Thales is a leading multi-domestic electronics and systems group, addressing Defence and Security, Aerospace and Ground Transport markets worldwide. State-of-the-art technologies combined to the expertise of 80,000 employees in 65 countries make Thales a key player in assuring security of people, assets, infrastructures, cities and nations.
Present for over 30 years in China and strong of its 800 people working across the country, Thales has become a trusted partner to local customers in the aerospace, space and urban transportation domains.
Committed to the long-term in Hong Kong, Thales enjoys a presence since 1997 and 395 staff, including 330 in transportation systems and 65 in information technology security. A large proportion of them are specialized engineers, which reflects the high level of competences required to deliver against complex multidisciplinary projects. This concentration of capability, products, and services means effective solutions can be delivered to our customers in Hong Kong, Mainland China and throughout the region.
Thales Hong Kong local capabilities encompass solutions and services in the transport and security domains.
Mobility systems are designed to make transport more agile, optimise network capacity and efficiency, and facilitate travel while improving people and traffic flows, saving energy and curbing greenhouse gas emissions. Our portfolio covers such solutions as communication-based train control and signalling systems, integrated communications and supervision systems and revenue collection systems.
Security solutions cover such areas as citizen protection, anti-terrorism, protection of critical infrastructure and information technology security (ITS). Specifically, our ITS offer encompass network encryption, data storage security for data, transaction security, PIK/Password/PIN/Data encryption, security system management and identity management.
Based on this comprehensive portfolio, we are now developing smart city platforms, which enable closer integration of these solutions and other systems to coordinate day-to-day operations, plan and manage major events and provide high-level oversight in crisis situations.”