Have you ever imagined what your day-to-day life will look like in 10 or 20 years?
Thales is already working on it, developing solutions that incorporate artificial intelligence and other technological breakthroughs based on the application of quantum sensors to the fields of transportation, aeronautics, space, defence and security.
Since, at Thales, your future is what we work on every day, we'll be showcasing the key innovations developed in our laboratories alongside around 20 start-ups, as part of a unique and exclusive event that will be taking place from 27-29 November: the Thales InnovDays.
We will be presenting some 70 technological innovations on which our 29,500 R&D engineers are working, including some which will be unveiled for the very first time.
This event will allow us to present our approach to artificial intelligence, known as Thales TrUE AI: Artificial Intelligence that is Transparent, Understandable and Ethical. AI is a bona fide keystone of the current digital disruption, which enables the potential of major technologies such as connectivity, big data and cybersecurity to be fully harnessed.
The InnovDays are not just an opportunity to demonstrate our technological skills; they are also a forum for reflection, with a series of high-quality conferences by outstanding keynote speakers, including Albert Fert, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics.