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Decision Making Support - Market and Foresight

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Market and Foresight

The goal is to predict the impacts of future technology developments on the market outlook of the service under evaluation.

The evaluation can be carried out at different phases of the life cycle of the service under evaluation, either as one-time or repetitive operations or as a continuous process.

This evaluation module seeks answers to questions like:
  • How will the technologies develop during the time period of interest?
  • How will the market develop during the time period of interest?
  • What are their implications for the service under evaluation?
  • How to avoid or mitigate the eventual adverse implications?

  • Scope
    The primary scope is in transport telematics services, but the same approach is applicable to other lines of business as well.


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