Thales Launches Digipack for Connecting Vehicles on the Battlefield

16.06.2016 Products
Thales Launches Digipack for Connecting Vehicles on the Battlefield

Thales Launches Digipack for Connecting Vehicles on the Battlefield

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At Eurosatory 2016, Thales announced the commercial launch of Digipack, a turnkey digitization solution for protected vehicles, designed to provide combat forces with the information superiority they need.

Network-centric operations hinge on the ability to share the right information with the right people at the right time. Digipack meets the requirements of these new forms of engagement to support land forces in their digital transformation.

Digipack is a turnkey solution supplied as a ready-to-deploy digitization kit including a Battlefileld Management System (BMS), tactical radio and internal communication for crews. Digipack is designed as a cost-effective solution for land forces or Special Forces and is compatible with all platform types.

With an intuitive design inspired by smartphone apps to offer rapid access to information, Digipack is easy to use by operational personnel without lengthy training and is ideal for on-the-move combat operations.

Digipack draws on Thales’ proven expertise and experience in major vehicle digitization programs in France and around the world.

Digipack kits are available now for customers seeking to accelerate the digitization of their armed forces through new-build as well as vehicle retrofit programs.

Thales is a global technology leader for the Aerospace, Transport, Defense and Security markets. With 62,000 employees in 56 countries, Thales reported sales of €14 billion in 2015.

With over 22,000 engineers and researchers, Thales has a unique capability to design and deploy equipment, systems and services to meet the most complex security requirements. Its unique international footprint allows it to work closely with its customers all over the world.

Thales has solid credentials in the field of network-centric capabilities for armored vehicles, with the SCORPION program in France, where the company is responsible for developing and manufacturing the common vetronics, as well as the Foxhound program in the United Kingdom, PRV in Luxembourg and AV8 in Malaysia.


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