Enablement via Generative AI: Bridging the Talent Gap in the Emobility Transition

Munich, March 2024

Enablement via Generative AI: Bridging the talent gap in the Emobility transition
Munich, March 2024

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here is a lack of employees for the transformation towards e-mobility. Generative AI has the potential to close this gap and reduce costs at the same time.

  • E-mobility requires talented specialists with new skills from OEMs and suppliers, but the labor market is largely empty. Berylls has investigated how AI can help to offset the consequences of this shortage.

  • The Berylls analysis shows that the use of AI can speed up work processes. The experts believe it is possible to reduce working hours by up to 25 percent.

  • As production efficiency increases, the need for personnel decreases and the shortage of skilled workers in the relevant sectors loses its terror.

  • Berylls calculations show that the global top 10 OEMs can significantly reduce the need to hire new specialists through the use of AI and thus leverage a personnel cost savings potential of almost 550 million euros.
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Enablement via Generative AI: Bridging the Talent Gap in the Emobility Transition
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Author
Dr. Alexander Timmer

Partner

Lisa Theresa Schmidt

Consultant

Yalun Li

Consultant

Valentin Froh

Project Manager

Dr. Alexander Timmer

Dr. Alexander Timmer (1981) joined the Berylls Group, an international strategy consultancy specializing in the automotive industry, as a partner in May 2021. He is an expert in innovation and market entry strategies and can look back on many years of experience in the operations environment.
Dr. Alexander Timmer has been advising automotive manufacturers and suppliers in a global context since 2012. He has in-depth expert knowledge in the areas of portfolio planning, development and production. His other areas of expertise include digitalization and the complex of topics surrounding electromobility.
Prior to joining Berylls Strategy Advisors, he worked for Booz & Company and PwC Strategy&, among others, as a member of the management team in North America, Asia and Europe.
After studying mechanical engineering at RWTH Aachen University and Chalmers University in Gothenburg, he earned his doctorate in manufacturing technologies at the Machine Tool Laboratory of RWTH Aachen University.