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Welcome to Connected Fleets USA 2018!
We will be starting the day with a live and interactive industry poll with the audience. This will be a chance those in the industry to cast a vote on the hot industry questions. We will then share the results live on-stage and set the scene for our expert speakers to go into more depth in the preceding sessions.
Log in to www.slido.com and use #TUFleetUSA to join the poll.
I look forward to hearing your thoughts and seeing you in Atlanta!
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
Hear first-hand how Penske Trucks Leasing has utilized connected technology to better their fleet and asset management operations and how they see this technology influencing future business
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.
Case Study: One year on from the ELD mandate we look at how connectivity is changing operations and customer service of 3pl and logistics company, Atlantic Logistics.
Connectivity brings ample opportunity for fleet management but if those connected systems are not secure then the fleet itself could be left vulnerable.
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.
We look at the fragmented device landscape and the connection challenges when drivers enter the vehicle and how you create meaningful information to support and encourage better driving.
Real-time video analysis helps move beyond video recorders and braking/acceleration events to focus on critical behaviors such as tailgating, lane drifting, moving stops, eyes off the road, etc.
Video telematics enables fleets in coaching drivers, fostering a culture of safe driving. It also enables TCO reduction and offers comprehensive and rich contextual data and insights that not only benefits fleets but also TSPs and OEMs in developing next generation safety critical solutions.
Gain from technology and market insights from Lightmetrics as they present key factors that are expediting rapid proliferation of video analytics in mainstream telematics solutions. Key points in this presentation will be:
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.
Increasingly, organizations are turning to EVs while setting goals to reduce emissions and improve operational fleet efficiency. But there implications on changing the power train of a vehicle and how it’s managed in fleet operations.
As well as empowering V2X 5G is opening the door to video and security cameras in high asset vehicles and cargo. Here we explore additional applications including infotainment, tertiary devices, gateway approach, high speed single gateway and high-volume transit. The data floodgates open!