Energy Efficient Logistic: Issues and Challenges
There is a rapid rotation of the world we are familiar with. This is one of the most significant revolutions in history, the Industrial Revolution (IR). We are living in an era when connection is more important than ever before. Unlike previous industrial revolutions that relied on steam or mass production models, or on computers, the current fourth industrial revolution is based on the Internet of Things (IoT). People, data, and systems may now interact with one other in new and innovative ways because to connectedness. Connectivity is sometimes referred to as “smart technology,” in which case the phrases “data,” “system,” “control,” “monitoring,” “automation,” and “artificial intelligence” are all used interchangeably. It's important to remember that energy is one of the most important aspects of our lives. Energy informatics has a critical role to play in obtaining ecologically sustainable energy in our society today. With the goal of providing an overview of the energy informatics framework and the role it plays in reducing energy use, CO2, and demand, this article was produced. Energy informatics is used to highlight the function of information systems in creating a green and clean environment. The difficulties we face in our efforts to become green are addressed. In addition, towards the conclusion of the study, there are suggestions for attaining energy-efficient logistics.
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