Sector Prospects

LATEST: Liability risks could prevent the rollout of automated vehicles or severely reduce their functionality or scope of operations.
LATEST: The [K] C-130Js will provide crucial air refuelling capability to German and French fighter and light transport aircraft.
LATEST: New renewable energy projects are expected to reduce South Africa's carbon dioxide emissions by 500,000 tonnes per year and create 2,000 jobs every year during the construction phases.
LATEST: In our ever-increasing hyper global and hyper-local world, digital manufacturing will enable product design and build files to be sent anywhere around the world.
LATEST: The power of artificial intelligence, blockchain, cognitive computing and learning algorithms are expected to deliver transformative financial services that the computer and smartphone eras have fa...
LATEST: By 2020 India's solar farms could be generating more gigawatt-hours of energy than the nuclear sector.
LATEST: China's steel sector will continue to be characterised by ongoing capacity reductions and policies to address air pollution.
LATEST: The Bank for International Settlements has warned of such digital bank runs and urged careful consideration before launching projects.
LATEST: North Korea's food production probably fell last year for the first time since 2010 and food security is expected to worsen.
LATEST: The new Office for Product Safety and Standards will strengthen the UK's already tough product safety regime and will allow consumers to continue to buy secure in the knowledge there is an effectiv...
LATEST: While 3D printing hardware accounts for 16% of the North American market, healthcare 3D printing hardware is expected to be much higher at 24.2%.
LATEST: Sensors that measure body temperature, heart rate, brain activity, muscle motion and other critical data could be used to facilitate treatment at home when patients are in rehabilitation.
LATEST: Government plans to position Thailand as the trade and service hub of the Greater Mekong sub-region and as the gateway to Asia are opening up opportunities in the logistics and transport industry.
LATEST: Several hundred million people are expected to move to cities in East Asia over the next 20 years as economies shift from agriculture to manufacturing and services.
LATEST: Digital marketing in 2018 will go beyond content marketing, social media advertising, and SEO.
LATEST: Cyber and space commons mean that future military challenges will need to be fought using more tools than those furnished by conventional US military dominance.
LATEST: Arctic shipping, mining or other natural resource harvesting will be at the mercy of a fast melting ice cap.
LATEST: Mexico's unparalleled policies in market accessibility will continue to make the country an important hub for multinationals to enter the Latin American pharmaceutical market.
LATEST: New services across the global market will include strategic planning and target setting, management of carbon emission reductions and support of climate finance projects.
LATEST: Builders will provide more housing and less parking across the U.S. next year as more cities start letting developers decide how much parking to build.
LATEST: The market size of e-retail is forecasted to be around 17.5 billion U.S. dollars in 2018.
LATEST: EIDM would be better positioned to benefit from the most up-to-date knowledge base and run less risk of being out of sync with other areas of the social sciences.
LATEST: North Korea's food production probably fell last year for the first time since 2010 and food security is expected to worsen.
LATEST: By 2021, global IoT spending is expected to total nearly $1.4 trillion as organizations continue to invest in the hardware, software, services, and connectivity that enable the IoT.
LATEST: An export ban on ZTE products and technology would create significant disruption for U.S. wireless carriers.
LATEST: SK Telecom will introduce self-driving cars that operate on its 5G network to highways in South Korea in 2019.
LATEST: The Exeter region's demand for energy will rise by 13% by 2025 due to forecast household and business growth and the associated increase in transport demand.
LATEST: Already, up to 18 million people facing a lack of food and water urgently need further assistance, and it's predicted that 40 million to 50 million people will face hunger, disease and water sh...

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