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Mobileye will be headline sponsor for Fleet Management Live 2017

Fleet Management Live, Mobileye sponsor Fleet Management Live.

Fleet Management Live, the UK’s biggest exhibition for fleet decision makers, has announced that Mobileye will be the headline sponsor for 2017.

The event, run by Fleet News at the NEC in Birmingham, is in its third year and takes place on October 3-4. Among the many features introduced for 2017 are an intelligent mobility zone featuring some of the latest technology, including autonomous vehicles, connectivity and safety, and a bluelight zone featuring products and services for emergency services.

Delegates will be able to visit more than 100 exhibitors, including manufacturers, leasing, fuel, software, SMR and other key fleet suppliers, and hear from expert speakers at up to 10 seminars, covering everything from funding to risk management, as well as ‘Discover Fleet’ sessions for HR, procurement and finance directors who have responsibility for fleet.

Gil Ayalon, Mobileye regional director for Europe, said: "We are delighted to be headline sponsors of Fleet Management Live for the first time.

“It is the very best fleet event there is, a 'must visit' for all fleet managers, and as we roll out our unique retrofit safety product in the UK, it's only right that we support it.

“Fleets in the UK are used to recording accidents; with Mobileye they'll now be able to stop those accidents happening in the first place, and cut their operating costs. We can't wait to share everything our technology can do at the show in October."

For more information about Fleet Management Live, go to www.fleetmanagementlive.co.uk

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