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A new digital platform for air travel accompanies passengers all along their journey and improves airline and airport management
Thales joins forces with Micro-X, one of Australia’s most innovative startups, to revolutionize airport checkpoint technologies
- Carbon nanotubes together with AI (Artificial Intelligence) allow new generation X-ray equipment, with disruptive imaging performance.
- Thanks to these breakthrough technologies, passengers will no longer queue up for security checks, and airports will free a lot of space for commercial use or increase in traffic.
- Thales and Micro-X partnership will accelerate the time-to-market of new equipment.
• Thales’s latest 4K displays include the highest security level solutions enabling streaming of premium UHD content from Hollywood Studios to passenger screens.
• Thales’s solution uses Variable Bit Rates (VBR) technology with bit rates up to 40+Mbps, providing video quality 10 times better than traditional IFE systems.
• Emirates’ passengers traveling on their future 777X fleet will be first to enjoy this immersive 4K viewing experience.
Thales and Gemalto combine strengths to develop systems for remote identification and tracking of Unmanned Air Systems (UAS) by regulatory authorities and law enforcement globally.
Air taxis are moving from fiction to fact, with Thales digital technologies aboard to make it happen safely.
The digital revolution affords us a glimpse of the true potential of IoT, Cybersecurity, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence, and the threats they could pose. Of these four digital technology pillars, none are more evocative as Artificial Intelligence. Humans tend to antropomorphise abstract concepts, to give them a voice and a face, and few have been more popularised in fiction as an existential threat, than the notion of machines rising against humans. This year, at the Paris Air Show, Thales pulls back the curtain to try and provide a glimpse of how AI should actually be viewed, not with distrust but with an understanding of how it should be, transparent, understandable and ethical. This year we unveil the Thales TrUE AI approach.
Pilots can now focus on their mission rather than on their avionics thanks to FlytX’s ease of use from IMA technology, AI and Big Data. Read on
Predictive maintenance is boosting safety, reliability and cost-effectiveness in Avionics and Air Traffic Management. Thales’ AI and Big Data expertise is up to the challenge.
Thales announces that Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, chose Thales’ Ka-band connectivity solution for their B787-9 and A321Neo-E (LR) aircraft. The airline is renowned for its traditional hospitality and its commitment to being an industry leader by developing products and services that reflect the evolving needs and aspirations of their passengers for a modern travel experience.
JetBlue celebrates the entry into service of its restyled A320 aircraft featuring Thales AVANT TV IFE
JetBlue Airways and Thales celebrate the entry into service of the airlines newly restyled A320 aircraft that will fly with Thales’s state-of-the-art AVANT inflight entertainment system (IFE).