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Innovation against climate change

Be it companies, governments or individuals, everyone is now taking cognizance of climate change and doing their bit to conserve natural resources and save the planet.

In this issue of the Future Practice magazine, read about how organizations are embracing innovation to make effective decisions around carbon neutrality and our environment.

Adel Al-Saleh, T-Systems CEO in front of his electronic business vehicles fleet.
Adel Al-Saleh, T-Systems CEO 2018-2023

Rethink the System

After all, tomorrow’s climate targets cannot be achieved using yesterday’s technologies.

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Adeje rides the Smart Beach wave

How a coastal city in the Canary Islands of Spain is embracing “smart tourism” as part of its ambitious smart city project with help from T-Systems’ AERO-PULSE platform.

A service technician with safety glasses is working below a wagon and taking measurements with a mobile device.

Damaged wagon management reduces downtime

DB Cargo: Data analysis enables more operating time on the tracks.

A laughing truck driver.

Notching up the miles, smiles, and savings

“Liga na Estrada” – explore how this innovative application co-developed by T-Systems and Mercedes-Benz do Brasil works and how it helps drivers and fleet owners.

Three persons at a train station, talking to each other

Interview with Oliver Wolff, CEO of the Verband Deutscher Verkehrsunternehmen

Our guest for this issue, Oliver Wolff, talks about the prospect of offering bus and train drivers a uniform public transport experience.

A man carrying a large package and a woman, both looking on a tablet.

Delivery Note 2.0 setting new standards in transport logistics

Gone are the days of paper chaos and red tape in the delivery industry, thanks to Cloud4Log, a project created jointly by GS1 and the Bundesvereinigung Logistik.

The view out of a cornfield into the sky, directly ahead is an electric tower.

Two-dimensional sustainability

Using SAP solutions and operations to tackle carbon footprints.

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“Flower.Power” without any folklore

How the electricity and gas network operator Bayernwerk AG playfully promotes sustainable energy sources to its customers.

The view out of a car, you can see the steering wheel and the cars in front of your own that are stucked in a traffic jam.

Mobilithek goes mobile

Networked mobility with central data management that is mandatory by law offers a way out of the problems of public transport in terms of overcrowding and searching for connections.

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The opera diva from the computer

The first-ever AI opera, Chasing Waterfalls, premièred in Dresden.

The grandstand of a stadium with a view to the football play.

Stable factor at the top of the “Fußball-Bundesliga”

1. FC Köln was able to tackle fluctuating fan footfall on its website, thanks to an AWS solution from T-Systems.

Guardian of the Tried and True, Master of New Horizons, and Magician of Disruption.

Which type of hero are you?

A T-Systems Personality Check is a fun way of determining how things stand – in technical discussions about clouds, for instance.

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Alliance against blackouts

How can the integrated security approach help companies from the energy sector struggling with increasingly sophisticated attacks and a shortage of qualified security experts?

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