Raspopov Dmitry

Consulting Analyst

Graduated from the State Academic University for the Humanities in 2011 with the degree in international relations. Completed post-graduate course of international economics at the Institute for the US and Canada Studies in 2014.

In 2011-2013 worked as a market research specialist at the business development department of PwC, an accounting firm.

Since 2013 he works as a Consultant at Frost & Sullivan, a global consulting firm. Participated in over 20 consulting and research projects for clients from different high-tech industries including IT, pharma, biotech, automotive, energy and others.

Reports:

‘Smart car’: Technologies and services
«Intelligent Mobility: Concept and Development Prospects»
  • Definition and components of Intelligent Mobility (IM): connected & automated mobility, smart & eco-driving, new mobility models
  • Prerequisites for IM: urbanization, environmental pollution, growing population and increasing transport traffic
  • Technologies, markets and new business models: collaborative consumption (ride- and carsharing), data & analytics, intelligent transportation systems
  • Key stakeholders: business, state, end-users
  • Implementation of IM solutions: international case studies
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