<p>Protecting the planet is everybody's business. Thales is fully engaged in the movement, working alongside all the other stakeholders in the air transport sector to limit the industry's environmental footprint.</p> ...
Disaster relief is no longer limited to food, water, medication and evacuation. In the wake of large scale incidents, technology is proving to be a vital ally, as expert and author Patrick Meier explains in his latest book.
Operators of public transport systems across the world are always on the lookout for ways to improve passenger experience while keeping costs under control and maintaining efficiency.
European airspace will be better defended than ever before thanks to sophisticated command and control software, which will bolster the military airpower of NATO countries at a time of increasing international tension.
The global population will be almost 10 billion by 2050. Most of us will live in urban areas, so how are we using big data now to create the smart cities of tomorrow?
The Japanese have a deserved reputation for being tech innovators. Here are some examples of where it is led the world - and where it has not got it quite right.
<p>Winning oil and gas is a tough business and security is a growing challenge, both for physical assets and in the digital landscape. How will innovative technology be part of the answer?</p>
<p>Pacemakers, handguns, fighter jet parts, windpipes, inflatable flowers, shoe insoles, dolls based on photos – these are just a few of the things currently being printed around the world with innovative technology that could change our world.</p> ...
The Gotthard tunnel is due to open in 2016 and will be the longest rail tunnel in the world. Thales technology will keep trains rolling from end to end.