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New players, technologies and regulation are dramatically changing the connected fleets and fleet management industry. Take a comprehensive look at where the industry is today and where it is heading so you have a robust product map for the future
Last December we reached the first deadline to comply to the FMCSA rule – the ELD Mandate. Almost one year on we look at the effect that this has had on the telematics and fleet industry.
As the ELD mandate accelerates fleets into an era of connectivity startups target this growth area with a host of new and innovative services. Hear some of the most innovative pitch their business and ideas.
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.
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 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.
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.