Summing up his participation in the 50th World Economic Forum in Davos on Thursday, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said many meetings had concerned the transfer of new technologies, which he said is very important for Poland.
The technology can aid emergency services fighting forest fires when normal satellite images are obscured by smoke.
Europe’s only producer of component vital for computers aims to expand production and hit the German market big time.
BrainScan impressed judges at the 105th scientific assembly and annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America with their brain scanning technology.
Warsaw has the biggest chance to be the first Polish city to operate 5G mobile communications technology, Digital Affairs Minister Marek Zagorski said on Wednesday, adding that the decision will depend on the results of a 3.6 GHz frequency auction.
The European Business Awards have been handing out gongs to businesses from all over Europe since 2007, and this year some 150,000 firms threw their hats into the ring to compete for just a handful of awards – and Poland didn’t do too bad!
The breakthrough could reduce production costs for anything using precious metals.
The two-day Perspektywy Women in Tech Summit world congress, Europe's biggest event for women working in technology, started in Warsaw on Wednesday.
Polish Tech Day in London is the main platform for bilateral business relations between the Polish and British innovation and technology sectors.
Summing up the conference 'Prospects for the development of the Internet of things in Poland,' held at Warsaw's Belweder Palace on Friday, Polish President Andrzej Duda said the present moment was good for Poland to make a technological leap.