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Industrial IoT

Industrial IoT

Der deutsche Industrial-IoT-Markt 2017-2022. Zahlen und Fakten

Im internationalen Vergleich ist der deutsche Markt für Industrial-IoT hoch entwickelt und wird sich in den nächsten fünf Jahren mehr als verdoppeln, auf circa 16,8 Milliarden Euro Umsatz im Jahr 2022. Zu diesem Ergebnis kommt unsere gemeinsam mit dem eco – Verband der Internetwirtschaft e. V verfasste Studie. Die beiden stärksten Segmente sind die Automobilindustrie sowie der Maschinenbau: gemeinsam machen sie über 50 Prozent des gesamten Industrial-IoT-Marktes in Deutschland aus.

Datum: November 2017

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Executive Event “Procurement 4.0 in the digital world”

Executive Event “Procurement 4.0 in the digital world”

Making procurement smarter through digitalization and new technologies

CPOs of key industry players discussed the current challenges in the procurement function in today’s fast-paced digital age in which technology has ever-increasing importance for businesses and their corresponding activities.

Datum: November 2017

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Datei herunterladen: ADL_Executive_event_Procurement_4.0_in_the_digital_world.pdf (.PDF, 800 Kb)

Generating business value from data

Generating business value from data

Safeguarding reputation and improving efficiency through data-driven risk models

With advances in technology, companies are now collecting far greater quantities of data about their business processes and assets than before. However, existing assurance processes rarely benefit from this data, which limits access to richer insight and may lead to false assurance on performance.

Datum: November 2017

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Datei herunterladen: ADL_Generating_business_value_01.pdf (.PDF, 514 Kb)

Executive Event “Data Driven Business Models – the next Gold-rush?”

Executive Event “Data Driven Business Models – the next Gold-rush?”

Annual executive conference during the Octoberfest in Munich

On September 22, 2017, Arthur D. Little hosted its annual executive conference in Munich, welcoming more than 50 senior executives from different industries in Europe, the Middle East, Asia-Pacific, and the US.

Datum: November 2017

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Datei herunterladen: ADL_Executive_event_Data_Driven_Business_Models.pdf (.PDF, 487 Kb)

Beyond carrots and sticks

Beyond carrots and sticks

Unlocking safety gains through understanding irrational behavior

Many organizations struggle to achieve continuous improvements in safety performance because of the challenges in getting people to change their behavior. We explore how improved understanding of human behavior can help to break through barriers to safety improvement.

Datum: Oktober 2017

Datei herunterladen: ADL__Beyond__Carrots_and_Sticks_01.pdf (.PDF, 966 Kb)

Efficiency & effectiveness in rail operations

Efficiency & effectiveness in rail operations

The role of long-term capex planning and major asset renewal and replacement

In this Viewpoint, we examine the challenge faced by major rail operators in Asia as they seek to address the unavoidable reality of aging assets, while at the same time delivering major capital projects. We then highlight the role that effective long-term capex planning and execution can play in helping operators to overcome the “totex dilemma” and optimize the efficiency and effectiveness of rail operations.

Datum: Oktober 2017

Datei herunterladen: ADL__EE_Rail_Operators_01.pdf (.PDF, 409 Kb)

Autonomous Driving in an Urban Context

Autonomous Driving in an Urban Context

In our Munich office we carried out an Executive Roundtable covering the topic of “Autonomous Driving in an Urban Context”.

The aim of the event was to provide its participants with the opportunity to be part of an interactive, cross-industry session with exchanges of real-life experiences presented by top management representatives from the automotive, telecommunication, engineering and electronics industries, as well as from technology start-ups. 

Datum: Oktober 2017

Datei herunterladen: ADL_Executive_Roundtable_Autonomous_Driving.pdf (.PDF, 622 Kb)

Car sharing in China: another storm is coming in city mobility

Car sharing in China: another storm is coming in city mobility

The booming car-sharing business in China, its challenges and key success factors

After Didi acquired Uber China in 2016, the fierce battle between the two chauffeur giants came to an end, resulting in a large customer pool that was well educated on new urban mobility. Now the battle in city mobility continues, with another storm coming in - car sharing. Arthur D. Little analyzes the market dynamics, major challenges, and implications for the future.

Datum: Oktober 2017

Datei herunterladen: ADL_Car_Sharing_01.pdf (.PDF, 356 Kb)

A tipping point in airport-industry economics: securing profits in uncertain times

A tipping point in airport-industry economics: securing profits in uncertain times

Arthur D. Little explores how airports must adapt their business models

At a time when the airport industry has never been so attractive, Arthur D. Little explores how airports must deal with undamental disruptions in their business models. This calls for strong CxO focus and bolder and faster moves to guarantee value creation for all stakeholders in the ecosystem.

Datum: Oktober 2017

Datei herunterladen: ADL_Aviation_-_Tipping_Points_for_Airports_01.pdf (.PDF, 302 Kb)

ICT security in the digital transformation era

ICT security in the digital transformation era

Do organizations need a digital security strategy?

Digital transformation and Cyberspace increase, as a result of IoT (internet of things) and Industry 4.0 spreading, will increase the risk of cyber-attacks. Public and private organizations need to define a strategy, an organization, processes and how to manage the information capable of mitigating cyber threats while remaining aligned with security, confidentiality and traceability requirements for compliance with recent regulations.

Datum: September 2017

Datei herunterladen: _ADL_ICT_Security.pdf (.PDF, 388 Kb)