About this episode
In episode 9, Anne Høyer – Head of Strategic Partnerships at Danfoss joins host Tom White to explore the role of IoT in the green transition. They explore some of the climate solution projects including commercial and residential cooling, energy impacts on business and debate whether IoT really is an ally for the climate crisis?
This Episode Showcases…
- What climate solutions/projects are happening at Danfoss?
- The greenest energy is the energy we don’t use – what does this mean?
- Coldchain tracking use cases in the supermarket
- Does IoT have the potential to solve the energy crisis?
And much more!
What is The 5V Podcast?
The 5V Podcast is a special one-off season that we put together as a celebration of our company values after we launched 5V Media; a media provider for the IoT and wider tech world. 5V Media powers The IoT Podcast, events, video content and much more! Until next time sit back, relax, tune in a discover the people, initiatives and communities driving technology as a force for good!
About our guest
Anne is an expert in data-driven innovation, who started her technology career at SAP and quickly progressed to a global role in the industry. Having held several roles within IoT as; Head of Business Strategy, Commercial Product Manager, and Director of Strategic Partnerships, at both SAP and CGI, while relocating across Spain, Germany and France.
Currently, Anne holds the position of Head of Strategic Partnerships at Danfoss. In 2017 Anne was named one of the top 30 inspirational women in Technology by Inc.com and in 2019 she was elected official Goodwill Ambassador for the Greater Copenhagen Region, globally representing her country’s capital in technology.
Danfoss engineers solutions that increase machine productivity, reduce emissions, lower energy consumption, and enable electrification. Their solutions are used in areas including refrigeration, air conditioning, heating, power conversion, motor control, industrial machinery, automotive, marine, and off- and on-highway equipment, as well as provide solutions for renewable energy, such as solar and wind power and district-energy infrastructure for cities.
Find out more about Danfoss Climate Solutions – Here