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Drone surveillance can improve the safety of rail infrastructure, either as eyes in the sky or on tracks as the ‘rail bot ’ of the future. Thales optronics, infrared sensors, connectivity and AI are the keys. A must read, now.
The next age of flight is closer than you think but we must all work together…
At a time when digital technologies are increasingly shaping the battlefield of the future, the need for armed forces to boost their intelligence-gathering capability is becoming ever more acute. For units deployed in the demanding conditions of the theater of operations, having the technology to gain an understanding of the terrain and the forces in the field is absolutely vital.
Air taxis are moving from fiction to fact, with Thales digital technologies aboard to make it happen safely.
Imagine a future where the world’s first fully autonomous team of robot bugs, drones and unmanned vessels work together to inspect and repair offshore wind farms in the unforgiving environment of the open sea?
The most dangerous part of a soldier’s day on the battlefield can be exiting the armored vehicle. Thales can help solve the problem with day and night 360 degree local awareness.
Military superiority depends on information superiority and, particularly, on continuous imagery. Connected combat will mean vastly improved vision and battlefield awareness for tomorrow's soldiers. The keys are sophisticated sensors, seamless connectivity and effectors on and above the conflict zone, Artificial Intelligence for rapid target acquisition and immediate engagement decisions. Read on.
Drones are proliferating so swiftly and using such sophisticated technology that legislation is barely keeping up. Thales is today finding new ways to monitor, control or scramble transmissions from unmanned air vehicles.