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Land optronics: Technological disruptions give the tactical advantage In recent decades, the battlefield has met deep technological evolutions, particularly in optronic devices, which have faced important disruptions. In fact, we find more and more traditional land...
A new white paper from Thales compares and contrasts the different image intensifier tube technologies used in high-performance night vision goggles (NVGs). Tubes with a glass output window emerge favourably from the comparison. Despite their greater optical...
As a key asset of the soldier suite and the first binocular device among the new Thales Night Vision Goggles (NVG) family, NELLIE goes beyond the standards of ergonomics and performances.
An agile repair and maintenance organisation is key to operational readiness and a force’s ability to accomplish its missions without being endangered by equipment failures.
Thales engineers have been working intensively with operational personnel to optimise the ergonomics and usability of Nellie
Since 2019, the French Army has taken delivery of more than 2,000 of Thales’s new O-NYX night vision goggles,
In order to meet the needs of the Malaysian army, Thales and the industrialists Denel, Deftech and Defense Services Sdn bhd have set up a maintenance center in Nilaï.
Modern fighting forces are protected by astonishingly sophisticated technology. But, sometimes, there’s a heavy price to pay.
SOPHIE-XF/VGA provides outstanding image quality at long range. It gives the ability to gather and transmit precious data while keeping themselves and others safe.