A 12-metre long ship docked in Ostend on Tuesday after crossing from England entirely without crew, Belga reports.
Electric vehicles in Germany account for more CO2 emissions than diesel ones, according to a study by German scientists.
Swisscom and Ericsson announced on Wednesday that they have launched the first 5G network in Europe, two weeks after the opening of a countrywide 5G network in South Korea.
The independent network of slow lanes (RAVeL) could be opened to self-driving vehicles, Federal Minister for Mobility François Bellot suggested on Tuesday during a debate on La Première (RTBF).
Colruyt Group will gradually ban the use of disposable bags for produce in its stores, the group announced today, thus saving about 150 million bags annually.
Electricity operator Elia will inject 500,000 euros in Ventilus - a new "crucial" project in West Flanders - and for the transmission of the surplus of renewable land-and-sea produced energy through the high voltage network.
EU Member States should conduct a risk analysis on 5G infrastructure in their countries by the end of June and exchange that information so as to develop a continent-wide risk analysis, the European Commission recommended on Tuesday.
The Flemish government has approved a long-term plan to spend 400 million euros over the next 20 years in managing carbon dioxide (CO₂), considered to be one of the main substances at the root of climate change.
Flemish Minister for Innovation Philippe Muyters (Nieuw-Vlaamse Alliantie, N-VA) on Friday launched an action plan on artificial intelligence, focussing on research, ethics and training.
Radio listeners should be given 10 years to switch from FM to digital technology and for exclusively FM radios, which will eventually become obsolete, to be withdrawn from the market, according to consumer group Test Achats.