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October 5-6, 2020
Hyatt Regency,
Atlanta

Powering the connected future OF TRUCKING

Bringing the entire trucking industry to one place for two exciting days of knowledge sharing and networking.

Co-located with Industrial IoT World 2020.
2020: THE YEAR OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES

ELECTRIC VEHICLES ARE NOT NEW IN THE CONSUMER AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY; BUT THEIR APPLICATION IN THE TRANSPORTATION AND TRUCKING INDUSTRIES HAS BEEN A SLOWER, ONGOING PROCESS.

Jim Mele, a commercial vehicle analyst for Wards Intelligence, speaks to Mansi Aneja from Verizon Connect about how 2020 will be the year of the electric vehicle in a number of industry applications. 

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How 5G and Data can Help Enhance Fleet Connectivity

Through the ongoing use of telematics, the internet of things (IoT), and GPS tracking technology, coupled with the implementation of electronic logging devices (ELDs), the trucking industry is producing more data than ever before. But what can we do with that data? How can we make it more valuable and actionable for trucking companies to see continued improvement, innovation and enhanced safety?

ames Tsai, a professor at Georgia Tech in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, has been involved in research that looks far into the future of data.

IN 2020 WE WILL BE DEBATING:


Fleet Security

What are fleet operators and telematics service providers doing to build effective strategies by way of standardised security?

Connected Driver

How can fusing and intelligent technologies improve truck driver routing efficiency and overall fleet safety by leveraging the sensor data already available?

Autonomous Fleets

What is the roadmap to a reality where trucking fleets are totally autonomous?


Fleet Insurance

How can dialogue and data streams between fleets, TSPs & insurers open up to show how telematics systems can make fleets safer by coaching and monitoring drivers to reduce premiums?

Fleet Electrification

The business case for turning to EVs- not only do EVs reduce carbon emission but they present a significant opportunity for improving fleet efficiency.

Telematics Data

As telematics applications develop at rapid pace, how can dealers stay ahead of the curve in ensuring this technology is being utilized effectively.

WHY DID THE LEADING FLEET EXPERTS ATTEND CONNECTED FLEETS USA 2019


Be inspired by industry peers, from the likes of, Volvo, FedEx, Nationwide, Penske Truck Leasing, BP, NAFA who are implementing strategies to overcome challenges of parking and charging

Take part in roundtable discussions and explore the end of life for the connected truck and third-party solutions


Discover how fusing and intelligent technologies can be used to improve efficiency and driver safety

Understand the value of telematics for IoT management and dealers


Explore how the fleet industry is preparing for the implementation of autonomous technology

Find out the key issues being addressed by the industry before the next generation of MaaS can be implemented


Overcome cyber security risks that come with increased fleet connectivity

Network with 200+ like-minded industry peers at our networking party, networking lunch and speed networking breaks