Automotive Digital 1: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning – AI and ML

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Automotive Digital

Motor industry managers face a steep learning curve wherever they work in the automotive supply chain. Their industry faces a wide ranging knowledge and business process transformation at a swift pace so they all face two challenges. The first is to understand the capabilities of leading edge digital technologies; the second is to deploy them to create new, sustainable competitive advantages. The supply chain will change significantly and so will all of the traditional roles. Profits will leak from traditional activities to new ones. New partnerships will emerge and tomorrow’s business formats will be very different from today’s. This series of posts introduces the digital tools that everyone needs to comprehend if they are to build a sustainable new business model, wherever they are located in the automotive supply chain.

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Automotive Digital 2 : Blockchain and Smart Contracts

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Automotive Digital

Motor industry managers face a steep learning curve wherever they work in the automotive supply chain. Their industry faces a wide ranging knowledge and business process transformation at a swift pace so they all face two challenges. The first is to understand the capabilities of leading edge digital technologies; the second is to deploy them to create new, sustainable competitive advantages. The supply chain will change significantly and so will all of the traditional roles. Profits will leak from traditional activities to new ones. New partnerships will emerge and tomorrow’s business formats will be very different from today’s. This series of posts introduces the digital tools that everyone needs to comprehend if they are to build a sustainable new business model, wherever they are located in the automotive supply chain.

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Automotive Digital 3 : Big Data Analytics and Advanced Computing

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Automotive Digital

Motor industry managers face a steep learning curve wherever they work in the automotive supply chain. Their industry faces a wide ranging knowledge and business process transformation at a swift pace so they all face two challenges. The first is to understand the capabilities of leading edge digital technologies; the second is to deploy them to create new, sustainable competitive advantages. The supply chain will change significantly and so will all of the traditional roles. Profits will leak from traditional activities to new ones. New partnerships will emerge and tomorrow’s business formats will be very different from today’s. This series of posts introduces the digital tools that everyone needs to comprehend if they are to build a sustainable new business model, wherever they are located in the automotive supply chain.

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Automotive Digital 4 : Smart Cities, AR, VR, Robotics and Additive Manufacturing

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Automotive Digital

Motor industry managers face a steep learning curve wherever they work in the automotive supply chain. Their industry faces a wide ranging knowledge and business process transformation at a swift pace so they all face two challenges. The first is to understand the capabilities of leading edge digital technologies; the second is to deploy them to create new, sustainable competitive advantages. The supply chain will change significantly and so will all of the traditional roles. Profits will leak from traditional activities to new ones. New partnerships will emerge and tomorrow’s business formats will be very different from today’s. This series of posts introduces the digital tools that everyone needs to comprehend if they are to build a sustainable new business model, wherever they are located in the automotive supply chain.

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