E-world 2020 – Green solutions for smart cities

Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, is presenting solutions for the “green smart city” at E-world (February 11-13 in Essen) together with its preferred public Cloud partner Google Cloud. Sustainable and secure technologies, services and infrastructures are crucial for the success of the energy turnaround. Visitors at the Atos stand (Hall 5, Stand 214) can amongst others, visit a mini-laboratory for artificial intelligence (AI) and get an idea of autonomous drones, intelligent street lamps and the advantages of the digital workplace.

Green and smart: the digitalization of energy

Atos & Google Cloud show energy companies at E-world how they can use AI to evaluate and interpret data from the Internet of Things (IoT). In the mini-laboratory for AI, they can find out initial approaches to solving their challenges and experience live how raw data can be intelligently analysed. In addition, the following use cases will be on display:

Autonomous drones
Lower costs, higher efficiency and more sustainability – these are the main advantages of drones during maintenance missions. Using image recognition methods, they can easily detect signs of damage to energy systems, evaluate them and immediately communicate them to the operator.

Intelligent street lighting
Intelligent street lighting is a cornerstone on the road to a green smart city. It provides light only when needed, which can save up to 80 percent electricity and reduce maintenance costs by 50 percent.

Digital Workplace Solutions
The digital workplace increases company-wide efficiency and optimizes work processes. The spectrum of solutions ranges from collaboration tools to help and interaction center applications.

Green Sourcing
IT infrastructures powered by renewable energies – whether on-premises or in the cloud – make a major contribution to the sustainability of the entire company.

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