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Fixing the footprint: achieve performance excellence in global manufacturing

Manufacturing companies need to reduce costs, improve productivity and seize opportunities across global production networks while addressing complexity as market demand shifts to new geographies.
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Quantum computing: what is it, what can it do, and how will it evolve?

Quantum computing isn't a sci-fi dream. It's here and ready for businesses to experiment with. It's won't replace servers and laptops yet, but by testing quantum computers today, organisations can gain an advantage.
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What is quantum technology?

Quantum technology is a class of technology that works by using the principles of quantum mechanics (the physics of sub-atomic particles). It's no longer sci-fi. It's ready for business to start experimenting with.
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Quantum technology – how do the opportunities stack up?

Quantum technologies are receiving billions of dollars in funding. But do the opportunities warrant the hype?
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Data privacy in a quantum world

As quantum computers creep ever closer to widespread adoption, organisations must start planning for quantum-secure privacy now.
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Rheia

Our innovation strategy and design team worked with Rheia, LLC, to develop a flexible engineered HVAC air distribution system.
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Office for Zero Emission Vehicles

Ending the sale of petrol and diesel cars by 2030 is key to the UK government’s plans to address the climate emergency. Yet motorists’ concerns about being able to charge electric vehicles (EVs) easily is a barrier to this policy. To answer those concerns and encourage more people to switch to EVs, we collaborated with the Royal College of Art to design and develop the blueprint for an emblematic chargepoint.
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Dunnet Bay Distillers

Dunnet Bay Distillers wanted to reduce its environmental footprint as it grew its business. PA Consulting helped develop recyclable spirits packaging that eradicates the need to use a single use bottle and also reduces costs.
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Virgin Hyperloop One

Virgin Hyperloop One is reinventing transport with speeds two to three times faster than high-speed rail. We’re helping Virgin Hyperloop One make the new system a reality. Our systems engineering and enterprise architecture experts have been working on the plans for the complex software and traffic control systems that will be needed.
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Hydrow

We helped Hydrow create a connected rowing machine that's disguised as a piece of beautiful home sculpture. We brought the product to market in six months and it secured $20 million in growth equity funding.