Naval operations: Thales revolutionises the field

In the last two decades, states have become increasingly reliant on shipping for international trade. This process is rich in economic promise, but poses equally serious threats and challenges that naval actors are having to face. In the Mediterranean Sea, the Indian Ocean, and the seas around China and Japan, a race for naval weaponry is under way between emerging powers. This not only raises the prospect of tensions between the states concerned. It is also likely, in the medium term, to hinder the actions of western navies.

The AUSS: the platform of the future

Thales teams decided to adopt a systems approach

The AUSS, unlike current naval drones, does not need to maintain a certain speed in the water to keep moving

Immeasurable operational potential

Given its range, manoeuvrability and discretion, it is the ideal tool for conducting ISR missions in hostile waters

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We’re investing in digital and “deep tech” innovations to build a future we can all trust, vital to our societies’ development. thalesgroup.com