How connected objects contribute to the environment?
During many years, technology didn’t care about environment, however it currently allows us to take care of it. Connected objects is one of the main keys! IoT (Internet of things) provide more accurate and faster analyses.
Using these analyses, some of these devices propose appropriate actions to their users.
With these constant and precise analyses, we can make essential progress in order to preserve the world of tomorrow.
Currently there are many connected objects, which can be very useful for various reasons, improving comfort, health, ecological impact or even saving money!
However, one of the major concerns of today’s world is none other than the protection of the environment….
Discover now the different types of connected objects that will allow us to save our planet!
In a few years, we will be able to observe autonomous cars in circulation in some parts of the world.
These cars would allow traffic to flow more smoothly. These make it possible to eliminate some operations that are harmful to the environment, such as successive stops and accelerations that are totally unnecessary. Reducing the number of operations will reduce the CO2 production caused by cars.
A more responsible culture.
The connected objects can also be used to measure the current humidity. Farmers who use these connected objects can optimize their production while reducing electricity and water consumption. These objects make it possible to eliminate excessive watering that can destroy plantations.
UAVs also act complementarily. They are autonomous and carry out continuous monitoring. They are working to improve the health of field crops. By analysing different plots, they will make it possible to verify their general state. These analyses also increase farmers’ yields by analysing the sun exposure of their plot and make it possible to precisely target the areas to be treated. These results allow farmers to make important decisions quickly and accurately.
World agriculture is responsible for nearly 70% of global water consumption, these devices will not eliminate this consumption but will make it lighter.
Connected hives, a necessity!
Necessary for plant reproduction, bees have an important role in pollination. To monitor the health of bees, some beekeepers are equipped with devices to provide information on the status of their hives.
These devices identify problems colonies and suggest actions. They also help to prevent the beekeeper in the event of a hornet attack on the hives.
The main objective is to halt the decline in bee populations while increasing beekeepers’ yields.
The connected objects in our homes.
40% of the greenhouse effect come from our homes.
The crucial challenge is to reduce energy consumption useless in our homes. Connected houses allow you to achieve huge savings of energy. Using a command centralized we can control manually connected objects in our homes. These objects are also able to send alerts from consumption and management actions automatically.
Connected objects, real protectors of endangered species.
These objects also contribute to the protection and monitoring of endangered animals. Thanks to IoT placed on different animals, it’s possible to carry out many analyses such as movements, temperature, heartbeat and hydration of the animal… Its various analyses allow to discover anomalies of health or trajectory in animals. Researchers no longer need to work directly on these animals, which relieves their stress.
The IoT carry out precise analyses on the consumption of water, electricity, gas and other resources. Based on these analyses, users can make it more environmentally beneficial to manage. They also help to protect endangered wildlife.
Despite the cost of production, IoT remains a key to saving the environment and will also help to meet the needs of the current population explosion through analyses that allow better performance.