Executive Update

Autonomous Machines Move to the Fast Lane

Posted May 5, 2020 | Leadership | Technology |
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In a broad Arthur D. Little (ADL) study, we interviewed 30+ industry and technology experts along the automotive value chain (i.e., OEMs, suppliers, distributors, and end customers) in Europe, North America, and Asia. This Executive Update highlights the biggest challenges, barriers, and implications for vehicle design and the industry’s business models.
About The Author
Alexander Krug
Alexander Krug is a Partner at Arthur D. Little (ADL), based in Munich, Germany. He has extensive experience in the automotive industry, specializing in Mobility 4.0 projects, digitalization, and customer experience management. Mr. Krug has successfully completed more than 30 projects in the area of e-mobility (technology strategy, new business models, system solutions, customer experience) for OEMs, suppliers, and mobility service providers. He… Read More
Philipp Seidel
Philipp Seidel is a Principal at Arthur D. Little (ADL), based in Munich, Germany. His expertise encompasses product, technology, and downstream strategies for automotive clients. A major part of Mr. Seidel’s consulting work has been dedicated to supporting automotive OEMs and suppliers in meeting fleet CO2 targets and growing e-mobility with technology studies, market insight, and the development and implementation of new product, sales, and… Read More
Thomas Knoblinger
Thomas Knoblinger is Manager at Arthur D. Little (ADL), based in Munich, Germany. His expertise is in the automotive industry, specializing in e-mobility, automotive suppliers, and the independent aftermarket. Mr. Knoblinger also focuses on holistic technology assessments, new business models, carbon composites and lightweight technologies, and the future of automotive sales. Prior to ADL, he held positions at Ricardo Strategic Consulting and A.… Read More
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