National Sector Leader, Industrial Manufacturing, KPMG US
Transforming for a digitally connected future
We are swiftly arriving at something magical, a new and disruptive transportation mode: driverless vehicles coupled with mobility services.
The time for experimentation is coming to an end. There's little time to lose for CEOs and C-suite leaders to step up and drive historic change.
Aerospace and defense
Optimizing transit in response to rapid disruptions in technology and consumer behavior
Read the latest articles from the Aerospace & Defense center.
The question for CFOs is not if the business model will change but rather are they ready for the drastic changes coming to the automotive industry?
The increased U.S. defense budget and launch of new, cutting-edge programs have aerospace and defense firms scrambling to hire engineers and other skilled workers.
The Automotive investment banking practice is pleased to share its quarterly automotive newsletter series.
Innovation, regulation, competition, globalization and social responsibility are driving transformation in the automotive industry.
Autonomous or “self-driving” cars are widely expected to offer society a number of benefits. Most noteworthy is that they will be involved in significantly fewer accidents and be safer than human-piloted vehicles.
KPMG Press Release: According to a new report from the KPMG U.S. Manufacturing Institute Automotive Center, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) will see a substantial, 48%, dent in their lucrative collision parts business as a result of self-driving cars.
Safe, reliable and efficient usage of self-driving vehicles on a mass scale depends on the exchange of data among numerous technology platforms.
Essential elements of success
Opportunities for military procurement
To master resilience, CEOs are building cyber resilience, undertaking wholesale upskilling of their people and accelerating the adoption of advanced technologies.
Learn how data and analytics can improve results
KPMG's Tom Mayor, National Strategy Leader for Industrial Manufacturing, and Todd Dubner, Strategy principal, recently penned an article featured in Trucks.com
Deep learning, an advanced form of artificial intelligence
Joint global automotive study by KPMG International and Egon Zehnder
Protecting connected industrial products
Change is everywhere. Uncertainty is rife.
The question is not: is change coming? The question is: when is change coming?