COP26, taking place now in Glasgow, is a major event in the business agenda not only for the UК, for the world.
Taking place 6 years after the infamous Paris Convention, this summit has a clear distinction – we are now beginning to see the practical application of technology to tackle the climate change. More, the UK government is now forcing the private sector to present detailed plans to achieve Net Zero by 2050. And the plans have to be presented in less than 14 months.
Bill Gates said, “at COP26 we need to think about how to turn lab-proven concepts into ubiquitous products that people want and can afford to buy.”
The key here is – affordability. Technology enthusiasts and brilliant minds have been developing some of the most incredible ideas and products behind closed doors. Many of these remained being prototypes due to unaffordable costs.
In Arloid we use Deep Reinforcement Learning and Digital Twin to find how much carbon footprint can be reduced and how much energy can be saved through eliminating human error and through optimization of HVAC systems management.
Get in touch with us to learn about our work and how we can help you to win race to Net Zero.