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Thingworx platform proves energy savings. Steam systems are one of the largest energy consumers in the United States, making up almost 15% of the country’s annual energy usage. There exist …

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New IoT solutions for age-old problems The increasing capabilities and awareness of the “internet of things” are providing more avenues for companies and organizations to keep the environment safe. Here are …

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The expense of water recycling The Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control Agency claims to operate the world’s largest water recycling facility designed for raw food crop irrigation, using 25 pumping …

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A LoRaWAN test town for Hungary Szada is a small town on the outskirts of Budapest, Hungary, with a population of around 5,000. Its economy has relied on agriculture for …

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World’s most intelligent smart building Twenty-eight thousand sensors. That is how many it takes to create the world’s smartest, most environmentally friendly building: The Edge. An office building in Amsterdam …

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U.S. supermarket sees value in energy efficiency OutSmart used its monitoring and data analytics programs to help an unnamed regional supermarket chain with more than 800 stores located across the U.S. …

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Landscape irrigation, a wasteful endeavor For decades, landscape irrigation in homes and commercial properties has been controlled by timers or manual valves without the ability to regulate how much water is …

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The Chinese vendor will provide funding for AI research through its Noah’s Ark Lab Chinese ICT services provider Huawei has entered a strategic partnership with the University of California–Berkeley to …

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Environmental caveat: e-waste New technologies are fighting an uphill battle to reduce the environmental decay from century-old processes that are both inefficient and wasteful. The internet of things has the potential …

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Drinking water varies from place to place depending on the condition of the source water from which it is drawn and the treatment it receives. No matter its origin, water …

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