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The Future of Mobility 3.0

Reinventing mobility in the era of disruption and creativity

The mobility landscape is being completely reshaped, and urban mobility poses a massive challenge to metropolitan authorities and businesses as well as great opportunities. The global demand for passenger mobility in urbanized areas is set to double by 2050. Meanwhile, the number of individual...
Travel & transportation

Loss prevention framework for insurance companies

An innovative approach to measuring and controlling risk

Innovative, homogenous and structured risk valuation approaches have played a unique role in reducing risk exposure and uncertainty surrounding insurance companies. However, market resilience, lack of information and specialty business require a tune-up in subjective and swung risk valuations. A...
Financial services, Strategy, Organization & transformation, Risk

Multi-brand airline groups: A winning approach?

Arthur D. Little analyzes the winning strategies of airline groups for owning and operating multiple carriers

Legacy airlines have long struggled with choosing the best strategy to adopt in the era of hyper-competition, having been faced with i) the rise of low-cost carriers, first in the short-to-medium-haul segment, and now also in the long-haul segment; as well as ii) the natural trend of travelers in a...
Travel & transportation

Analysis of the proposed gas directive amendment

White paper

This report reviews the recently proposed amendment to the Gas Directive, as put forward by the European Commission, which has been submitted to the European Parliament and the Council of the EU in November of 2017.The proposed amendment suggests the extension of the Third Energy Package, to...
Oil & gas

Pharmacovigilance literature review in the age of precision medi

Injecting technology solutions into the literature-review Process

Over the years, pharmacovigilance (PV) processes have involved PV professionals manually going through high volumes of data to identify, assess and report adverse event (AE) information. This set-up will face increasing challenges, as more and more work needs to be done in fixed amounts of time....
Healthcare & life sciences

Finding the needle in the PV haystack

Injecting technology solutions into the literature review process in pharmacovigilance (PV)

Many life science companies are exploring, with limited success, the application of digital technologies to business operations. One area that has failed in recent years to deliver the promised benefits or required quality is the automation of scientific and medical literature review for reportable...
Healthcare & life sciences

The future of enterprise networking

How telecom operators need to accelerate to defend their enterprise networking competence

Consumers and businesses around the world increasingly demand virtually instantaneous digital experiences in whatever they do. Many industries have already embraced the related opportunities in serving their customers instantaneously and seamlessly, and in reengineering their business models and...
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

The calm before the storm

Arthur D. Little Latin America media Flow of Funds

During the last six years, we have seen a general recovery of the world’s economy from the last big economic crisis in 2008, with some specific and interesting contrast between the advanced and emerging economies. In the first half of this decade (2010–2015), Latin America and the Caribbean (LATAM...
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Integrated Mobility Platforms

How to win the customer in tomorrow’s world of smart mobility

Global trends towards urbanization are confronting cities and governments with new sets of challenges related to public safety and security, the supply and consumption of energy, waste treatment, and traffic management. In 2013 alone, the cost of congestion in the US – defined as fuel plus...
Travel & transportation, Marketing & sales

With the Internet of Things (IoT) every- where, can regulation be

How ICT regulators can enable IoT ecosystem development

The IoT ecosystem is expected to grow rapidly in the next few years, with mainstream deployment already prevalent across many vertical industries. Increased IoT penetration across use cases poses unique challenges for ICT policy-makers and regulators beyond traditional telecom-focused regulatory...
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)