Turbomeca triumphant at Safran Innovation Awards 2016
Could you tell us about your project, that was triumphant at the Safran Innovation Awards 2016?
3D printing: adding a new dimension
Safran one of the top three patent filers in France
With 769 patent applications published in France in 2015 (7% more than in 2014), the Group remains the second largest patent filer just behind PSA Peugeot Citroën. This year a new entrant joined the top three, the automotive supplier Valeo, which took third place.
2016 Safran Innovation Awards spotlight creativity
Paris, March 30, 2016.
Changi Airport chooses Morpho to facilitate passenger experience in new Terminal 4 through biometrics
[See also the infographic below] Morpho (Safran) has signed a contract with Changi Airport in Singapore to supply a solution to facilitate the passenger journey using facial recognition. This biometric control system involving self-bag drop, integrated border clearance and self-boarding gates will increase the airport's operating efficiency and improve passenger travel experience.
Morpho works with Visa to advance biometric authentication solutions in payment
As the mobile banking and payment market expands, so does the need for highly secure solutions such as biometrics, tokenization, digital signature and other solutions to protect consumers against identity theft and fraud. Morpho's collaboration with Visa intends to explore innovative security solutions in response to the strong growth in this market.
Safran contributes to the development of autonomous vehicles
Why did Safran decide to team up with the car-equipment manufacture Valeo on this autonomous car project?
Cobots: collaborative robots
Industrial cobotics is a recent discipline. How would you define it?
The word "cobotics" is a shortened version of Collaborative Robotics. This discipline is characterized by the direct or remote interaction between an operator and a robotic system. There are several types of cobots: those controlled by an operator in the immediate vicinity of the system, others which are controlled at a greater distance (remote-operated) and exoskeletons, which are an extension of the human body itself.
Safran invests in critical software
What were the reasons behind Safran Corporate Ventures investing in Krono-Safe?