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3 Vital Connectivity Uplink Strategies for Large Estates

Sensors. Gateways. Devices. Cloud platforms. There’s probably less than you’d think that goes into the digital transformation of a business. Nevertheless, getting the entire system connected can seem like a mind-boggling minefield of buzzwords and jargon.

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Automotive Mega Factories

If the Autumn fuel crisis had done anything other than make headlines and annoy motorists, it had brought to focus the significant benefits of the switch to electric vehicles (EVs). As the seemingly straightforward answer for the least-environmentally friendly industry, the EV movement is garnering some real momentum.

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The Power Behind the Question of “Why?” in Product Development

Have you ever wondered why children constantly ask “why” when trying to understand something? Well, as much as this can be frustrating for parents and guardians, in the Product Development realm it is an incredibly useful and simple tool to get to the root of the conversation, requirement, or problem.

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How to use IIoT to get ISO 50001 certified – Significant Energy Uses

Have you been wondering how you can use the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) to get ISO 50001 certified? Or maybe how IIoT can help to identify Significant Energy Uses throughout your Energy Portfolio? This article will answer these questions, so you can reliably improve your sustainability credentials and cut your business costs.

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Becoming Greener Guest Series: Iceotope

Currently, the vast majority of data centres blow air across their electronics to cool them. In doing so, very significant amounts of electricity, water, and space are consumed. Despite the industry’s efforts to optimise efficiency, data centres contribute around 1% of total global energy consumption – and growing – coupled with very significant water consumption.

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The Last Push to the Clean Power Era

The power infrastructure in the UK is in a major transitional phase and with the PM stating that all of the UK’s electricity is going to come from clean energy sources by 2035; as COP26 progresses we expect more news on the clean power era to come.

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