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A survey of Gen-Zers in the UK – born digital, come-of-age with ride hailing apps, and most comfortable, logically, with the concept of autonomous mobility – has found, indeed, that …

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The use of IoT hardware and software applications will have a very positive impact on global sustainability but the trend masks significant variations between use cases, and over the lifecycle …

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This discussion is missing something, of course; IoT is not supposed to be written about as an environmental risk. The idea that billions of disposable trackers might litter the planet …

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Last week, Amsterdam-based Nowi, a specialist in energy harvesting tech for integrated circuit (IC) microchips, announced work with narrowband IoT connectivity provider Sigfox to produce IoT modules that extract power …

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Canadian telematics firm Geotab is making available hyper-local weather and environmental data from its fleet of over one million vehicles across the globe. It is offering the live feed of …

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The market value for environmental gas sensors will be worth more than $3 billion by 2028, according to a new report from market research company IDTechEx. Most growth will come …

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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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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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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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Energy management use cases Our current energy management systems are inadequate. Atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases are estimated to reach almost 685 parts per million (ppm) by 2050, well above …

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