Material for the next stage in the industry’s evolution is arriving in the terabytes of data generated by cars, drivers, manufacturing plants, and the entire automotive ecosystem. Players have started to consolidate oceans of data – the next step will be to go fishing. For that, they will need nets: practical, big data applications for their daily businesses. The revenue of big data and business analytics will grow from $130.1 billion in 2016 to more than $203 billion in 2020. That will mean quickly developing the capabilities and infrastructure to process and use the wealth of available data.
August Joas, Partner & Head of Automotive Sector
on Big Data and the challenges and opportunities it brings to the automotive industry.
Big data cooperation
Smart partnerships in the automotive industry
Source: Oliver Wyman