'Internet of things' promises nine billion tons of carbon savings

James S Murray
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Revolution in sensor and network technologies capable of optimising processes and slashing greenhouse gas emissions

Global greenhouse gas emissions could be cut by almost a fifth over the coming decade thanks to the rapid development of the so-called 'internet of things', giant networks of sensors that could revolutionise...

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