Insuring the future of mobility
If people stop driving, what will auto insurers, well, insure? The rise of ridesharing and autonomous cars—as part of the new mobility ecosystem—means that the insurance industry should reconsider its time-honored business model. While some revenue streams will likely dry up, new ones will begin flowing.
The future of auto retailing
How will tomorrow's car salesman sell customers on ridesharing and autonomous vehicles? As the future of mobility arrives, automakers and dealerships may need to rethink their traditional operations to appeal to customers looking for customization and connectedness.
Industry 4.0 and manufacturing ecosystems
The marriage of advanced manufacturing techniques with information technology, data, and analytics is driving another industrial revolution—one that invites manufacturing leaders to combine information technology and operations technology to create value in new and different ways.
Global Automotive Consumer Study
Future of automotive technologies
In the first-ever Southeast Asia edition of the Automotive Consumer Survey conducted in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand which surveyed 1,500 consumers, this publication reveals some interesting insights into how consumers in Southeast Asia feel about the rapidly evolving in-vehicle technologies.
Industry 4.0 and the chemicals industry
Industry 4.0, which combines digital and physical advanced technologies, can potentially transform the chemicals industry, itself the backbone of many end-market industries. Through the dual areas of business operations and growth, these technologies enable “smart” supply chains and factories, as well as create new business models.