Technological Innovations Group (TIG) has announced that its vendor partner, GUDE Systems – renowned for its power distribution units and remote power monitoring systems – has published a white paper on how to reduce energy consumption in business AV settings.
The new white paper, created in collaboration with macom GmbH, seeks to address the question of sustainability including savings in power consumption and a reduction in CO2 emissions.
Its findings include analyses of levels of carbon emissions by reducing power consumption in stand-by modes at night and on weekends, using switchable IP power strips that can automatically shut down AV applications outside of business hours.
Additionally, the paper discusses how the trend towards sustainability also comes with cost savings. The white paper presents these savings according to room sizes and duration of use, so that anyone specifying AV equipment for meeting rooms can point to these figures when calculating how they can reduce energy costs and increase their sustainability by using intelligent switching routines.
Steven Dullaert, TIG’s director of sales comments: “This new research highlights GUDE’s dedication to providing users with lower costs and a better carbon footprint. It shows how we’re not just making promises in terms of savings and sustainability but are delivering on them.”
The white paper can be accessed here.