To succeed in a technologically disruptive environment, government must be highly adaptive and better equipped for strategic transformation. We help to improve planning and investment toward future government needs in industry 4.0, innovation, and trade with strategic foresight.

Our activities

Our goal is to inform government organizations in being better aligned to transformative goals, implementing and managing change to push the boundaries of innovation performance in the national economy by unlocking new value streams. We provide insights, analysis, and assessments, on the strategic environment, market trends and dynamics, and emerging and future technology. We produce white papers, roundtable discussions, expert-led workshops, and leadership- and practitioner-focused executive education programs to help our clients stay ahead of the competition in the future.

Industry 4.0



صلاحية وسلامة الطيران في دول مجلس التعاون الخليجي:ي تأسيس إطار عمل مشترك

إن ضمان معايير السلامة لطاقم ضع إطار تنظيميو الواقع، يستدعي ضرالجوية على أ ان بحيث يشتمل علىرصلاحية الطيوشامل لسلامة ظل تشغيلها المستمر يفالمادية اهتلحاو ةتصميم الطائر مهتيلومسؤوالموظفين ومما يجعل التزام المنظمات العكس من قطاع الصيانة أمرًا حتميً ا. فعلى نع تضع متطلبات شأغلب الجيو ان المدني، فإنرالطي .يان العسكررسلامة الطيولصلاحية اهبخاصة مجلس التعاون الخليجي تعتمد بشكل لودالت زلا أسا􀁀سي على مصنعي المعدات الأصليين (OEMs) حتى عمراتو حإصلاوصيانة يلتستطيع العمل مع مقاو (MRO) مثل هذه المتطلبات ريفمشغلين محليين لتوو امج الطائرات العسكريةربل

Military Airworthiness and Air Safety in the GCC: Establishing a Common Framework

To ensure safety standards for flight crew and personnel on the ground, a holistic regulatory framework for airworthiness and air safety incorporating aircraft design, its physical condition as it is continuously operated, and the organizations and personnel responsible for maintenance is imperative. Unlike the civil sector, most militaries develop their own airworthiness
and safety requirements. Still, GCC nations have primarily relied on original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to work with local maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) contractors and operators to furnish such requirements for military aircraft programs.