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13 French companies to exhibit at Cabsat

Gulf Daily News 19 Oct 2021
The French pavilion is organised by Business France in partnership with the National Centre for Cinema and the Moving Image (CNC), French entity in charge of supporting, regulating, promoting and distributing French movies, while protecting film heritage.  ... billion in France.
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French Space Agency Chooses Orange Business Services to Help Transform and Shape Its Data-centric Strategy ...

The Marshall News Messenger 19 Oct 2021
We are thus participating in the strategy for enhancing the value of spatial data and promoting the influence of French space policy,” said Etienne Bonhomme, France Director of Cloud activities at Orange Business Services ... EUROPE UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA FRANCE.
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ACI Announces Winners Of Annual Excellence In Concrete Construction Awards

Iosco County News Herald 19 Oct 2021
The "Overall Excellence" award was presented to Aldilonda promenade around Bastia fortress, located in Corse-du-Sud, France ... The awards were created to honor the visions of the most creative projects in the concrete industry, while providing a platform to recognize concrete innovation, technology, and excellence across the globe.
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Welcome to WinkyVerse: The First Global Education Games Metaverse

Bitcoinist 19 Oct 2021
The disruptive power of blockchain technology has eaten deep into the fabrics of almost all existing industries one can think of ... As Blockchain technology is pioneering the development of the gaming metaverse, much hasn’t been heard of the educational aspect of the metaverse, not until WinkyVerse showed up.
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Instacart acquires Caper AI, a smart cart and instant checkout startup, for $350M, as it ...

Crunch 19 Oct 2021
Simo said that the plan will be to continue Caper’s business as it is today — the company already has smart cart technology development deals with Kroger and Wakefern in the U.S., Sobeys in Canada and Auchan in France and Spain; and it provides smart checkout counters ...
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Korea's self-developed space rocket Nuri ready for launch

Korea Times 19 Oct 2021
If the launch is successful, Korea will be the seventh country to launch a space rocket with domestically developed technology ― following Russia, the United States, France, China, Japan and India ― with the country carrying out all the procedures of design, production, testing, certification and launch.
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Fly more, pollute less - the great aviation conundrum

Straits Times 19 Oct 2021
How bad is it? ... But Timur Gul, head of energy technology policy at the International Energy Agency, says replacing just 10 per cent of oil-based jet fuel with e-fuels would require the equivalent of electricity production from Spain and France combined. Dardenne says the technologies being considered to reduce emissions require a lot of energy ... ....
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Fly more, pollute less—the great aviation conundrum

Phys Dot Org 19 Oct 2021
How bad is it? ... But Timur Gul, head of energy technology policy at the International Energy Agency, says replacing just 10 percent of oil-based jet fuel with e-fuels would require the equivalent of electricity production from Spain and France combined. Dardenne says the technologies being considered to reduce emissions require a lot of energy ... ....
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China Seeks to Cement Ties in Europe

Voa News 18 Oct 2021
Western Europe has been staunchly U.S.-leaning since World War II, though differences do surface -- for example, France's anger over a U.S.-UK-Australia military technology sharing deal (AUKUS) of nuclear-powered submarines reached last month ... France, Germany and the UK ...
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Indonesia, Malaysia express concerns over Australia's nuclear subs

Ghana News Agency 18 Oct 2021
France reacted furiously to Australia's decision to buy submarine technology from the US, voiding a 2016 deal with France worth 56 billion euros (66 billion dollars) to provide conventional ...
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Facebook to hire 10,000 workers in EU to build up ‘Metaverse’

Live Mint 18 Oct 2021
is planning to create 10,000 jobs in the European Union over the next five years to build a virtual realm it sees as a key component of its future and a major driver of new technology investment ... The company said it would focus on hiring in Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Poland, the Netherlands and Ireland.
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DCMS appoints Plexal to drive telecoms diversity strategy

Computer Weekly 18 Oct 2021
Collaboration technology provider Plexal has been appointed by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) to support the diversification of the UK’s telecoms market and stimulate the creation of products and services from small- to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and startups.
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Investors pour money into British start-ups

The Times/The Sunday Times 18 Oct 2021
The flood of money strengthens Britain’s status as Europe’s largest technology hub. It has outperformed France and Germany and stands third behind the United ...
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Here is why Facebook is hiring 10,000 staff in the EU

Invezz 18 Oct 2021
The social media behemoth announced on Sunday that it would begin a search for highly trained staff across the EU to assist in creating a “metaverse.” Metaverse is a virtual realm where users interact with one another using augmented and virtual reality technology.
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Gitex 2021: Delivery robots primed and ready to drop at your door in Dubai

The National 18 Oct 2021
A range of autonomous robots was shown off by the Roads and Transport Authority at the Gulf Information Technology Exhibition (Gitex), which opened at the Dubai World Trade Centre on Sunday ... Other entries came from Italy, France, Austria and the US ... They have the same technology and reliability of a car, so it is very advanced.
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