IoT And Blockchain Will be Used To Manage Climate Change-KPMG Leader
It should be noted that IoT is systems of intertwined devices that are rooted with sensors, software and network connectivity that enables them to collect and exchange data.
KPMG is at the moment is present in 154 countries. Ghosh disclosed that the is seeing an expansion in emerging economies targeted on automating air quality control mechanisms.
Inasmuch as Ghosh declined to go into detail of these discussions with KPMG, a recent report reveled that the air quality market size is expected to reach $6.5 billion by 2025. The report also had it that the use of wireless communication networks for IoT-based air quality monitoring systems is likely to be the future.
Ghosh further explained that accounting standards powered by blockchain-based protocols are being applied to enable climate management to ensure carbon offset.
IoT-empowered gadgets furnish areas with answers for limit outflows. A system of stationary sensors can give a wellspring of chronicled information about air or water contamination. Point source observing of water assets shows where IoT sensors can be introduced specifically areas to screen sewage outfalls or tempest depletes after some time.