Thales to supply Vodafone Group with Eco-SIM; a product whose card body is made out of 100% recycled plastic from refrigerator interiors. Vodafone initially plans to deploy Eco-SIM in ten countries in Europe and Africa.
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The pressure to act on environmental and social issues is mounting every day, and public opinion is more sensitive to these issues than ever before. However, Thales didn't wait for the latest wave of public sentiment to weigh up its responsibilities. For Patrice Caine,
Fresh off the holidays and with the covid pandemic somewhat more under control than in the months prior to summer, cities are once again taking the pulse of daily activity. Cars, traffic jams, smoke, honking ... being unhealthy for both the city itself and for those who
Thales has often said that it is present from the bottom of the ocean to the depths of space. Despite appearances, those two environments are much closer to each other than we might think, as a recent robotics experiment carried out on wind farms in the UK has shown.
Thales presents GreenSpeed, a train driver assistance system aimed at fostering decarbonisation of transport
Achieving net zero emissions is the holy grail of the transport sector and rail transport is one of the great hopes in this process. This is so because it is the only means of transport that has significantly reduced its emissions since 1990 and because it continues to
After a forced absence of almost two years, the global COP26 conference is just around the corner, and will be taking place from 9-19 November in Glasgow. It’s a good opportunity to take stock of some of the measures that are in place at Thales to address environm
Thales lauches the first "Eco-Sim Card" made from 100% post-consumer plastic, in partnership with veolia
Although each one of them weighs a mere 4 grams, the 4.5 billion SIM cards manufactured each year nonetheless add up to some 20,000 tons of plastic – the equivalent of two Eiffel Towers. To meet the growing awareness of the ecological impact, Thales and Veolia have deve
Thales is committed to sustainable and digital mobility as a driver of Spain’s economic recovery through European funding
It is heading four statements of interest proposed for public consultation by the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda to support sustainable and digital transport It also takes part in other initiatives which, headed by other companies, are also tackling th
Climate change is a real and growing threat. It is becoming increasingly urgent for countries and businesses across the world, to protect the planet for future generations. Railways play a vital role in this scenario, sup-porting the economy and connecting communities,
Thales is developing complex Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems that promote eco-responsible AI based on learning and knowledge and consume less energy.