Smart, Green and Connected: Digital Efficiency

Smart, Green and Connected

Everywhere we look these days we see smart devices, on your wrist, in your home and your car to name a few. Smart technologies fuel innovation, by connecting the “things” that were never connected before, providing to new data insights that translate to increased productivity and improved resource management.  The number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices is growing at an unprecedented rate. Gartner predicted nearly 21 billion connected devices by 2020.

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Demonstrating Possibility

Recently, Intel and GE joined forces to explore the opportunities presented by IoT in industrial applications and we have published a white paper, Digital Efficiency that delves into the potential and features a few projects that have been implemented at Intel and GE that demonstrate what is possible.  The potential of these applications is compelling.  IoT technologies can be used to manage buildings operations, industrial operations, and transportation networks helping to optimize production, minimize operating costs, and conserve natural resources.  Smart, Green and Connected. 

Check it out and we welcome your feedback. 

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Todd Brady is the Global Sustainability Director for Intel Corporation. In this role, he directs Intel’s global sustainability initiatives and strategies by leading corporate-wide environmental programs such as climate, energy and water conservation, waste minimization, sustainability and smart and green design.

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About Todd Brady

Todd Brady is the Director of Global Public Affairs and Sustainability for Intel Corporation. In this role he leads state and local government affairs, media and community relations, corporate volunteerism and sustainability at the company's major manufacturing and office locations around the globe. In addition to overseeing regulatory and community engagement strategies in the US, China, Southeast Asia, Israel, Ireland and Latin America, he directs Intel’s global initiatives to make Intel “smart & green” by leading corporate-wide sustainability programs such as climate, energy and water conservation, green design and the integration of internet of things (IoT) solutions to create smart and green offices, buildings and facilities of the future. During his 20+ years at Intel, Todd has represented the company publicly in numerous forums and led industry-wide initiatives in many national and international committees. He has authored more than 20 papers in scientific journals and conference proceedings on a variety of sustainability topics. In 2009, he was named by Scientific American as one of ten outstanding leaders involved in research, business or policy pursuits that have advanced science and technology. Todd holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Brigham Young University and a MS in Environmental Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.