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Anti-Air Warfare, Surface Warfare, Underwater Warfare and Maritime Warfare Systems

Thales is a global technology leader for the aerospace, space, defence, security and transportation markets.

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Thales is a global technology leader for the aerospace, space, defence, security and transportation markets.

As a key partner of navies worldwide, Thales offers cutting-edge technology: from the world’s largest sensor and fire control portfolio to leading C4ISR solutions, from prime contracting to lead system integration, from warship modernisation programmes to innovative operational life cycle support and services for the broadest range of ship classes.

Anti-air warfare, surface warfare, underwater warfare and maritime warfare systems

Trusted and deployed by over 50 navies, Thales supports all its customers’ missions related to anti-air warfare, surface warfare, underwater warfare (including submarine and mine warfare)and maritime safety and security.

Warship design, construction and commissioning

As a prime contractor, Thales delivers complete warship capability from initial concept studies through to in-service delivery. Its activities include warship design, project management, construction, integration, testing and commissioning.

As a founding member of the Aircraft Carrier Alliance (ACA), Thales UK has responsibility for leading the power and propulsion element of the Royal Navy’s Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier programme and is also responsible for leading the platform design and aviation teams and participating in the mission systems team.
As a prime contractor, Thales delivers complete warship capability from initial concept studies through to in-service delivery.
The undisputed leader of naval combat management systems, Thales supplies a comprehensive range of C4I solutions.
Thales Combat Management System (CMS) Tacticos.
Thales supplies over 50 navies worldwide.

Combat systems integration

As a combat systems integrator, Thales has the capabilities to design, develop, produce, integrate and support fully-missionized systems and subsystems in the areas of C2 systems (command and control), and anti-air warfare systems for both US and European standard missiles.

As an equipment and systems provider the group also delivers and integrates state-of-the-art radars, sonars, optronics and electronic warfare, all incorporating cutting-edge hardware and software.

Through-life naval support services

Undertaking to guarantee the performance and operational availability of the systems for an optimised budget, Thales also proposes through-life naval support and services, on a modular basis according to the customer’s needs. Building on a strong industrial base in Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific, Thales has established naval centres of excellence worldwide and is committed to providing secure, mission-critical solutions to its defence and civil customers across the world.

In 2008, the group generated revenues of 12.7 billion euros – 2 billion of which was from the naval market – with 68,000 employees in 50 countries. With its 25,000 engineers and researchers, Thales has a unique capability to design, develop and deploy equipment, systems and services that meet the most complex security requirements

Tamandare-Class Frigates, Brazil

Tamandare-class frigates are being built by Aguas Azuis, a consortium formed by Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems, Embraer Defense & Security and Atech, for the Brazilian Navy.

Standard Missile-6

The Standard Missile-6 (SM-6), also known as RIM-174, is a ship-launched anti-air and anti-surface interceptor missile developed by Raytheon Company.

Type 31 Inspiration-Class Frigate

The Inspiration-class Type 31 frigates are planned to be constructed by Babcock International Group at its dockyard in Rosyth, Scotland.

MKS 180 Multi-Purpose Combat Ship

MKS 180, also known as F126 frigate, is a new multi-purpose combat ship being developed for the German Navy to replace its Brandenburg class frigates.

F110-Class Multimission Frigates

The F110-class multi-mission frigates are being developed by Navantia for the Spanish Navy. Also referred to as Bonifaz class, the vessels will be built at Navantia’s Ferrol shipyard in Spain.

HNLMS Den Helder Combat Support Ship

HNLMS Den Helder is a new combat support ship (CSS) being developed by Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding (DSNS) to support multiple naval missions of the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN).

POLA-Class Long-Range Ocean Patrol Vessels

The POLA (Patrulla Oceánica de Largo Alcance)-Class long-range ocean patrol vessels are being developed jointly by Damen Shipyards Group and Mexican state-run shipyard ASTIMAR, for the Mexican Navy.

KM Bagan Datuk Class Patrol Craft

The KM Bagan Datuk-class is a fleet of new generation patrol craft that Destini Shipbuilding & Engineering is building for the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency.

Al-Ofouq Class Patrol Vessels

The Al-Ofouq class patrol vessels were procured by the Royal Navy of Oman from Singapore Technologies Marine (ST Marine) to replace the Seeb class patrol vessels.

Thales UK

2 Dashwood Lang Road
KT15 2NX
United Kingdom

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