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Blockchain in transport – Awaiting the breakthrough

Blockchain seems the perfect solution for the complex, decentralized supply chains of the transport sector, but results to date have been disappointing. In this article, we analyze the latest global research with industry executives and use the findings to determine what needs to happen for the...
Strategy

The 5F War Room

Ensuring health & safety while preparing recovery and future growth

Businesses worldwide are facing unprecedented challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic. The paramount need is to secure health and safety for the workforce, clients and our societies at large. Beyond that, impact on demand is brutal, with companies forced to juggle major downturns and upturns for...
Strategy, Organization & transformation, Operations management

Is your city ready to go digital?

How 5G use cases will unleash your city’s full potential

Today, cities face a multitude of challenges originating from societal and technological changes: population growth, urbanization, infrastructure provision, crime and cyber-crime, and environmental pollution. These challenges necessitate new digital use cases. A variety of use cases based on 5G,...
Public services, Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME), Strategy, Marketing & sales, Digital company transformation

Energy retailers: Facing the toughest transition in the

Energy retailers in Europe need to leverage an increasingly open energy ecosystem to differentiate and stay competitive

Utilities & alternative energy, Strategy

The evolution of public EV charging

What will happen when charging becomes a commodity?

The European public EV charging market is heading for disruption. Although the market is still at an embryonic stage, EV charging is already about to become a commodity and players need to innovate in several directions to stay in business. Some are still hesitating, while others are already...
Automotive, Strategy, Sustainability

From sticky-notes to implementation

Customer journeys in the energy sector – Getting it right the first time

Customer journeys are a way for energy companies to record every interaction with their customers, getting an end-toend view of the journeys and processes the customer goes through. It allows them to see processes from the customer perspective, which is a powerful tool to steer the customer...
Utilities & alternative energy, Strategy, Marketing & sales

Queens, knights and “TowerCos”: Telecom chess

Staying ahead in the game

Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME), Strategy

Autonomous machines in the fast lane?

The path forward to autonomy in agriculture, construction and material handling

Imagine a field with a fleet of unmanned harvesters or a quarry in which driverless trucks transport rocks. Is this a sciencefiction scene? It actually is not: off-highway (OH) vehicles, primarily or exclusively used on private property, are autonomous pioneers in many ways. All major OEMs develop...
Automotive, Strategy

After the hype: Where is the carbon car?

Opportunities for carbon composites in the automotive industry

In 2013, the “carbon hype” in the automotive industry reached a peak when BMW presented an electric mega-city vehicle, the i3, with a fully carbon body. At that time, EVs and stricter CO2 targets were expected to bring the breakthrough for carbon fiber cars. However, five years later, applications...
Automotive, Strategy, Sustainability

The Lebanon municipal solid waste crisis

Insights into long-term solutions

Most developed countries have established solid waste management practices to deal with different types of waste in economical and environmentally friendly ways, including industrial and hazardous waste, medical waste, construction and demolition waste, agricultural waste, waste-water sludge and...
Public services, Utilities & alternative energy, Strategy, Organization & transformation