GIL Briefing Archives

Interested in a past GIL Webcast you were unable to attend? Access our archive of global GIL Briefings and participate at your convenience.

GIL Briefing Archives Before 5/20/2014


Cities willing to make bold moves in advancing and diversifying their urban transport systems will lead the race toward sustainable mobility
Global Intelligent Mobility Team

Technology-led disruption and service-led innovation are changing the concept of mobility in smart cities. In response, stakeholders are redefining their technology roadmaps and business strategies. Strategic collaborations among important stakeholders, both public and private, in terms of operating models, car usage, multimodal journey planning, and payment options will drive new mobility, particularly Mobility-as-a-Service initiatives in cities.

Abundance of Unstructured Data Creating Need to Roll Out Smart Grid Data Analytics
Global Energy & Environment Team

There are several cutting-edge companies already present in the market that have introduced their digital platform/architecture for transitioning to a digital grid. However, the industry currently does not have a clear market leader. The presence of unstructured data is creating a tremendous opportunity for the industry to take a market leader position for creating and innovating tools that will help utilities make the smooth transition to a fully digital grid through analytics.

New Technologies in MRO Ecosystem Targeted at Supporting New-generation Aircrafts
Global Aerospace, Defense & Security Team

MRO providers will increasingly need to align capabilities to meet the needs of new-generation aircraft platforms while supporting existing fleets. The session will deep dive into how modern technologies in MRO will enable the MROs to reduce cost and address the need for better analytical tools, reduce turnaround time and provide better resource planning with efficient customized interfaces.

Achieving Sustainable Growth in a Volatile Industry and High-stress Conditions
Global Energy & Environment Team

Water requirements to satisfy fracking activity have skyrocketed in high-production basins, such as the Permian Basin, in recent years. The growth of absolute wells is putting pressure on water resources and the volumes of water used per frac are increasing. Aside from the increased cost of water and produced water treatment, the sourcing of frac water and transportation logistics place operators under stress to deliver stable and sustainable operations. These fundamental challenges are changing the way the industry engages with and manages water. An increase in the recycling of produced water and the growth of midstream partners, as well as their financial backers, are changing the industry landscape.

Dramatic Growth Expected with Increasing Favorable Market Conditions
Global Energy & Environment Team

Many battery manufacturers are building energy intelligence into storage systems to unlock multiple revenue opportunities by allowing the customer-sited energy storage to participate in the local energy market. Solar paired with storage is increasingly becoming attractive due to the falling solar PV and battery prices with self-consumption becoming a significant driver toward decentralized energy. The growth of electric vehicles in critical global markets is also expected to spur the adoption of commercial battery storage because of its ability to stabilize the grid as well as generate an additional revenue stream. Partnership across the value chain is necessary to fully realize the potential of multiple revenue-stacking opportunities as the energy markets are rapidly changing with the evolution of numerous business models.

Digital Platforms, ADAS Adoption and Data Driving the Next Wave of Opportunities
Global Mobility Team

The global automotive aftermarket is undergoing a massive transformation. Some of the key disruptors picked up the pace in 2018 and will continue to change supply-and-demand dynamics in 2019 and beyond.

Go-to Emerging Markets Using a Data-driven Approach for Sustained Growth
Global Emerging Market Innovation Group

In the global economic and business environment, emerging markets have increasingly taken center stage in the growth strategies of businesses, with GDP growth rates across emerging markets outpacing that of developed economies. With accelerated middle-class expansion and a large and growing working-age population, investors are increasingly taking advantage of emerging markets. Moreover, prudent governance in emerging markets through the provision of state-of-the-art infrastructure and attractive doing-business measures also work as prime growth enablers.

IIoT Ensures the Survival of the Fluid Power Industry Against Encroachment from Electric Drives
Global Industrial Team

While the power density capabilities of fluid power equipment continue to render it attractive to some industrial users, its Achilles heel has always been energy efficiency and high maintenance costs. With increasing threats from electric equipment across the industrial spectrum, smart IIoT-enabled fluid power solutions are poised to boost the fluid power industry. Digital transformation among end-users warrants a redefinition of existing business models and supply chain networks that will redefine the relationship between manufacturer and end user.

Focus on Enriching In-car Experience is Driving Significant Investment Opportunities
Global Mobility Team

As the connected car market matures, there are opportunities for OEMs and start-ups to expand their capabilities and address challenges such as communication issues, providing personalized services, safety, and security inside the car.

Slow, Steady Growth will be Stimulated by Consolidation and a Movement Toward Minimizing Time to Data
Global Aerospace & Defense Team

This presentation will provide a realistic outlook for the commercial drone market and a roadmap of how the commercial drone ecosystem will develop.

« Previous1234567...36Next »

On-Demand GIL Briefings Before 5/20/2014

Aerospace & Defense

Automotive & Transportation

Chemicals, Materials & Food

Energy & Power Systems

Environment & Building Technologies


Industrial Automation & Process Control

Information & Communications Technologies

Measurement & Instrumentation