Aston Martin: Using new technologies with circumspection Computerworld

Aston Martin Using new technologies with circumspection Computerworld

Network architect at Aston Martin for five years, Darryl Alder explained to us how the British sports car manufacturer has consolidated its network infrastructures across the company’s various sites. “We managed the network like any other network, but it was a fairly manual process using a CLI; a very traditional approach with a mix of … Read more

Fighting Wildfires: How NVIDIA and Lockheed Martin Work Together Against Wildfires

As part of its Silicon Valley-based lab, NVIDIA has initiated work to simulate and fight fires with NVIDIA DGX and Omniverse systems. This research aims to better understand forest fires and stop their spread. They mobilize NVIDIA and Lockheed Martin as well as the Forest Services of the United States Department of Agriculture and the … Read more

LEGISLATIVE: “We must sign a contract for new growth”, says Didier Martin

LEGISLATIVE We must sign a contract for new growth says

Invested by the presidential majority in the first constituency, Didier Martin held a meeting on Wednesday June 1 in an industrial building in Darois. The outgoing MP defended “a policy of support for investment, for innovation, for the jobs of tomorrow, for a low-carbon activity”. A meeting at Darois aerodrome for a campaign that is … Read more

Laissez les missions spatiales aux robots et aux milliardaires, dclare l’astronome Lord Martin Rees

Laissez les missions spatiales aux robots et aux milliardaires declare

Depuis toujours, les humains ont voulu voyager parmi les toiles et dans les profondeurs des cieux. Si la technologie a permis l’espce humaine d’explorer une toute petite partie de l’espace, les astronomes pourraient avoir besoin d’appliquer une recette diffrente. Au lieu d’essayer d’envoyer des humains dans des endroits reculs de l’espace, pourquoi les astronomes ne … Read more

Artificial Intelligence in Europe Advances in Defense Market with CAGR of 11.3% by 2028 – Leidos, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Thales Group

Artificial Intelligence in Europe Advances in Defense Market with CAGR

The European Artificial Intelligence in Defense Market is expected to grow from US$1,498.71 million in 2021 to US$3,169.95 million by 2028; it is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 11.3% from 2021 to 2028. Over the coming decades, artificial intelligence (AI) is set to play a key role in defining the competitiveness and productivity … Read more