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A New Approach to Collaboration: Re-thinking Telco’s...

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As the world’s largest telecom operator’s move away from innovation pipelines focused entirely on raw computing power and technology breakthroughs, a new report from global management consultancy Arthur D. Little (ADL) urges operators to embrace open innovation in order to capitalize on the...

Press Release
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Getting online simply and easily should not be something...

This article discusses how over the past 10 years, small and medium businesses (SMEs) have experienced huge changes to the way they do business, with almost everything requiring a level of online interaction. However, when it comes to broadband, SMEs are left feeling the brunt of bureaucratic...

In the Press
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Consumer health in the digital age

This online feature article is adapted from Arthur D. Little’s recent Viewpoint on ‘Embracing the Consumer Health Opportunity. Consumer health is a broad definition, covering everything from a gym-goer aiming to stay healthy to a patient looking to manage a chronic disease.

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Healthcare & life sciences

OEMs face critical customers

The global automobile industry is facing three megatrends. Car sharing, autonomous driving and electric vehicles are the main challenges for the future. Arthur D. Little conducted a study of 6,500 global customers to find out what they thought of these new trends.

In the Press
Automotive

The strategic questions telcos must consider to succeed in...

Smart city initiatives are constantly evolving around the globe. At present, more than 100 cities are implementing some kind of smart solution within their ecosystem and by 2020, Arthur D. Little predicts that the global market will grow to a whopping size of more than $2 trillion.

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Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Smart City market revenues to grow to 2 trillion by 2020

This online feature article is adapted from Arthur D. Little’s recent Viewpoint on telecommunication providers as enablers for Smart Cities. Arthur D. Little research predicts that Smart City revenues are expected to increase by almost 14% in the coming years, growing to $2 trillion by 2020 and...

In the Press
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Europe’s energetic future

Matthias von Bechtolsheim, partner in Arthur D. Little’s energy and utilities practice, was interviewed about the French energy turnaround. The French government recently passed a law to increase the usage of renewable energies, and nuclear energy is planned to be reduced from 75% to 50%.

In the Press
Utilities & alternative energy

The offerings of Germany's best airports

Passengers expect a wide range of entertainment offers when they visit airports. “Shopping miles” and restaurant and visitor platforms are already common. Airports are on the verge of becoming adventure worlds for passengers. The German newspaper Wirtschaftswoche examined the country’s 10...

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Travel & transportation

"It will take longer than 2020, but the future belongs...

Thomas Becker, Associate Director for Automotive and Mobility at Arthur D. Little, has little doubt that electric vehicles will form the future of mobility. Nevertheless, he is pessimistic about the governmental goal of 1 million electric cars on German roads by 2020. Currently Germany is far...

In the Press
Automotive

Interview – “Onshore wind energy and solar energy will...

The German “Energiewende” is a signature project of the German federal government. It includes not only the reduction of CO2 emissions, but also a nuclear phase-out. Furthermore, Germany will no longer rely on coal-fired power. Heating, electric power and mobility are the three backbones of the...

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Utilities & alternative energy