The MICC partecipated to the 2011 Technoday in Paris (France) presenting a demo about multi-target tracking with a PTZ camera developed in the joint lab with Thales Italy. The demo has been awarded as VIP (Very ImPortant).
The ninth TechnoDay event has provided an opportunity to view more than 90 demonstrations showcasing innovative and proactive capabilities in optronics, telecommunicationsand information systems for defence and security applications.
Innovation – which lies at the heart of Thales’s strategy – is placed squarely within the defence-security continuum for the very first time at TechnoDay 2011. The demonstrations clearly have illustrated potential synergies, despite the initiative only being in its infancy.
Having moved the event to a new, larger location, the Cité de l’Eau, has given the opportunity to highlight an even greater range of innovations, grouped around four key topics:
- Resilient networks and information systems
- Radio communications
- Protection & detection
- Battlegroup C4I
This ninth TechnoDay event has also provided an insight into how the focus has been mantained on innovation in new technologies in a more difficult business environment.
TechnoDay offered a unique, not-to-be-missed opportunity to discover latest technological advances and meet technical teams.