November 12-13, 2019
Westin Buckhead Atlanta,
THANK YOU FOR JOINING US AT CONNECTED FLEETS USA!
We look forward to welcoming you back next year!
Highlight From Day 1 2018
What you missed on Day 1 of Connected Fleets USA 2018.
Highlight From Day 2 2018
What you missed on Day 2 2018, and what to be excited about next year at Connected Fleets USA
Connected, Intelligent Fleets Improve Uptime, Efficiency and Safety
See which new business and technology obstacles have come to light in the connected fleet industry:
The ELD Mandate – Year One in Review
How has the ELD mandate impacted fleet management market? From uptake and adoption levels to self-certified vendors, FMCSA revoked system providers, load planning and speeding issues. Get the updates to inform your business decisions
The Focus on Camera tech. and the Connected Fleet
Camera tech. is coming to fleet management in a big way. Explore the use cases for liability and claims for fleet operators, fleet owners and insurers. Understand how to integrate this technology into existing telematics offerings to give data visual credibility.
Expanding Applications of Telematics for FMS
Telematics applications are maturing. As the benefits of connected vehicles are realized across the ecosystem we shine a light on the growth areas for telematics such as lot management and the dealer distribution model of connected services.
Cyber Security – Not So Much Safety in Numbers
Cyber has become a crucial topic in the connected vehicle industry. But the consensus is that CL connected fleets pose more of a danger than in connected PL vehicles. The market has been slow to react but now we see the risks and the impetus to increase cyber safety.
Telematics in the Electric Fleet
Tesla and Nikola are setting new benchmarks for range for heavy goods EVs. Now we must address the implications on FMS from ELD through to fault monitoring and vehicle health as electric and alt. fuel heavy goods vehicles become viable.
ADAS, Platooning and the Autonomous Fleet
The future is on the horizon and education on autonomous tech is imperative. From operators to telematics service providers and drivers we address the changing DNA of commercial vehicle operation and what it means to each party.
Mobility and the Connected Passenger Fleet
It’s predicted that there will be 500 million connected vehicles by 2030 enabling the growing trend of shared mobility. But there are multiple challenges that come with managing these types of fleets if consumers are going to give up car ownership.
Commercial Lines Insurance & Telematics
Operators and insurers alike have realized the potential benefits of insurance telematics. As these programs can be a costly development process we look at how to leverage understanding of PL to replicate in CL to maximize efficiency and create better products and services.
V2X - Going Further with Connectivity
V2X projects are underway with stretches of intersections infused with connectivity. Automakers are seen to be leading in open collaboration of data but clear objectives, deeper harmonization with city infrastructure and a value chain need to be established if V2X potential can be met.
Connected Fleets USA By The Numbers
"It’s a great networking event. There are great panels and presentations. We attend to understand where the market is, what our competitors are doing and find out what our customers and prospects are
looking for and this the great place to be for those type of purposes.”
"Connected Fleets was a great opportunity to network with customers and partners and socialize new ideas with the leaders in Fleets."
Connected Fleets USA Attendee
"Thoughtfully put together event, this was my second time at the event and I will definitely be there next year!
Connected Fleets USA Attendee