Advanced technology has given rise to a new role for monitoring software. In the world of the Internet of Things, for instance, innovative startups like Hologram are combining the security benefits of using software and hardware to build a defense layer against cyber-attackers.
Supply chain visibility is an absolute must for companies in the infrastructure space. As solar panel manufacturing becomes disparate—especially when production capabilities are global—risk and failure rates arise.
The solar energy industry isn’t the struggling newcomer it used to be.
As the solar industry grows and serves more and more electricity consumers, its impact on and integration into existing grids and systems renders it a key part of our electricity-generation-and-distribution system.
By 2050, solar will be a major source of the world’s power, according to research from MIT and the Institute for Research and Technology (ITT) at Comillas University in Spain. But the same research pointed out that energy grids worldwide are not prepared for the future of solar energy.