PAL Aerospace and Thales have signed an agreement to jointly develop the next generation of mission system during the DSA 2022 defense show, Wednesday (Mar. 30). This next-generation system is believed to be able to effectively support the future of multi-mission maritime patrol solutions.
“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.
“Thales is proud to announce this enhanced cooperation step with our long-time trusted partner PAL Aerospace,” said Hervé Hamy, Vice President, intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance activities, Thales. “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,” he added
PAL Aerospace is a Canadian-owned and operated global aerospace and defense company, focusing on intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, in-service support solutions, aircraft engineering, and modification as well as crew resource management training.
Thales (Thales Group) is a French multinational defense and communication company. With the focus on the aerospace, defense, transportation, and security markets. Partially owned by the French government, Thales has more than 80,000 employees in 56 countries making it ranked among the biggest defense company in the world.
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