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Brexit and Beyond—What’s Ahead for Aerospace & Defense

A&D companies need to plan now for the long-term effects of Brexit.

The full impact of Brexit on the A&D sector will become evident only over the next two to five years, as changes in the UK’s international standing affect investments, government and civil programs, and representation in policy and industrial forums. But forward-looking A&D firms are already gearing up to manage whatever change comes their way.

One thing is certain—A&D companies will have to redouble their efforts to reduce costs by adopting new technologies and approaches. BCG has helped industrial firms reduce production and supply chain costs by 15% to 20% through Industry 4.0—new technologies that capture and analyze prodigious amounts of data to improve operations.

BCG has also partnered with OEMs and suppliers to use big data and advanced analytic approaches to generate profit from data that already exists in their systems.

At the 2016 Farnborough Air Show, the influential biennial trade show for the aerospace and defense sector, BCG talked to Marcus Bryson, keynote speaker at the show and chairman of the UK government’s initiatives in aerospace. We asked Mr. Bryson about the UK government’s ongoing investments in aerospace and defense and the challenges faced by the sector in the wake of Brexit.

The Prospects for UK Business in the Global A&D Market

Marcus Bryson, chairman of the UK government’s initiatives in aerospace, shared his insights with BCG at the 2016 Farnborough Air Show. He discussed the government’s investments to ensure a vibrant aerospace and defense sector—and the resilience of the industry in the face of Brexit.

Potential Impact of Brexit

What the A&D Sector Needs to Do Now About Brexit

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