According to a report by the Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI), IoT-enabled solutions have the potential to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions by 16.5% by 2030.
The use of IoT in energy management can help companies reduce energy consumption by up to 30%, as per a study conducted by Intel.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) estimates that IoT-enabled precision agriculture can increase crop yields by up to 70% while reducing water usage by up to 90%.
The United Nations estimates that IoT-enabled smart cities could save up to $5 trillion globally by 2022 while reducing greenhouse gas emissions by up to 15%.
According to a report by Cisco, IoT-enabled supply chain management can reduce logistics costs by up to 30% and improve delivery times by up to 40%.
With the use of IoT sensors, farmers are now able to make more informed decisions about their crops, leading to improved productivity, efficiency, and sustainability.
By monitoring crop conditions in real-time, IoT sensors can help farmers make more informed decisions about irrigation, fertilization, and pest control. This not only increases efficiency and productivity in food production but also contributes to SDG 2: Zero Hunger.
Sustainable water management is another important area where IoT sensors are making a difference. By monitoring and controlling crop irrigation in real-time, water resources are used more efficiently, reducing water wastage, and contributing to SDG 6: Clean Water and Sanitation.
IoT sensors can also detect optimal conditions for pest and disease growth, allowing farmers to take preventative measures before significant damage occurs. This reduces the use of harmful pesticides and herbicides, contributing to SDG 3: Health and Welfare.
Finally, IoT sensors can monitor greenhouse gas emissions from food production, allowing farmers to take measures to reduce their environmental impact. This promotes sustainable environmental management and climate action, contributing to SDG 13: Climate Action.
At FOSSA, we are committed to helping farmers harness the power of IoT to improve their productivity, efficiency, and sustainability.
At FOSSA, we believe in the power of IoT technology in livestock management. By using sensors to monitor animal behavior and health, farmers can improve productivity and efficiency. This not only helps contribute to SDG 2: Zero Hunger by allowing for more effective feed production, but also reduces the number of animal deaths from disease or injury.
In addition, by detecting early signs of disease through IoT monitoring, farmers can intervene before it spreads, which contributes to SDG 3: Health and Welfare. We believe that promoting animal welfare is an important part of responsible livestock management, and IoT technology can play a key role in this.
But IoT in livestock monitoring is not just about improving productivity and animal welfare. It can also help reduce resource consumption and greenhouse gas emissions in livestock production. By identifying areas where resource consumption can be reduced, such as water and energy, farmers can produce meat and dairy products more sustainably. And by monitoring and controlling the behavior of livestock, the amount of greenhouse gases emitted by animals can be reduced, contributing to SDG 13: Climate Action.
At FOSSA, we are excited about the potential of IoT technology in livestock management, and we’re committed to promoting sustainable and responsible production practices.
The application of IoT technology has brought significant advancements to the logistics industry, enabling enhanced infrastructure and innovation. With the ability to track vehicles and goods, optimize routes, and improve supply chain visibility, IoT has the potential to revolutionize transportation and logistics, contributing to SDG 9: Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure.
By optimizing transportation with IoT technology, the logistics industry can reduce global emissions by 1.5 gigatons of CO2 per year by 2030. This is a crucial step towards achieving SDG 13: Climate Action, as reducing greenhouse gas emissions is essential to mitigating the effects of climate change.
IoT technology can also reduce food waste in the logistics industry, promoting responsible consumption and production. The World Resources Institute reports that reducing food loss and waste by 25% globally could feed 870 million people, contributing to SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production.
In addition to reducing emissions and food waste, IoT technology can also enhance worker safety in the logistics industry. The International Labor Organization estimates that 2.78 million workers die each year due to work-related accidents and illnesses. By promoting worker safety, IoT can contribute to the compliance of SDG 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth.
Finally, IoT technology can also promote sustainable cities and communities by reducing traffic congestion and improving air quality. By optimizing transportation routes and reducing fuel consumption, IoT can help create more sustainable and livable cities, contributing to SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities.
At FOSSA we believe in the powerful impact we can have in sustainability in the Oil & Gas industry. By enabling remote monitoring, predictive maintenance, and energy optimization, it can enhance infrastructure and innovation. This means less downtime, improved safety, and better productivity, which contributes to SDG 9: Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure.
IoT can also promote responsible consumption and production by tracking and managing resources, especially water usage. With IoT-enabled sensors, leaks can be detected, and water usage can be monitored, leading to less waste and more conservation of resources. And this, contributes to SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production.
IoT can also play a huge role in mitigating climate change by monitoring and managing greenhouse gas emissions. By measuring emissions and identifying areas for improvement, carbon footprints can be reduced, which contributes to SDG 13: Climate Action.
With IoT you can also enhance worker safety, with remote monitoring, accidents can be detected and prevented, leading to improved safety and fewer fatalities. This contributes to SDG 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth.
Finally, IoT can help create sustainable cities and communities by reducing traffic congestion and improving air quality through optimized transportation routes and reduced fuel consumption. According to the World Economic Forum, IoT-enabled transportation optimization could reduce global emissions by 1.5 gigatons of CO2 per year by 2030, this contributes to SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities.
IoT technology is a valuable tool that can enhance the efficiency of the infrastructure and construction industry by enabling better monitoring of equipment usage, optimizing resource allocation, and reducing waste. By contributing to SDG 9: Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure, IoT can help businesses save time, money, and resources while improving overall productivity.
In addition, IoT technology can promote sustainable urban development by enabling better management of resources and infrastructure, which contributes to SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities. By using IoT-enabled sensors and data analytics, cities can monitor and manage traffic flow, reduce energy consumption, and improve public safety.
Furthermore, IoT can promote responsible consumption and production in the infrastructure and construction industry by enabling better tracking and management of resources, which contributes to SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production. For example, IoT-enabled sensors can monitor and optimize material usage, reduce waste, and improve resource efficiency. According to the World Economic Forum, IoT-enabled solutions can help reduce material usage in construction by up to 30%.
Finally, IoT can help mitigate climate change in the infrastructure and construction industry by enabling better monitoring and management of greenhouse gas emissions, contributing to SDG 13: Climate Action. By measuring emissions, IoT-enabled sensors can help companies identify areas for improvement and reduce their carbon footprint. This can have a significant impact on the environment and the industry as a whole.
IoT technology has the potential to improve the accessibility and sustainability of clean energy by optimizing energy consumption and reducing waste. With IoT-enabled sensors, energy consumption can be monitored to identify areas of waste and optimize usage, contributing to SDG 7: Affordable and Clean Energy.
In addition, IoT can enhance innovation and infrastructure in the energy and utilities industry by providing equipment monitoring and reducing downtime. According to the McKinsey Global Institute, predictive maintenance using IoT can reduce maintenance costs by up to 40%, in line with SDG 9: Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure.
Furthermore, IoT can support responsible consumption and production by reducing waste in the energy and utilities industry. IoT-enabled sensors can monitor the quality and usage of water, gas, and electricity, which can help identify areas of waste and improve efficiency, in accordance with SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production.
IoT technology can also contribute to climate action by reducing greenhouse gas emissions through energy optimization and efficiency. By optimizing energy consumption and reducing waste, IoT-enabled solutions can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions, aligning with SDG 13: Climate action.
Finally, IoT can help promote sustainable cities and communities by enhancing building energy efficiency and reducing carbon footprints. IoT-enabled sensors can monitor and optimize building energy consumption, which can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and energy costs, in support of SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities.