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In the age of the Internet and the digital transformation of recent years, cybersecurity has become a familiar topic of conversation inside and outside the workplace. What people tend to forget is that cybersecurity and cyberthreats have been permanent features of the l
The future of mobility is marked by change. New technologies, increasing prosperity and growing populations demand and promote change. In Germany, the expansion of rail traffic, including both inner-city and nationwide rail traffic, plays a decisive role in the attainme
5G promises to take 4G LTE network performances to a whole new level not only in commercial applications but on the battlefield too. 5G solutions are truly suited to the needs of critical systems in the toughest of environments where human lives are at stake.
This article evaluates and explains potential cyberattack scenarios against ships ( including submarine) and proposes a list of major risks. In the following it focuses on the need for constant monitoring of the ship’s infrastructure. Moreover, the human factor is cover
AI and digital technologies from Thales are making rail transport the sustainable choice.
Thales launched the digital marketplace IVEN which opens a new era in efficient, rapid and reliable spare parts procurement for the aerospace and defence industries in order to meet their specific needs.
In an opinion piece published on the LinkedIn social network, Patrice Caine outlines how 5G's ultra-high-speeds, extremely low latency and high connection densities will provide the necessary infrastructure to support large-scale development of artificial intelligence a
Thales is combining digital signal processing and AI algorithms to break through congested radiofrequencies for a true revolution in Electronic Warfare, keeping ships and their crews safe with enhanced situational awareness and tactical advantage. Read on.
Thales is creating a centre of engineering expertise in India, planning to hire over 2,000 talents over the next 3 to 5 years. The plan is to support innovation and develop engineering, to design and develop the most advanced technologies in both civil and defence. Read
Connecting forces and equipment gives the collaborative edge over fast-changing risks of hybrid warfare.