Kigen’s Vincent Korstanje explains why green transport relies on secure, trusted environments


With the need to reverse long-term trends that have increased CO2 production and contributed to global warming well understood, IoT has the opportunity to demonstrate the value it can deliver to the transport sector by delivering a greener planet through encouraging eco-friendly behaviour.

Inside the CEO Guide to Green Transport:

NEWS: CargoAI launches new features for CO2 emission calculation, L-charge launches LPG-powered EV chargers

TALKING HEADS: Kigen’s Vincent Korstanje tells George Malim that IoT is enabling the practices and processes that are making transport of both passengers and cargo greener and why trusted, secure environments are the fundamental enablers of environmentally friendlier modes of transport.

REPORT: Will transport take the green route to the future? George Malim, the managing editor of IoT Now, assesses how IoT is enabling the next wave of green transport.

THE CONTRACT HOT LIST: IoT Now’s Hot List details the deals agreed in February 2021


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