Boards and investors of leading corporations are now taking more active and questioning positions on risk management.
Innovative, homogenous and structured risk valuation approaches have played a unique role in reducing risk exposure and uncertainty surrounding insurance companies.
Failures in risk governance are visible on a daily basis through “breaking news” stories which demonstrate limitations in the effectiveness of typical approaches to risk management.
With advances in technology, companies are now collecting far greater quantities of data about their business processes and assets than before.
Many organizations that have undertaken safety improvement initiatives have found that while easy wins are typically accomplished early on, further progress often becomes increasingly difficult.
Many passive safety features and driver experience attributes in today’s cars make the cars heavy, bulky and costly. Taking human error out of the equation enables OEMs to rethink the car.