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ETRO member participates to a first report on “IoT and Edge Computing Carbon Footprint Measurement Methodology” (Release 1.1)
 
 

Johan Stiens, the ETRO representative in the working group of “Digital for Climate” of the Alliance for IoT and Edge Computing Innovation, https://aioti.eu/

is co-author with a group of 20 people of a final report (+ 80 pages) on “IoT and Edge Computing Carbon Footprint Measurement Methodology”  (Release 1.1)

https://aioti.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/AIOTI-Carbon-Footprint-Methodology-Report-Final-R1.1.pdf

The goals of this report are multifold:

• To help users of IoT and Edge Computing technologies and services, to understand and make informed choices on how to assess the carbon footprint of solutions and services they use, and to as well to measure how these methodologies support carbon footprint reduction of their use

• To present initiatives and standards, existing methodologies of measuring ICT carbon footprint and how they can be applied to IoT and Edge Computing

• To present selection methodology criteria and how to measure benefits of using them in reducing carbon footprint when using IoT and Edge Computing technologies and services for several industrial domains

• To propose a method of calculating the carbon avoided emissions in an industrial sector/domain, when ICT is used as an enabling technology

 
 
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