At Mobile World Congress Los Angeles 2021 we are initiating the conversation on what it means to improve the way we live and how we treat our planet.
Vodafone is committed to helping all our business customers reduce their own carbon emissions by a cumulative total of 350 million tonnes globally by 2030.
Together we can
We are a partner that shares your responsible approach to global business. Through collaboration with our partners and customers, we hope to overcome critical global challenges by improving wide-reaching environmental, social and economic issues.
The issue of climate change has become much more significant and urgent in recent years. The public are more vocal about their expectations for action, regulation has increased and businesses are being more proactive. Many organisations are turning to technology for help. We can provide innovative solutions that will help you meet tightening sustainability targets, and continue to respect our natural environment.
Vodafone seeks to ensure no one is left behind. We are focused on access to connectivity, digital skills and creating relevant products and services, such as access to education, healthcare and finance.
Vodafone believes that urgent and sustained action is required to address the climate emergency. Digital technology holds the key to saving energy, using natural resources more efficiently and creating a circular economy.
Connectivity and digital services can strengthen society’s resilience, helping people and businesses thrive, enabling people to work, learn, stay in touch, access healthcare and much more.
Explore the world of possibilities for the digital era
IoT portable traffic emergency light
Help Flash IoT is a luminous device that can replace emergency warning triangles for motorists providing security and safety while travelling.
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Hello Tractor proves access is everything: how IoT is raising agricultural incomes
Digital transformation is a data-centric revolution that is opening up new opportunities across multiple sectors and geographies.
The Internet of Things, or IoT, plays a key role in this and is enabling businesses to make their operations more efficient and even helps them create completely new revenue streams.
Vodafone Business and Landis+Gyr make energy management smart with the Internet of Things
Companies enter an industry-first partnership to simplify the integration of smart devices into energy grids and accelerate the adoption of green energy technology.
Landis+Gyr, the leading global provider of integrated energy management solutions for the utility sector, and Vodafone Business, a leader in IoT with over 100m connections worldwide, today announced a new strategic global agreement.
Moocall case study
The idea for the Moocall calving sensor came about when one of the Moocall founding team, Niall Austin lost a heifer and her calf due to a difficult calving back in 2010. He had a theory that a device to measure tail movement might be able to predict the onset of calving.