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New players, technologies and regulation are dramatically changing the connected fleets industry. Take a comprehensive look at where the industry is today and where it is heading.
Many look forward to the days of the autonomous truck while others are concerned that the technology will replace the human element of the industry. Here we address the numbers behind autonomy.
Consider what the future holds for the electric commercial vehicle and its role within mobility of tomorrow.
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.
Working with organizations outside of the fleet industry can open up many opportunities but also creates numerous challenges in both technology and value chain complexities.
Truck platoons are expected to become a common feature of highway driving within the next few years which presents a new set of opportunities and challenges for the fleets crossing state lines.
Hear from the American Trucking Association on how automated trucking is effecting fleet business today and the regulations that will impact your business in the future.
Here we explore how tech. advances such as telematics, cameras through to autonomous tech. are re-weighting driver analysis - create a blend of human and machine operation to benefit fleet and driver.
Here we advance the topic from Continental's presentation and open it up to a panel of experts to delve deeper into the points at hand.