3 mobile operators launch a holographic communication session

IA une nouvelle revolution technologique

Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Telefónica and Vodafone as well as deep tech Matsuko develop an easy-to-use platform for immersive 3D experiences mixing virtuality and reality. The metaverse brings a new dimension to the future of connectivity, with exciting new experiences for communicating with friends and family or for businesses to connect with their stakeholders. The proof … Read more

Are mobile operators greenwashing?

Are mobile operators greenwashing

The recent massive flood damage in Pakistan is a devastating reminder that climate change remains the single most important challenge facing the planet. An ESG survey by GlobalData found that 43% of telecommunications companies and 49% of technology companies consider climate change to be the most important environmental issue for their sector. This understanding is … Read more

Ban on advertisements for games of chance: private operators “outraged” by the limitation

Ban on advertisements for games of chance private operators outraged

The Minister of Justice, Vincent Van Quickenborne, attacks the addiction to gambling, by targeting the advertising of these. A proposal that caused a reaction in the sports world, politics and private operators. By Belga Published on 9/05/2022 at 17:26 Reading time: 3 mins LPrivate operators denounce the announced limitation of advertising for games of chance, … Read more

TEEPTRAK: Linking operators and machines with relevant data, a guarantee for better performance

The difficulty is sometimes not where you expect it. At Hutchinson, the steam cleaners never gave full satisfaction, a bottleneck of the baskets intervening regularly on the machine. Rather than setting up a costly analysis solution, the use of TEEPTRAK made it possible to monitor the equipment, while providing information on each cause of non-operation … Read more

“Opening up to competition only benefits incumbent rail operators” – Ville, Rail et Transports

Opening up to competition only benefits incumbent rail operators

Hervé Le Caignec, the president of Lisea, explained to VRT why the concession company of the Tours-Bordeaux high-speed link wants to build a maintenance center. According to him, the difficulties of access to rolling stock and maintenance centers are blocking the opening up to competition. City, Rail & Transport: You have not yet succeeded in … Read more