See how technology companies are working to improve energy efficiency, recyclable materials in favourite products and sustainable materials management.
“Sustainability development is the number one topic of our time,” - Robert Metzke. It is needed for the stability of our society to grow and it’s a key focus to any business. More than environmentally friendly tech products and zero-emission vehicle technology plays a dominant role in achieving a greener future. “Technology will help you accelerate the circular economy”, said Virginie Helias (P&G). “It’s absolutely critical.”
In essence, technological innovations can help create value and meet necessary needs without using new materials. Both global leaders have harnessed the power of tech to help create and encourage sustainable behavior in their industries.
A challenge in waste management is the supply of recycled plastics and how accurate sorting at recovery facilities can speed up the transition to circular economy and impact the quality of recycled material. P&G Led Holy Grail Project, an intelligent sorting technology that embeds digital watermarks in packaging. The result is more accurate — and faster — sorting of recyclables, so that the right plastics go into the right recycling stream.
50L Home - Objective is to create sustainable solutions that will solve the urban water crisis and create financially viable opportunities for our communities. 50L Home strive to re-invent the future of water and change the narrative on domestic water consumption.
Philips believes that digitalization and sustainable use of resources are catalysts for a shift toward sustainable health care models, which includes wider access to health care.
On the Philips blog, Metzke outline how radiology or oncology departments shifted to getting right imaging and analytics to support precision diagnosis and personalized treatment instead of getting physical scanner while helping reduce materials needed.
Online ecosystems of care “reduces upfront costs and improves patient access to innovative care, for example in remote areas,” Metzke said.
Innovation and development in the solar industry is helping the world step to a cleaner, greener, more sustainable future. More than 170,000 terawatts of solar energy strike the Earth continuously, making solar energy the most powerful energy resource. Many tech giants use the power of sunlight to gain affordable, clear energy for worldwide families and businesses. With people everyone recognizing sustainability as a business and moral imperative, new solutions and developments can help make eco-friendly, solar powered living a reality.
Ariel by Solar-Breeze is the latest evolution of pool robot to come from Tempe, Arizona based Pivot-Solar Breeze. Ariel produces clean pools by combining the force of solar-power and new technology as she elegantly explores a pool’s surface to collect debris. Solar panels that produce enough power to run the unit and charge the battery during the day. Ariel also reduces pool pump run times by as much as 60%, helping save energy costs.
GoSun builds solar appliances, like Ovens, Coolers, Chargers, Water and Accessories to help you live with more independence and resilience. Using only the Sun, now you can cook(day or night), Coll, charge, light or purify water.
MAXSA Innovations is dedicated to creating unique and truly innovative products. MAXSA products like, Battery-Powered Lighting, Right Parking Products, Solar-Powered Security Lighting uses power of Solar Energy allow sustainably & cost efficiently solution.
Samsung’s 2021 Solar Cell Remote its Neo QLED TVs - Eliminate the need for disposable batteries with our new remote control, made from recycled plastic and powered by ambient light.
Sono Motors’s new Sion Car as the first Solar Electric Vehicle that charges itself thought the power of the sun. More than 248 solar cells seamlessly integrated into the body of solar car. The Sion can add up to 254 km(112 km on average) of driving range per week through solar energy. Flexible Charging - take 30 minutes to charge unto 80% at a fast charging station.
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