Fleet software supplier, Mycompanyfleet, is investigating the evolution of the fleet industry and the development of modes of transport at the London Transport Museum in two seminars that are free of charge to fleet managers.
The seminars, entitled ‘Evolution of transport, fleet and systems’, will be held on Thursday, October 21 and Wednesday, November 17 at the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden, which has recently undergone a two-year, £22.4m refurbishment.
The seminars start at 10.30am, finishing at 1.00pm, and commence with a light-hearted look back at the evolution of transport through the ages.
The content then moves on to a review of the evolution of the fleet industry and the systems that have been developed to support it.
The seminars conclude with a look at how public transport might have developed if it had kept pace with the development of the fleet industry.
Mycompanyfleet business manager Andrew Leech said the seminars would be enlightening, entertaining and informational.
“We believe the new-look London Transport Museum is the ideal setting for these two seminars, which look at how modes of transport and the fleet industry have both developed throughout the last century," he said.
“Transport has undergone a series of quite significant evolutionary stages, but we contest that it has not developed at the same speed as that of the fleet industry in the last 50 years, which has seen a series of quite startling technological advances.
“The seminars are free to fleet operators who are interested in discovering more about the evolution of fleet, transport and systems, and places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis."