Electricity is the backbone operating much of a modern city. It ensures safety through lighting and traffic signalling systems and enables communications with broadcasting, Internet and phone services. Medical equipment rely on electricity as do the electronic payments used in stores
Surgeons can practice and prepare for complex operations, tailored to individual patients, heavy machinery operators can improve their skills and be assessed on their performance, while rescue services can train for varied man-made and natural disasters. In all cases there is zero ris
Technology is all around us. Electronic badges and keys replace physical keys for building access. More services require us to create accounts, which means more usernames and passwords to remember. As always, this increases the risk of security breaches.
Many countries are working towards reducing their CO2 emissions in a bid to become carbon neutral. Denmark is a world leader in wind energy. Last year it sourced almost half of its power from wind (47%) according to Energinet, the country’s grid operator. Offshore accounted for 18% an
People and devices generate huge amounts of data. Some of it is personal. We input information in health and exercise apps, while medical devices monitor and gather health-related data, such as blood sugar levels. We save credit card details to facilitate online payments and the retai
The United Nations’ sustainable development goals are emerging as a clear focal point galvanizing the global community to action. Governments are bringing a whole new set of regulations in support of the SDGs and creating an urgency for change.