Challenge: Help Solve World Hunger by 2030

Eliminating food insecurity and sustainably, nutritiously and inclusively feeding a growing population

Hungry for solutions: HPE & the World Economic Forum tackle feeding the world

CTO Mark Potter explores our first societal challenge – to help solve world hunger by 2030

HPE & the World Economic Forum launch Tech Impact 2030

Bringing together industry, technology, academia and government to power meaningful change by the year 2030

Focus Area
Tech Impact 2030
Putting technology to work to tackle societal challenges and achieve real change
World Economic Forum
WHITEPAPER: Innovation with a Purpose
The role of technology innovation in accelerating food systems transformation
Blog Post
Intelligent IoT Powers Purdue’s Digital Agriculture Initiative for Food Security Worldwide
Real-time field data automation effort works to produce food, fuel and fiber more effectively than ever before
VIDEO: Purdue University, HPE and Aruba: Partnering to solve world hunger
New digital agriculture program uses IoT to gather, transmit, and analyze field data
Precision agriculture yields higher profits, lower risks
Technology is transforming agriculture to feed a growing population
Blog Post
World’s largest citrus cooperative turns to Key Info and Hewlett Packard Enterprise for Disaster Recovery as a Service
Key Info automates Sunkist recovery process using HPE 3PAR storage, HPE ProLiant servers and HPE Altoline switches
VIDEO: HPE and Purdue: Revolutionizing farming research
Digital agriculture is poised to improve the health and well-being of every individual on the planet
Purdue University’s digital agriculture initiative advances farming and food production with HPE Aruba solutions
Digital agriculture program blends research, innovations and disruptive IoT technologies to increase food production for a growing, global gopulation
How the Internet of Things could help feed the world
How might the IoT help us address fundamental challenges, like feeding our growing global population?
Agricultural genomics: Feeding a growing, hungry world
Next-generation agriculture requires immense computing power
The New York Times
What if things start to think for themselves?
How intelligence at the edge can solve some of the world’s greatest challenges