Through an Avoid-Shift-Improve methodology, we can create more efficient travel methods and reduce reliance on polluting energy sources.
Microgrids and IoT solutions are unlocking powerful ways to reduce energy consumption in both commercial and residential buildings.
Through a mix of passive and active smart city energy solutions, we can meet our generation's needs without limiting the future.
The Internet of Things (IoT) makes sense with concrete examples. Here's how IoT improves efficiency, health/safety, and/or user experiences.
The current state of the climate is troubling at best. The average global temperature has warmed, snow and ice levels have diminished and the sea level has risen. And there are no signs of these trends slowing down unless significant action is taken to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
Facility management companies can add value and increase profit margins by using IoT solutions to reduce costs, increase added value services, expand their service scope with new data and improve the experience of their tenants.
Cities are now mitigating damage from natural disasters using IoT-driven technologies. Here's how IoT is being used in flood and fire response efforts.
Smart building technology can save you money and reduce your carbon footprint. Here’s how to start taking advantage of these promising trends.
IoT device lifespan is limited by power availability. "Piezoelectrics," i.e. mechanical stress generating an electric charge, offer possible solutions.
IoT is able to mitigate some of the effects of blackouts and load-shedding, enabling businesses to better handle the fallout.