GreenCoding:
More efficient software reduces CO2 emissions

Many experts agree that digitalisation helps reduce CO2 emissions. But things are not quite that simple, as the coding and use of software itself contribute significantly to greenhouse gas emissions. The GreenCoding concept shows what developers and operators need to watch out for.
07 December
GreenCoding: More efficient software reduces CO2 emissions
Many experts agree that digitalisation helps reduce CO2 emissions. But things are not quite that simple, as the coding and use of software itself contribute significantly to greenhouse gas emissions. The GreenCoding concept shows what developers and operators need to watch out for.
12 October
The Changing Landscape of Autonomous Vehicles
For the last five years, the autonomous vehicle (apart from electrification) has been the trending topic in the transportation industry, given its far-reaching implications for the entire economy. Carmakers around the world started embracing terms such as “self-driving” and “mobility”, Autopilot systems started gaining traction, cars were expected to communicate with each other and road accidents were supposed to be a thing of the past.
23 August
NFT-Impact on Industries
The conventional narrative points towards NFTs being similar to GameStop and Dogecoin, indicating that they’re just speculative bubbles fuelled by US stimulus checks, lockdown boredom and low-interest rates. But history dictates caution when dismissing a new technology as a passing fad, especially when NFTs have the potential to disrupt multiple industries.
10 August
The Circular Economy and its future implications 
The circular economy is restorative and regenerative by design, where today’s products are tomorrow’s raw materials. It is based on the principles of designing out waste and pollution, keeping products and materials in use, and regenerating natural systems.