Innovation

What will the industry of the future look like?

Industry is set for a real revolution. The arrival of digital technologies has led to reviewing the whole production system, and even the way products are designed. A journey into the future with Pascal Brier, Executive Vice-President of Altran, in charge of Innovation.

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    The impacts of digital technologies on the industry of the future

    The impacts of digital technologies on the industry of the future

    Industry is set for a real revolution. The arrival of digital technologies has led to reviewing the whole production system, and even the way products are designed. A journey into the future with Pascal Brier, Executive Vice-President of Altran, in charge of Innovation.

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    Altran was at the Paris Motor Show 2016

    Altran was at the Paris Motor Show 2016

    Altran participated in the 2016 Paris Motor Show with a booth dedicated to powering the next generation of cars.

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    What will the car of the future look like?

    What will the car of the future look like?

    Pascal Brier, Group Executive Vice-President, talks to us about the car of the future: electric, autonomous, connected, and with a completely new architecture.

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    Software defined vehicles: the path to autonomy?

    Software defined vehicles: the path to autonomy?

    It is now widely appreciated that the future of automotive technology will be strongly influenced by a need for higher safety, security and increasing ...

Did you know?

8 out of top 10
worldwide most
innovative companies
are US based.

Source: Strategy&
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Airbus & Boeing
have an order book
representing
between 8 and
10 years’ production.

Source: Financial Times
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The mobile health
market will be
multiplied by 7
by 2020 to reach
USD 45bn.

Source: Mordor Intelligence
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In one day, a single
gas turbine is
producing 120 times
more data
than
320M Twitter users.

Source: Computer Weekly
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By 2020,
80% of humans
will use
smartphone.

Source: Techcrunch
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