Autonomous Systems and Smart Environments for a sustainable life

Erwin Schoitsch (Speaker, Invited Keynote)

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Abstract

Sustainability and Resilience of Economy and Society are one of the possible benefits which can result from the smart technologies on which the paradigm of “Society 5.0” is based. Smart
technologies are the drivers of economic and societal disruptive changes and a chance to shape our future in a beneficial way as enablers of a sustainable, “green” world.
The European “Green Deal” and the European Values of human rights, ethical considerations and societal inclusion are foundation for an update of the Japanese-proposed “Society 5.0” and a “European-type” of implementation of the 17 UN SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) as a way (contribution) to resolve the current crisis (climate change, aging society, shortage of critical resources resulting in critical dependencies, unbalanced world economy and powers). The paper will show an example which demonstrates mitigation of these risks by smart technologies and high automation including autonomous systems and building of smart environments.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIDIMT-2023 : New Challenges for ICT and Management : 31st Interdisciplinary Information Management
Subtitle of host publication31st Interdisciplinary Information Management Talks
Pages133-142
Number of pages10
Volume52
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2023
Event31st Interdisciplinary Information Management Talks on “New Challenges for ICT and Management“ - Hradec Králové, Hradec Králové, Czech Republic
Duration: 6 Sept 20238 Sept 2023

Conference

Conference31st Interdisciplinary Information Management Talks on “New Challenges for ICT and Management“
Country/TerritoryCzech Republic
CityHradec Králové
Period6/09/238/09/23

Research Field

  • Dependable Systems Engineering

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