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Thales launched InnovDays in 2012 as a way for its customers and partners to gain exclusive insights into the technological excellence of its research facilities. Since then, successive InnovDays events have turned the spotlight on the latest technological innovations d
Thales is applying artificial intelligence (AI), big data, intelligent sensors, and cyber-secured connectivity to its leading air traffic management (ATM) solutions, assuring safety and efficiency for all types of aircraft in more crowded skies.
Thales brings together Cybersecurity, AI and Big Data to assure the cyber-health of rail systems, either built-in from the start or through a check-up once in operation. Read on.
AI and digital technologies from Thales are making rail transport the sustainable choice.
Artificial intelligence is advancing society and creating pathways to completely transform the everyday. The new possibilities it creates are defined not by software and hardware, or numbers and data. They are instead defined by how they help people lead better, happier
In this first of a series of podcasts on Artificial Intelligence, Thales AI expert David Sadek lifts the curtain on where Thales is heading in the sector for its customers working in critical environments.
Thales is bringing together Connectivity, Big Data, Cybersecurity, and Artificial Intelligence to improve Telematics, Vehicle-to-everything communication , and Infotainment, enabling the connected car. Read on.
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
Mines in disguise have become cheaper and easier to plant to threaten naval operations. Thales has developed the first autonomous mine countermeasure system - based on autonomy, Artificial intelligence, Big data analytics and cybersecurity - to be adopted by the French
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.