Thales and Euclideon visualise on a deeper level

Thales was first introduced to Euclideon in 2018 at an SME Industry Engagement Seminar hosted with the Australian Industry Defence Network (AIDN). Thales were immediately impressed by not only Euclideon’s stunning 3D graphics but how, in the background, they were manipulating terrabytes of data to provide real time moving images. 

Thales’s Underwater Systems business has since utilised Euclideon for the display of disparate, high resolution SONAR data from differing platforms. With the continual advent of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) into modern Navies, there is a requirement to move away from traditional waterfall displays to allow SONAR operators to rapidly visualise and interpret increasingly large data sets in a decreasing amount of time. 

Euclideon allows the SONAR operator to ‘swim through’ the data, visualising artefacts from multi-aspects which not only allows for increased efficiency, but also increased efficacy in the processing of SONAR data.  

Fast forward to 2020 and there are a number of Thales businesses in Europe that are considering how to integrate Euclideon’s technology into Thales products. Euclideon and Thales look set to productively benefit from their close relationship, as they continue to embrace future technology together. 

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