Sustainable with the Internet of Things
The climate crisis is omnipresent. Companies feel the pressure to make their activities sustainable. Deutsche Telekom's Internet of Things (IoT) offers new opportunities.
Achieving climate targets via the Internet of Things
The Internet of Things (IoT) can play a key role in combating the climate crisis. This is the result of a recent online survey conducted by Deutsche Telekom with 722 IoT experts on the subject of "Sustainable with IoT".
Digitalization is transforming itself
With the result that economic growth and resource consumption are largely decoupled for the first time. Also because our attitude towards the environment, health, production and consumption will change massively.
Smart Street Lighting: Visit at the open-air laboratory
Cutting energy costs, reducing carbon dioxide emissions, and doing something about insect mortality? It's possible! With intelligent street lights and light management in the cloud at the Birkenfeld Environmental Campus.
Mother Earth needs help: Smart meters for the climate
Smart metering systems add transparency and intelligence to our power consumption. Sustainable management of energy, gas and water helps utilities and customers – and our planet.
Sustainability check: Managing buildings green
Many people desire a sustainable future. Companies are also asking themselves how they can reduce their ecological footprint. It is time to take a closer look at the topic of building management
Who’s afraid of the digital twin?
Digital twins are more than just visual reproductions of machines, buildings, or systems. They can become “workmates” with enormous potential and even support sustainable business. Bastian Herrlich, Tribe Lead Digital Twin Intelligence at T-Systems, explains...
Full commitment to sustainability
Technological progress began with the steam engine – with side effects especially for the climate. The Internet of Things helps achieve climate targets.