Discover the uses of the Internet of Things - Internet of Things (IoT) - Orange partners by sector.
Smart Cities call on powerful tools to improve the lives of fellow citizens, optimize the consumption of resources and enhance the attractiveness of their territory. These challenges are largely served by regulatory changes such as the law for energy transition or the decree in order to improve the energy performance of buildings.
Buildings and their construction together account for 36 percent of global energy use and 39 percent of energy-related carbon dioxide emissions annually, according to the United Nations Environment Program. Energy consumption is therefore one of the major challenges of Smart Building. Also, optimizing the resources used involves opening up building management systems, while placing user comfort at the center of service design.
Food sovereignty, the need for traceability and environmental challenges are at the heart of the challenges of Smart Agriculture. Precision agriculture and robotics can promote a more sustainable and fairer use of resources: inputs, water, energy ... at the service of European agriculture.
Industry 4.0 provides solutions around major challenges: boosting industry offers and services, optimizing production, securing industrial systems, streamlining logistics, facilitating the work of agents. Thus, more than ever, the IoT can be a link between machines and software solutions to improve team work and performance.