Drive into the Future: Navigating Change, Finding Opportunity

Few industries in today’s world are as established and entrenched as the automotive sector. The business of getting people and goods from one place to another has been an economic staple since the days of Henry Ford. With seismic shifts in every aspect of the industry, however, this traditional sector is rapidly transforming, especially in

Innovation, Optimization, and Beyond: How Telematics Is Transforming Business in Latin America

Telematics technologies bring telecommunications networks and computer systems together to collect and transmit data on vehicle use, maintenance requirements, automotive servicing, and more—to powerful effect. Global ag giant Syngenta, for example, uses telematics to gather data ranging from kilometers driven to driver behavior, to inform a single driving policy for the LATAM region. “[Telematics] is

Bringing the Metaverse to Latin America: Opportunities in Mining, Healthcare, and Defense

Even as Mark Zuckerberg’s Metaverse faces challenges and mixed reviews, demand is rising overall for software applications that replicate real life. Companies across industries are recognizing the power of simulation technology for training, engineering, R&D, and more, particularly when enhanced by advanced technologies like augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), digital twins, and 3D printing.

Lithium Triangle Spotlight: One In-Demand Resource, Three Divergent Nations, and a Global Superpower

The lithium that powers our smartphones, computers, and electric vehicles is a resource of rising global importance. In previous blogs, we’ve talked about the booming market for it, its abundance in South America’s Lithium Triangle, and the impact of supply chain disruptions. “The electric car revolution will stall in the West if supplies of crucial

China: The Superpower Shaping Latin American Business

Companies doing business in Latin America and the Caribbean need to keep another nation on their radar as they shape their strategy and operations: China. This giant on the other side of the world is funding massive infrastructure projects, grabbing market share across industries online and off, influencing global supply chains, and driving the boom