Hancock Natural Resource Group: Investing Beyond TodayHNRG is one of the world’s largest natural resource managers for institutional investors.
HNRG occupies a unique position as a steward of assets and land: find out how they are using this position to influence positive sustainability.
Redefining banking for a better future - Bank of the WestSustainable growth in the age of climate change
Bank of the West is working for a better future. Find out how Bank of the West is bringing sustainability and gender equality to finance.
Building synergy: Vermilion Energy Inc. creates geothermal energy from traditional oil productionShared value principles boost economic and social capacity
An innovative exchange between tomato greenhouses and oil production demonstrates how partnerships can play a critical role in the energy transition.
Konica Minolta: Digital Responsibility for a sustainable societyKonica Minolta strives for economic and social value through innovations. It includes how digitalisation can be done in a more sustainable way or to use digitisation for sustainable solutions.
Our vision for sustainabilitySuccessful business must act responsibly
Taking action on climate change is a priority. Legal & General challenge the companies they invest in to take carbon reduction seriously and contribute to a climate positive future.
The Panasonic Approach To SustainabilityPanasonic’s view of sustainability is deeply rooted in its management philosophy, which has remained unchanged for the last 100 years. As such, it is reflected in the principles laid down by the founder, Konosuke Matsushita, who called for the company to “make contributions to the progress of society and the well-being of people through our business activities.” As the company proceeds with its next 100 years, this spirit is still very much alive, as expressed in Panasonic’s corporate slogan, “A Better Life, A Better World,” which was established in 2013.
Siemens: Advancing technologies to serve societyWith a 172-year history, thinking and acting in the interest of future generations is part of our company’s DNA. Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet theirs can only be accomplished by adopting long-term thinking and creating the foundations for sustainable development.
Our understanding of sustainability is fully based on our company values – responsible, excellent, innovative.
How can the legal sector drive sustainability?The rule of law is central to stable society, and driving global sustainability
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, tracing its history to 1743, is one of the most prestigious multinational law firms in the world. How are they contributing to the SDGs? Find out more here: bloomberg.com/ad/tbd-media/50-sustainability--climate-leaders
Urban Planning Supported by Technology in a Sustainable and Transparent Way
Engineering helps customers to use technology to create solutions.
Engineering Innovation in Augmented City
All around the world we are witnessing cities becoming larger and more complex to manage and to live in. This “urbanization” trend can be supported and managed though. To support Cities we do not believe that technology is the (only) answer, but smart, sustainable services are. We believe that services, built around core processes, that leverage traditional technology as well as the new digital enabling technologies are the way forward. Smart Services where ultimately technology is embedded to allow all players to focus on results. We focus on core processes (ex: mobility and tax management) and we are working to transform them, via Public Private Partnerships. The Smart City concept is basically: Urban planning supported by digital technology, offering new models.
Engineering’s is one of Europe’s and longest standing Technology companies. We offer services, deliver projects and build solutions, applications and platforms. We have worked for and with our clients in some cases for 3 or 4 decades and our knowledge of their core processes is deep. Coupling this knowledge with our skills in both traditional and new technologies is our way of approaching digital transformation. We help our customers bridge the gap from technology to business outcomes by anticipating their needs, exploring innovative and frontier technologies and focusing our services to their business needs.
The Engineering Group, coming from an impressive growth as a technology provider, understood early on that supporting cities challenges required a dedicated approach. For this reason, a few years ago, was founded Municipia (latin word that means city), the Engineering’s company dedicated to this.
Our mission is to augment cities. At Engineering we believe that improving the quality of life, for all city actors, by augmenting the way they use time and space can only be achieved by delivering sustainable, smart services. This enables citizens as well as business to live, work, use cities in a sustainable and durable way, acting on 5 main focus areas: Security, Mobility, Sustainability, Interactivity and Welfare.
Moving towards Data economy combining data from different data sources embracing all data providers. At the core of everything is Data. Data which is locked away across multiple silos, spread across multiple applications. Ultimately Data which can not be fully leveraged.
Digital transformation is the key. We are witnessing a subtle but decisive change: we are shifting from technology platforms to digital business platforms. We have built an ecosystem platform for Augmented Cities and beyond to harmonize data, called Digital Enabler. This platform allows data from different sources to be discovered (in the case of open data), collected, harmonized, synchronized and integrated. It is used to develop new digital services as well as digitally enabling older technologies and outdated applications. In the Augmented City context it opens up city data and allows it to be enriched and utilized as a first step towards digital transformation and a new data economy. It provides a single point of knowledge useful to monitor how monitored actions and activities affect city.
Augmented City White Paper: https://www.eng.it/en/white-papers/augmented-city