Energy Challenges for ICT

Giorgos Fagas, John Patrick Gallagher, Luca Gammaitoni, Douglas J. Paul

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The energy consumption from the expanding use of information and communications technology (ICT) is unsustainable with present drivers, and it will impact heavily on the future climate change. However, ICT devices have the potential to contribute significantly to the reduction of CO2 emission and enhance resource efficiency in other sectors, e.g., transportation (through intelligent transportation and advanced driver assistance systems and self-driving vehicles), heating (through smart building control), and manufacturing (through digital automation based on smart autonomous sensors). To address the energy sustainability of ICT and capture the full potential of ICT in resource efficiency, a multidisciplinary ICT-energy community needs to be brought together covering devices, microarchitectures, ultra large-scale integration (ULSI), high-performance computing (HPC), energy harvesting, energy storage, system design, embedded systems, efficient electronics, static analysis, and computation. In this chapter, we introduce challenges and opportunities in this emerging field and a common framework to strive towards energy-sustainable ICT.
The energy consumption from the expanding use of information and communications technology (ICT) is unsustainable with present drivers, and it will impact heavily on the future climate change. However, ICT devices have the potential to contribute significantly to the reduction of CO2 emission and enhance resource efficiency in other sectors, e.g., transportation (through intelligent transportation and advanced driver assistance systems and self-driving vehicles), heating (through smart building control), and manufacturing (through digital automation based on smart autonomous sensors). To address the energy sustainability of ICT and capture the full potential of ICT in resource efficiency, a multidisciplinary ICT-energy community needs to be brought together covering devices, microarchitectures, ultra large-scale integration (ULSI), high-performance computing (HPC), energy harvesting, energy storage, system design, embedded systems, efficient electronics, static analysis, and computation. In this chapter, we introduce challenges and opportunities in this emerging field and a common framework to strive towards energy-sustainable ICT.
SprogEngelsk
TitelICT - Energy Concepts for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability
RedaktørerGiorgos Fagas, Luca Gammaitoni, John P. Gallagher, Douglas J. Paul
Antal sider37
ForlagInTechOpen
Dato22 mar. 2017
Kapitel1
ISBN (Trykt)978-953-51-3011-6
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-953-51-3012-3
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 22 mar. 2017

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    Fagas, G., Gallagher, J. P., Gammaitoni, L., & Paul, D. J. (2017). Energy Challenges for ICT. I G. Fagas, L. Gammaitoni, J. P. Gallagher, & D. J. Paul (red.), ICT - Energy Concepts for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability InTechOpen. DOI: 10.5772/66678
    Fagas, Giorgos ; Gallagher, John Patrick ; Gammaitoni, Luca ; Paul, Douglas J./ Energy Challenges for ICT. ICT - Energy Concepts for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability. red. / Giorgos Fagas ; Luca Gammaitoni ; John P. Gallagher ; Douglas J. Paul. InTechOpen, 2017.
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