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Digital transformation in the railway industry
Here’s how Thales helped develop the Ci5 collaborative freight management platform at the Port of Marseille Fos for port solutions company MGI.
Risks are increasing for naval forces as traditional naval powers contest increasingly the open seas, unconventional forces take to the waters with dangerous new weapons, and technology can mask ship movements. Submarines need more sensitive ‘ears’ and ‘brains’ to cut through the clutter and protect both their missions and themselves. A must read, now.
Synergies in Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Big Data, and the Internet of Things are allowing surgeons to see new diamond-clear, dynamic radiology images. Here's how Thales' high-tech imaging is revolutionising medical care. Read more.
The Welsh Government is working with global technology company Thales to establish a £20m cyber centre which will sit at the heart of its Tech Valleys programme, Economy Minister Ken Skates has announced…
In service since 1999, the MTBA airbase transmission network is a key component of France's civil and military airspace security and surveillance capability, which is the responsibility of the French Air Force. In 2018, MTBA is undergoing a transformation and preparing to serve a new generation of users.
Up until recently,broadband communications could not be guaranteed always and everywhere!. Today, Thales VesseLINK provides 100% coverage, including in the Arctic and the polar region, assuring ships safe and reliable voice and broadband data communications. Here's what changed to make it possible.
It is fall 2018. As happens every year, the health authorities initiate a campaign for the flu jab. The flu vaccine also provides a means for health authorities to monitor, gather and cross-check their data. Several parallels can be drawn with the field of Cybersecurity if you replace health monitoring with Cyber Threat Intelligence and flu with IT threats: data breaches, denial of service, malware and other forms of malicious code...
From CCTV video analysis by AI, to tiny sensors throughout the track, discover the new tech for rail transportation.
Rail is going digital. Operators are improving efficiency and increasing performance of their networks. They are dramatically reducing infrastructure costs and passenger experience, all at the accelerated pace made possible by the application of digital technologies. But more tech means greater exposure to hacking. What to do?