The latest thought leadership from our expert teams

robotics and automation
Opinion

‘So when are the robots coming?’ Industry is ready and willing to accelerate the adoption of automation

Feb 23, 2022

All the drivers are in place. The unprecedented global labor shortage, the sky-high consumer demand, the advanced technology capabilities and the willingness of businesses and VCs to invest are all combining to transformative effect. The world is primed and ready to accelerate the adoption of robotics and automation.

  • AI & Analytics
  • Product realisation
  • Robotics
The future of IVD
Opinion

In vitro diagnostics needs seismic change to improve patient outcomes and deliver economic benefits

Feb 24, 2022

The current state of in vitro diagnostics is no longer fit for purpose. In vitro diagnostics needs seismic change to improve patient outcomes and deliver economic benefits...

  • Digital health
  • Human factors
LEO satellite connectivity
Webinar

Realizing the vision of LEO satellite connectivity

Feb 17, 2022

Excitement reverberates around the prospect of ubiquitous connectivity, with cellular coverage direct from satellites to standard IoT devices and ultimately, even smartphones. The big question is – how do we as an industry ensure such promise is turned to commercial reality? Watch our webinar to learn more and hear from those leading this race. 

  • AI & Analytics
  • Connectivity & IoT
  • Digital security
Opharmic Vlog
Vlog

Medtech mentoring: reflecting on prize-winning innovation with the CEO of Opharmic Technology

Jan 26, 2022

Three months on from the climax of Medtech Innovator Asia Pacific, I sat down with the Cambridge Consultants team to catch up with Langston Suen, Founder and CEO of Opharmic Technology, the Hong Kong start-up that made such a brilliant impression on everyone involved with the program...

  • Digital health
  • Human factors
  • Physical sciences
CES 2022: What consumer innovations are we predicting?
Opinion

CES 2022: What consumer innovations are we predicting?

Jan 4, 2022

CES 2022 should be a fascinating event this year, and the team at Cambridge Consultants can’t wait to see what’s new in the consumer product space. As we know, COVID-19 has upended all our earlier forecasts and how we think about the world. In this blog, Ruth Thomson, SVP of our Global Consumer Business, shares her predictions on technology trends that will be showcased at this year’s show.

  • AI & Analytics
  • Augmented reality & virtual reality
  • Connectivity & IoT
  • Digital service innovation
Opinion

How do you know which distributed data architecture is right for you?

Dec 31, 2021

To decentralize, or not to decentralize, that is the question. As well as echoing Shakespeare’s play Hamlet, this dilemma reflects the likely thoughts of current digital leaders who want to make the best use of their digital assets while maintaining trust in their data systems.

  • Cloud/scalable systems
  • Digital security
  • Digital service innovation
  • Strategic advice
Challenge of the British Antarctic Survey’s Decarbonisation Hackathon
Opinion

Our team was up for the challenge of the British Antarctic Survey’s Decarbonisation Hackathon

Dec 10, 2021

CC put forward a team to take part in the British Antarctic Survey’s Decarbonisation Hackathon. The aim was to find new solutions to completely decarbonise the Rothera research base in Antarctica, beyond those that British Antarctic Survey (BAS) had determined could account for the first 70% of their energy demand.

  • Innovation management
  • Strategic advice
  • Sustainability
warehouse and logistics automation
Opinion

Facing up the scalability challenge in warehouse and logistics automation

Dec 8, 2021

The rate of innovation and adoption of automation & autonomous systems in non-manufacturing segments is growing faster and investments are pouring in. AMR’s (Automated Mobile Robots) are working alongside people in warehouses and helping in improving productivity. But, is this enough?

  • AI & Analytics
  • Product realisation
  • Robotics
  • Sensing
Beyond BioData 2021
Opinion

Beyond BioData 2021 – a data sharing vision to improve diagnosis, treatment and wellbeing

Nov 26, 2021

Fresh from an in-person visit to BioData World Conference 2021, Andrew Goulter discusses the role big pharma is playing in unlocking a complex new healthcare ecosystem. His hope? That effective data sharing and democratised access will deliver advantages for healthcare professionals and patients alike… 
 

  • Bioinnovation
  • Digital health
  • Human factors
Opinion

Building firm foundations for effective AI-powered innovation

Nov 22, 2021

The buzz around potential applications for AI continues to grow. The trouble is that the excitement is often not tempered with a solid understanding of the practical requirements for innovating with AI. So let me cut through the noise with a simple but heartfelt message.

  • AI & Analytics
  • Innovation management
  • Strategic advice
From R&D to ROI - opening remarks from AI Summit Silicon Valley 2021
Webinar

From R&D to ROI - opening remarks from AI Summit Silicon Valley 2021

Nov 18, 2021

Cambridge Consultants' Ram Naidu, Senior Vice President, AI, welcomes attendees to the Innovation Acceleration stage at The AI Summit Silicon Valley 2021, day one. 

  • AI & Analytics
Digital service innovation can ensure that autonomy fits in with human society
Opinion

Digital service innovation can ensure that autonomy fits in with human society

Nov 16, 2021

They are already physically loading our online shopping baskets, vacuuming our homes and maintaining our lawns. But what will it take for automated and autonomous systems to proliferate across industry and society – on the roads, city streets, building sites, fields, factories, and schools?

  • AI & Analytics
  • Cloud/scalable systems
  • Digital service innovation
  • User Experience (UX)