Oct 29, 2020

KPMG: Top 10 Emerging Trends in Infrastructure

Janet Brice
8 min
The lightbulb moment...

This is the year that governments will begin to put the use of their data at the centre of driving a meaningful change in the way infrastructure is planned, designed, delivered, operated and maintained, report KPMG.

“Many governments and asset owners have been making good progress on developing their D&A capabilities over the past year. In some markets, we have seen significant improvements in the way data is being used to support public consultation, needs prediction, operational efficiency and strategic planning.”

KPMG predicts that governments will spend more time thinking about how they (and their technology vendors and data managers) secure, use and share data across the ecosystem. 

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