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Car ownership still important despite mobility movement,...

This article is about Arthur D. Little’s Global Automotive Study, a follow on from its 2015 study, which revealed that car desire and ownership remain strong and drivers are willing to embrace alternative drivetrains, however trust in autonomous vehicles has declined. Klaus Schmitz, a Partner at...
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Arthur D. Little Global Automotive Study outlines...

London, 17 December, 2018 – Arthur D. Little (ADL) today released its worldwide automotive market report. Key findings are that desire for car ownership remains strong, especially amongst the young, and that drivers are considering a dramatic switch to electric and hybrid vehicles (EVs). This will...
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Arthur D. Little report outlines €200 billion digital...

London, 17 December, 2018 – Arthur D. Little (ADL) today published a new research report highlighting the need for greater digitalization in the global telecoms industry. The TIME 2018 Flagship Report outlines the scale of the digital opportunity, with analysis estimating that a ‘digital dividend’...
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Proactive risk management can mitigate risks early

Although traditional enterprise risk management works well for complex organizations facing risks that have already been determined, they may fall foul of emerging risks due to lacking the agility to adapt in time. In contrast, proactive risk management offers organization-wide engagement to ensure...
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Rethinking US Independents

A combination of innovation, well-developed infrastructure, and readily accessible capital markets caused shale production to grow from zero to roughly 4 million barrels per day between 2008 and 2014. By 2022, this number is expected to double, largely from the Permian basin in Texas and New Mexico...
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Traffic Fluctuations

This article is about a new report from Arthur D. Little that predicts that interleaving autonomous vehicles with human-piloted ones on UK roads will actually increase traffic. The real-world simulation analysis demonstrated that purely autonomous vehicles would reduce urban congestion, but that a...
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Self-driving cars may need lessons in breaking the law

This article is about how driverless cars may have to be programmed to break the rules of the road to prevent accidents and traffic jams according to the Law Commission. A review of legislation governing autonomous vehicles said that certain circumstances could require them to mount the pavement,...
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Arthur D. Little research finds digital technology will...

London, 5 November, 2018 – Arthur D. Little (ADL) today published a new research report that highlights the impact digital technology such as AI, advanced analytics, self-learning systems and the Internet of Things will have on the innovation process. 93% of respondents in its global survey agreed...
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Drive my Car

This article is about how the driverless revolution could be trickier than we think. The article discusses the results of Arthur D. Little’s study ‘Capacity effect of autonomous vehicles’ which points to a fundamental difficulty: driverless cars are programmed to obey the rules and not take risks,...
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Chaos predicted as law-abiding robots join human drivers

This article is about how the introduction of driverless cars to busy city centre streets risks causing traffic chaos and more congestion because law-abiding “robo-vehicles” will refuse to take risks. The article discusses the results of Arthur D. Little’s study ‘Capacity effect of autonomous...
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