Thales Canada Inc.

Cara Salci
National Director, Public Affairs & Communications, Thales Canada
Tel: (613) 723-7000 ext. 4237015



105 Moatfield Drive
Toronto, ON, M3B 0A4

Visit Website:
http://www.thalesgroup.com/canada

THALES CANADA

Thales Canada employs 1,800 highly-skilled employees in Quebec City, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver and Halifax working in Defence & Security, Avionics andTransportation and Research and Development. A leading Canadian investor in R&D, Thales Canada has annual revenues of $500 million, with customers in urban rail, civil aviation, defence and security.

AVIONICS

Located in Montreal, Thales Avionics business brings over 35 years of experience in the innovation, development, integration and certification of critical systems to meet the highest security and reliability standards to ensure flight safety. This experience provides Thales with unmatched avionics expertise as demonstrated by our successful developments on some of the most innovative aircraft programs in the world.

Our customers include major regional and business aircraft manufacturers including Gulfstream, Bombardier, Cessna and Embraer to whom we offer the entire range of Thales Group avionics systems.

FLY-BY-WIRE SOLUTIONS

Fly-by-Wire flight control technology offers substantial benefits in terms of flight safety, aircraft reliability and weight savings compared to legacy systems. It allows for greater flexibility in cockpit design and provides much improved handling qualities, making it a keynote feature of every new aircraft design, whether fixed or rotary wing.

Using unique and dedicated tools, Thales’ development teams provide proven methods that enable clients to reduce their overall risks and enhance their rapid prototyping capabilities. Thales’ Fly-By-Wire solutions equip a wide range of aircrafts designed and manufactured all over the world; they are featured on the Gulfstream G500, G600 and G650, the Bombardier CRJ700 and its CRJ900 and CRJ1000 derivatives, as well as the Global 5000 & Global 6000, the Airbus A320 and the TEXTRON Cessna Citation Longitude and Hemisphere.