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Find out how Thales is helping the French Rugby Federation’s performance support department prevent risks by using satellites to track players on the pitch.
Key Thales digital technologies, including AI and Connectivity, are making fighting forces on the ground more effective through information superiority, speed of decision-making, and precision of engagement.
While digital technologies promise huge productivity gains and disruptive innovations in all sectors of industry, they also expose companies to a growing array of cyber risks.
It takes an expert in cybersecurity and low-energy systems to develop an AI that will differentiate itself from much of the inefficient tech of today. Thales is developing new ways to minimise AI energy use, in the aircraft cockpit and beyond. Read on.
Just one example is Thales’ new fibre-optic axle counter, which not only detects trains as they pass, but analyses their weight and calculates the number of passengers per carriage. Read more about the new connected tech of rail infrastructure.
Healthcare is generating more and more confidential personal data, all of it increasingly targeted by hackers. Hospitals are therefore becoming more reliant on Thales' core activities and expertise in IOT, Cybersecurity and IA, to keep our radiology data safe.
Thales security specialists are working on various aspects of the Internet of Things (IoT) to develop Thales's capabilities in life-long security assurance for connected objects. Here, Ludovic tells us about the company's activities in Lille, and particularly the Secure Connected Objects Platform (SCOP) being developed in partnership with the Centre d’Innovation des Technologies sans Contact (CITC).