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Draw Me a Future

Exploring Engineering Innovation

How can we produce as much clean energy as we need? Can we transition to a circular economy and free ourselves from resource scarcity? Is there a place for human workers in Industry 5.0? Will AI become intelligent for real? The answers to these questions will shape the world of 2030 and the world our children and grandchildren will inherit.

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This book aims to offer a snapshot of the breadth and diversity of challenges that engineering and technology leaders are wrestling with. It is neither an exhaustive inventory nor a hierarchy of all the innovation challenges of our time. Combining insight and illustrations on twenty-nine topics, we hope the book will educate, entertain, and inspire you to get the future you want.

As the engineering and R&D partner to some of the most innovative companies and organizations on the planet, we are privileged to play a part in finding solutions.

Dark factories, bright future?

An automatic (or ‘dark’) factory can be defined as ‘a place where raw materials enter, and finished products leave with little or no human intervention’.

    Research and innovation at Capgemini Engineering

    Our research and innovation programs are business accelerators that help clients with high-intensity R&D to reveal the value of incremental and disruptive technologies by pioneering engagements built around recognizable assets. Clients go further, faster and to places they would not necessarily go alone.​