The Brussels government and mobile telephone operators have reached a draft agreement on developing 5G connectivity in Brussels Region and making the capital the first 5G city in the country, the office of regional Prime Minister Rudi Vervoort announced on Friday.
Belgium’s central bank is going to hack local banks in a bid to help them fend off cyber attacks.
A fourth mobile phone operator in Belgium would cost the government €200 to €350 million a year, according to the technology industry federation Agoria.
The French company Alstom announced on Tuesday that it had landed a contract with Norway’s railway authority to equip its trains with the ERTMS on-board train control solution and to manage the system for up to 25 years.
Saturday saw the arrival of a self-driving delivery truck in the busy shopping streets of the centre of Mechelen.
Xavier Niel, founder of the Free telecommunications company, on Friday inaugurated “19”, a school for the digital professions, located in Uccle.
The Brussels Free University, ULB, and the electronics and defence industry giant, Thales, on Wednesday concluded a three-year partnership agreement to train tomorrow’s best cybersecurity experts, the two bodies announced in a joint press release.
The Belgian company HD Ledshine presented the screen on Thursday in Denderleeuw (East Flanders).
The Liege company Nethys carried off the public tender launched in view of the installation of photovoltaic panels on the premises of the Liege Airport.
Certain kinds of jobs could disappear because of the automation of work.