Connected Fleets Europe conference and exhibition makes its return to Amsterdam this April to examine what the future holds for the market.
Data is now driving progress in the fleet industry. With this, a wealth of opportunity has arisen in the fleet space with third party data integration and new data mining and analysis techniques, lighting the path to a far more efficient fleet.
Couple this with advances in ADAS and autonomy, that are dramatically increasing safety, and the opportunities for expansion into the leasing, rental and LCV markets, it’s clearly an exciting time to be in the connected fleet industry.
But, with all these new developments comes a host of new challenges, with data privacy and data access now an increasing concern.
The Connected Fleets Europe event will explore these challenges and opportunities in detail to enable technology providers to align their solutions with the fleet market’s latest requirements.
The full speaker line-up and agenda so far can be viewed by clicking here.
Jamie Muir, project director at TU-Automotive, said: “Connected Fleets Europe is the most established conference dealing with connectivity in the fleet industry.
“With such a vast amount of change set to befall the industry, it’s now more important than ever to look to the future of connected fleets and that’s just what we’ll be doing this year in Amsterdam.”
The Challenges facing the Connected Fleet Industry
TU-Automotive’s independently researched topics for the event include:
• The Data Challenge: Monetise connected fleet data through third party integration whilst applying advanced analytics to uncover and fully utilise data sets
• Creating a Connected Efficiency System: Connect data from all aspects of the vehicle for a holistic vehicle efficiency system
• Rental, Leasing and LCVs: Explore the connectivity needs of the biggest growth sectors in the fleet industry.
• The Future of deliveries: Understand how innovations in delivery tech. will integrate with the future fleet.
• ADAS TO Autonomy: Look at how autonomous systems such as AEB are already brining about a safer, more efficient fleet
Expert speakers will take to the stage in front of 200+ senior-level attendees. Speakers include Scania, Thatcham Research, LeasePlan, Continental and Hertz amongst 30-plus others.
See the full agenda and speaker line-up by clicking here.