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Fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) companies are shaping their growth more than ever through constant innovation and the implementation of new technologies to serve their consumers better.
This traditional sector is at the heart of powerful industry convergences. Traditional value chains are impacted by transformative Mega Trends, disruptive technologies, and new business models that will reshape them faster than expected.
Five strategic pillars will support the FMCG industry in the next five years: digitization, personalization, sustainability, deglobalization and new business models.
Digitization is amongst the most disruptive trends for traditional FMCG players. From R&D to distribution, each building block of the value chain will be deeply impacted. AI, data analytics, IoT, robotics, machine learning, RPA and additive manufacturing are advanced technologies that will reshape FMCG research departments, factories, warehouses and stores while enhancing customer experience and engagement. These technologies will optimize internal processes and automate redundant and low value-added tasks. They will strengthen client intimacy by leveraging data to provide perfect custom solutions to billions of clients.
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Hype and hyperbole aside, what “big” announcements are expected from Elon Musk on Tesla Battery Day? What innovations can we expect in battery technology, manufacturing, and pricing? Read this article to find out more as Sarwant Singh, Senior Partner, Frost & Sullivan, discusses this disruptor.
With the expected rise in mobility disruption, this pioneering global survey by Frost & Sullivan on urban aero mobility (UAM) finds that air taxis will soon become as commonplace as standard black cabs. By 2040, there will be an estimated 2.5 million aero taxi units flying in more than 30 cities, according to this article by Sarwant Singh, Senior Partner, Frost & Sullivan.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Connectivity Features Powering the Latin American Passenger Vehicles Market, 2020–2025, focuses on analyzing technologies and services that are and will be available in Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, and Peru. It forecasts that by 2025, connected services such as parking finder, real-time vehicle diagnostics, and onboard emergency alert systems would be standard fitment in passenger cars across all automotive OEMs in Latin America.
The uncertain post-pandemic situation will compel smart cities to focus more on developing collaborative, data-driven infrastructure to provide appropriate healthcare facilities as well as public security services. They will create significant business opportunities with a market value of $2.46 trillion by 2025.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Opportunities and Use Cases for Autonomous Trucking, Forecast to 2040, maps the autonomous technology roadmap and market trends in the two leading regions: North America and the European Union. Level 1 features are predominant in the medium and heavy commercial vehicle (MHCV) segment, with an estimated 45% penetration. The commercial launch of Level 2 features started this year.Read more