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By Charul Jain February 22,2017

Information & Communication Technologies (ICT) is defined as the use of telecommunications equipment, electronic computing equipment and related software to convert, store, process, transmit and receive mostly digital informative data. This term can be understood by a common example: In a landline telephone system, messages are conveyed as signals on wires. The message is conveyed electronically. Manipulation of data takes place when you speak into the phone – your words are transformed into electronic signals.

By Charul Jain January 16,2017

The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) is a statutory organization whose principal functions, as spelt out in the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974, and the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 is-

By Saurabh Khanna December 19,2016

 

Until the early 2000’s anyone in the retail segment talking about energy efficient stores seemed like finding water on mars. Thanks to the technological advancements in the world happening all across it was easy to turn the table around and converting a myth to a new possibility.

By Saurabh Khanna October 25,2016

 

Fuel (hear cost) is one big thing which is disturbing the fleet management organizations in today’s era. Most of them have already understood the value of a FMS (Fuel Monitoring System) and have started implementing while the rest are still in the discovery stage. 



This blog speaks about the benefits that a FMS offers –

1. Tracking cost per mile –

By administrator August 09,2016

Written by Saurabh Khanna

Everyone might have heard of connected devices and the internet of things. Devices that can communicate with one another (from wearables, to cars, to smart meters) are very much here – and McKinsey&Co estimates that the internet of things could be worth up to $11.1 trillion per year by 2025.

The internet of things have already started infiltrating areas of your life you probably never even thought of, like sport, sleeping and even buildings.

Where the Wireless Things Are—and Why

By Saurabh Khanna June 16,2016

 

There are many myths revolving around Energy Management, the biggest being “adding a bunch of energy-efficient features to a new home will drive its cost up significantly.”

So what exactly is an Energy Management System, how does it work, what add-on benefits does it have? We will try and cover all the aspects in this article. 

What is an Energy Management System (EnMS)?

By administrator May 27,2016

Written by Abhijeet Mishra

Every living thing on earth needs water to survive. Human bodies are made up of more than 60 percent water! We use clean water to drink, grow crops for food, operate factories, and for swimming, surfing, fishing and sailing. Water is vitally important to every aspect of our lives.

By Saurabh Khanna May 18,2016

 

Africa is the world's second-largest and second-most-populous continent. It covers 6% of Earth's total surface area and 20.4% of its total land area. With 1.1 billion people as of 2013, it accounts for about 15% of the world's human population. 

By Saurabh Khanna May 13,2016

 

Information and communication technologies provide new tools that can be used to enhance energy efficiency and reduce costs.

Faced with tightening budgets and a growing list of mandates to save energy, reduce greenhouse emissions, and enhance sustainability, government agencies and corporate houses are increasingly turning to ICT to help meet these objectives

By administrator May 10,2016

Written by- Raj Saxena

Cloud means "Internet based computing" where various services like storage, servers and applications are available on-demand and charged as per the usage. It is basically based on the sharing of resources where the various resources which are available at same or different locations can be used by offered services which do their jobs as given. In this sense we ensure the maximum usage of resources and technology.