With IoT, Sanku mill workers will now be able to monitor up to 100 dosifiers in real-time, through data-driven insights on equipment performance, maintenance and power supply. IoT allows Sanku to optimize performance and scale its operations significantly. Using IoT, Sanku will expand its efforts across an estimated 3,000 mills in the next four years. By 2025, Sanku aims to have IoT in over 15,000 mills, providing fortified flour to 100 million people in need.
According to the EPA, the transportation industry was the largest contributor of greenhouse gas emissions in 2016 in the U.S., accounting for 28.5 percent of all air pollution. While ride-sharing services and alternative energy cars are offering new options to reduce carbon emissions, advances in IoT and mobile technology are also providing new and unexpected ways to combat this global issue.
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