Posts Tagged ‘Environment’
As part of our continued focus this month on wireless freedom, we’re featuring our television ad about the environmental benefits of wireless technology. Thanks to wireless technology, consumers and businesses are lowering our carbon footprints. It means we waste less, pollute less, drive less and destroy less…thanks to Wire-Less. Check out our ad and visit [...]
In recognition of Earth Day, CTIA launched “go wireless, go green” to provide useful information about measures consumers can take to be more environmentally responsible, CTIA members’ initiatives to improve their operations to be more sustainable and the eco-friendly value wireless provides other industries. From recycling “old” devices and accessories to monitoring utility grids to improving [...]
CTIA’s John Walls talks with Department of Energy’s Dr. Kristina Johnson about the dramatic transformation that wireless technology can provide in how we transmit, control and use power.
A farmer in the Mississippi Delta region uses wireless technology to automatically steer his tractors, creating greater efficiency in tilling his field and harvesting his crops and saving him money and time.
Innovative use of wireless and GPS technology is helping the Paulding County School District in Atlanta, Georgia revolutionize its bus fleet management. See how district officials, bus drivers and parents benefit from improved efficiency and safety through cutting-edge wireless technology.
There is an increasingly greater awareness throughout the wireless industry of the need to develop more environmentally-sensitive products, services and systems. Significant efforts are already underway and we have created a piece that features some standout examples of this.
The wireless industry is committed to becoming more environmentally responsible. This month’s WOW Policy Point identifies some of things companies are doing internally as well as externally to become more conscious of the environment.
What does the intersection of wireless and smart grid mean to our future energy needs and consumption? Accenture’s Senior Manager and Co-Lead Vaibhav Parmar looks at the way wireless can provide energy in the future.