Have you already ditched plastic straws and bags but want to have a greater positive impact on our planet? Well, maybe you should rethink how sustainable you are when it comes to your business and working methods. If you admit that your professional decisions do not go hand in hand with sustainability, joining concerned businesses with data analysis and low power consumption devices could be your starting point.
What do sustainable companies do in order to play a bigger role in tackling the planet’s pollution?
Smart companies use a process of acquiring, inspecting, cleansing, transforming, and modelling data – data analysis – to reduce material and energy waste. The information gathered during analysing particular data supports the decision-making process and thus contributes to a more efficient operating.
Do you think that all this would need expensive and high-energy consumption hardware? Well, some switch to single board computers to analyse their data:
Single Board Computer (SBC) is a complete low cost, small, low power computer that sometimes can be used instead of an expensive server. SBC is built on a single circuit board, with microprocessor(s), memory, input/output and other features required of a functional computer. SBC’s lower power consumption means also that it has a lower negative impact when it is produced or once the computer is exposed.
Next stop of sustainability-oriented businesses
Circular economy-oriented companies will meet on the 3rd – 4th of July in Milan, Italy, where a high-level political conference, as well as B2B MEETINGS for those interested in macro-regional sustainable growth, will take place.
Companies suggesting smart, digital solutions for businesses’ to optimize their work are open for meetings. According to one of those companies’, Qwyddy Technologies, CEO Fabio Ferrari, besides the obvious exceptional opportunities for businesses to exchange views, Workshop in Milan might also be a perfect place to share company’s representatives’ knowledge on digital projects with other participants and thus contribute to a better understanding of the working methods and industry’s possibilities.