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Maximising Fleet Efficiency: The Power of Data in Improving Fuel Consumption

18 Jul 2023 by Emma Foster 8 minute read

Introducing Jack Manning CEO of Safely and innovation lead with Transpoco

Jack Manning, the founder and CEO of Safely, will be presenting on utilising telematics data to reduce fuel consumption. Safely is a data-driven telematics company with a mission to decrease fleet accidents and fatalities.

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Smart Mobility for Smart Cities

09 Mar 2021 by Emma Foster 3 minute read

“Smart City” is a term used to describe an urban area that utilise technology to both improve existing services, and to solve new and emerging issues that Urban Living and Urban Growth present. The world is an increasingly urbanised place. The United Nations state that in 2018 55% of the world’s population lived in urbanised areas, with growth projected to see this increase to around 68% by 2050. Managing this growth and the required extension of services and resources to accommodate it is a huge challenge for local and national governments across the world.

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Smart Cities are Tracking Air Quality Data

26 Nov 2020 by Emma Foster 3 minute read

A smart city is "An urban area using different types of data and sensors to provide information, with the goal of efficiently managing assets and resources." (DisruptorDaily)

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The Role of Government and Big Data in Reducing our Carbon Footprint

13 Feb 2019 by Anaeko 4 minute read

 

The adoption of digital solutions, scaled across multiple industries, will reduce carbon emissions and build towards global government pledges to bring global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions to net zero by 2050. Analysis by Accenture, in collaboration with the World Economic Forum, shows that digital technologies could deliver up to 20% of the 2050 reduction needed. 

Big Data has many opportunities and will be the foundation behind any new technology to enable reporting, measurement, analytics, and operation. Big data doesn't just allow industries to track success but is crucial to the function and use of digital technology. 

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