Recent Blogs from Connected World.

The Rise of Industry 5.0

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here, with automation changing the way we work, but with some people looking to the future—Industry 5.0—where are we on our journey to a more technological future?

By |10/27/2021|

Supply Chains: What Are We Going to Do About It?

I forecasted years ago that the supply chain was vulnerable. While I didn’t foresee the pandemic, I did preach about things like the worker shortage and climate change long before the term COVID-19 became a household phrase. All of this is now having a profound effect on our supply chains—obviously. My question is this: What are we going to do about it? I have a few ideas.

By |10/20/2021|

The Path to Sustainable Homes

If we want to meet our climate neutrality goals by 2050, I would argue we need to start at home. Residential homes are responsible for up to 34% of carbon dioxide emissions. Let’s look at how we can combat this.

By |10/13/2021|

Breaking Down the Actual Cost of EVs

The number of connected EV (electric vehicle) charging points in North America and Europe is set to reach 7.9 million by 2025. The EV market is on the rise, according to many reports. Add to that the fact the Biden administration has pledged to extend EV tax credits, and California has moved to ban new internal combustion engine cars in 2035, and it is the perfect storm that is going to catapult EVs forward.

By |10/6/2021|

Mobility: The Road to Transformation

There is a reason the phrase “better together” has taken off. The best ideas, projects, and products come as a result of collaboration. And in an industry such as automotive, collaboration simply isn’t optional, which is why I love Microsoft’s approach to creating a strong ecosystem.

By |9/29/2021|

End Roadway Deaths: What’s Next?

I love the ambition by many organizations to end roadway deaths in the United States by 2050, but is that a realistic goal? How close are we to reaching that goal? And what still needs to be done to get there?

By |9/22/2021|

20 Years: First Responders and Technology

It has been 20 years since the September 11 attacks—and it has me thinking a lot about first responders and how many things have stayed the same and how many things have changed in the past 20 years. Here is one big thing that has changed: technology.

By |9/15/2021|

Food Shortages in the States

Food and water scarcity have been a global problem for as long as we can remember. Today, new factors—like the COVID-19 pandemic, upheaval in the supply chain, and an uptick in natural disasters caused by climate change, just to name a few—are bringing to light new concerns for food shortages across the globe and here in the United States.

By |9/8/2021|

Climate Change and Supply Chain Disruptions

Everyone is so focused on the COVID-19 disruptions to the supply chain—and rightfully so—but what if there is something that could pose a greater threat to our supply chain? Climate change is making extreme weather events more frequent—and it could have a devasting impact on our supply chain.

By |9/1/2021|

Are Regulations and Taxes Coming for Waste?

Could our waste soon be regulated? Will we have more ESG (environmental, social, and governance) policy in the future? Will we have government mandates and sustainable material regulations? A new report gives analysis of past regulatory practices and a newly developed predictive framework.

By |8/25/2021|
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