Webinar: IoT for Sustainability - a Discussion with RGNT Motorcycles

Date: June 28, 2022
Time: 11:00 – 11:30 CET

What role is IoT playing in the global push towards climate action and sustainability?

RGNT Motorcycles, a Swedish manufacturer of high end, hand- crafted electric motorcycles, is one of many Telenor IoT customers pushing towards the production of environmentally friendly products. But can IoT actually make a difference?

Alastair Jackson, manager for Climate and Environment at Telenor Group, is joined by Gideon Schipaanboord, Head of Marketing at RGNT Motorcycles, as they discuss how IoT is helping to facilitate the shift towards sustainability in the EV market.

Join us on 28th June 2022 for an in-depth discussion of the possibilities (and challenges!) of IoT for sustainability.

Live audience members will have the opportunity to put their own questions to Gideon and Alastair in real time at the end of the interview.

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