Posts Tagged ‘Environment’
Last night at the VITA 2015 Reception, the wireless industry celebrated connectivity and the power of mobility as a force for good. It was also an occasion to support the important work of The Wireless Foundation as well as recognize Senator John Thune with the first-ever Mobile Life Award for his commitment to fostering wireless […]
Looking beyond normal business functions, Ericsson Vice President of Innovation and Business Development Kevin Durand discusses how it is using connected technologies to create a more sustainable business model by connecting cities’ utilities and transportation wirelessly.
Ken Leonard, Director of Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program Office at the U.S. Department of Transportation, walks through the federal agency’s programs so that help them can make quick, well-informed decisions to save costs, ease traffic congestion and reduce physical stress from the various transportation systems.
By using fleet management wirelessly, Sprint Director of Environmental Initiatives Darren Beck discusses how it helps other companies reduce their fleet vehicles’ fuel use and environmental impact.
From analyzing data to making real-time cost efficient decisions, Zipcar General Manager Scott Hall talks about the different ways the short-term rental car company uses wireless to streamline processes, improve consumer experiences and reduce expenses.
From the world record for most cellphones recycled in one week to reducing its carbon emissions within its operations, Former Sprint CEO Dan Hesse talks about the company’s commitment to a greener business.
Focusing on empowering individuals and companies and understanding the impact of these changes, BSR’s Manager of Advisory Services David Korngold details the findings of the report created with The Wireless Foundation on how wireless creates a greener transportation industry.
Working with wireless companies to find ways to make the industry more sustainable and help its consumers be green, CTIA’s Green Working Group focusing on several initiatives, including reducing packaging waste and encouraging wireless users to recycling their “old” devices and accessories.