The advantages of biometric technology in the travel and leisure industry: from checking in to boarding
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The IoT is expected to become ubiquitous in everyday life by 2030. We consider what the average day will look like when we are surrounded by intelligent networked devices
Thales (former Gemalto) award-winning Anne Wang has spent over a quarter of a century working to make biometric identification technology more effective
Meet some of the inspirational women who have blazed a trail for female tech innovation down the years
With a career that has encompassed academic research, commercial applications of cryptography and running a start-up, Aline Gouget, Thales, is a shining example of what women can achieve in technology. And she has an award to prove it. She tells us about her career.
With autonomous vehicles (AVs) moving from concept to reality, we look at the predictions about how they will benefit citizens, cities and the economy
From cutting-edge transport to virtual healthcare, we look at the some of the ways Singapore is leading the way with its Smart Nation initiative