How to measure the effectiveness of “anti-pollution” software?

by bold-lichterman

The controversy triggered by Volkswagen software raises the question of the trust that should be placed in new so-called “green” software. After the discovery of the car manufacturer’s fake anti-pollution software, how do you measure the “good” software that limits the energy consumption of electronic devices? What are the mandatory criteria that characterize environmentally friendly software?

In 2013, Greensoft, a German company, published a presentation on intelligent and environmentally friendly software, which the German Ministry of Research and Education had sponsored. Something to inspire the designers of these new programs that will be part of everyday life, in cars, or connected objects.