Last August Dashboard wrote about green energy’s black sides – how despite the hype and positive media coverage it is not nearly as environmentally friendly as it is made out to be.
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As Mobile World Congress progresses, members of the Dashboard team are busy meeting, greeting and speaking with key companies to build greater relations and cement partnerships that will help accelerate our progress and success.
How energy can be created from renewable sources is still a topic that causes awe and intrigue around communities and is often discussed in TED talks, professional seminars and corporate lectures.
The team touched down in Barcelona on Sunday to be fresh and ready Monday for the start of MWC17. With lots of meetings booked, seminars to attend and general networking, the event looks to be a busy week for the whole team.
Dashboard has recently published a number of articles concerning batteries and new solutions for energy sources, as this is an important area of innovation for us.
Britain’s leading trade association for suppliers of energy companies Energy Industries Council (EIC) has commenced its initiative on understanding the UK’s energy infrastructure.
Innovation is no easy feat but sometimes it must be given direction and defined limits to ensure it can be converted to useful concepts, services or products.
IoT is decidedly an intelligent new form of technological evolution but it has had its setbacks in its relatively short existence. Namely this comprises security, which has been an area of concern since its creation.
On January 23rd, Theresa May presented the UK with the latest industrial strategy. The announcement highlighted how the government will heavily invest and encourage robotics, AI and 5G wireless internet.
Dashboard has been speaking, writing and promoting the positive effects of the digital oilfield since its very founding. Not only do we think it is the only way going forward but we also see it as just one way of how technology should be incorporated into oil and gas permanently.