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The green future of industrial sustainability

Achieving sustainable operations is one of the most important challenges that manufacturing and process industries have ever faced.


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The green future of industrial sustainability

Achieving sustainable operations is one of the most important challenges that manufacturing and process industries have ever faced.

As modern industrialists, we are experiencing mounting pressure from governments, society, and investors to demonstrate sustainability practices. Today’s buyers demand eco-efficient brands, green products, responsibly sourced materials, and sustainability-focused solutions and services.

Traditionally, industrial operators have been blamed for climate change, resource scarcity, and harm to the environment and the society around them — and with good reason.

Today, industry contributes 32% of the world’s CO2 emissions and more than 73% of greenhouse gases come from energy use. The water sector alone consumes 7% of the world’s energy and generates 3-10% of total greenhouse gases. Energy intensive industries, especially, can no longer remain indifferent when it comes to embracing global sustainability efforts, nor can they afford the operational cost of energy waste.

At the same time, many of the most energy intensive industries produce the essential building blocks of society and the key components of our modern world.

That means that industry is poised to have the greatest impact on solving sustainability problems. And we already have what it takes.

“Industrial digitization supports corporate sustainability, promotes decarbonization and circularity, reduces material waste, prolongs equipment lifetime, and enables better emissions monitoring.” Bloomberg
By embracing innovative technologies alongside achievable sustainability goals, companies can easily accommodate business and market needs while also reducing their climate change impact, conserving energy and resources, and safeguarding people and the natural environment.

Reducing energy consumption is a critical step in increasing sustainability and business stability. Ideally, a process uses as little energy as possible. Simulation software helps optimize the process by improving the visibility and management of power, fuel, water, raw materials, and equipment utilization.

TIP: A more sustainable world is a more digital and electric world. Software can drive safety, lower operating costs, and improve an industrial enterprise’s sustainability outlook.

Seizing the digital opportunity – an industrial software action plan

Industrial enterprises are under pressure to adopt a digital-driven approach for their operations and for interacting with markets, customers, and the world around us.

How large language models can boost industrial automation

Generative AI like ChatGPT demonstrates in mind-blowing ways the potential impact that large language models could have on the way people interact with machines; and there is no place where people and machines interact more than in industrial automation segments.

Software, robots, and people

The role of human-centric automation in high-performing industrial businesses

Embracing the power of industrial transformation – from single site to enterprise-wide

We need to do more, and go faster, to build our resilience to future shocks, and industrial automation has a huge part to play in this. 

Information is the new currency

The primary resource of a modern society is knowledge. Data, when contextualized and combined with human insight, can be elevated to highly valuable, actionable information.

Getting smart with advanced technologies

Influential organizations are adopting artificial intelligence (AI), prescriptive analytics and digital twins to improve their processes and products and strengthen their competitive positions.

It’s time for universal automation

Until now, the industrial world has worked with closed proprietary architectures and hardware-dependent applications. Yet, in a software-driven world, interoperability is essential.

Digital transformation case studies

Learn from real world industrial companies how a seamless and collaborative dataflow can increase efficiency, sustainability, and profitability.

How to pick your software partners

A lot is at stake when selecting software partners. Implementing the wrong software, or even deploying good software the wrong way, can set your business up for failure before you even get started.

Transforming manufacturing supply chains with data

How manufacturing companies can leverage the power of data for a more resilient supply chain.