems and tactical radios providing information superiority to Land, Aerospace and Joint Command Forces. In the field of satellite communications, it will highlight its secure end to end solutions, for the Army, Air Force and Navy, based on civilian and military satellites.

Thales will also be exhibiting products from its comprehensive land optronics range, dedicated to assess critical situations and make timely decisions in the battlespace environment, to engage weapons accurately at long range on identified threats, to operate fixed and mobile surveillance of critical assets.
 
Thales is the only group in Europe able to offer the entire integrated capability from air defence radars and C2 through to effectors and their respective fire control systems. Its joint venture with Raytheon, ThalesRaytheonSystems (TRS), is the world leader in Air C4i, air defence and battlefield radars with more than 600 systems in service throughout the world.
 

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