Event

Fleet Technology Congress 2018

Event Date

05/07/2018

Duration

Full Day

Event Type

Conferences
Key Themes:
Connected Cars, Data Sharing and Digitisation

The Event

The automotive industry is facing an unprecedented period of change as it experiences a revolution in the way vehicles are powered, operated and used. A new range of connected and increasingly autonomous vehicles will make transport smarter, safer and more efficient than ever. The data these vehicles generate is enabling an exciting range of new mobility services.

Taking place at the Williams F1 Conference Centre in Grove, Oxfordshire, the 2018 Fleet Technology Congress will explore the latest developments in connectivity and autonomous technology.

Topics

Powertrains, ADAS, intelligent mobility, digitisation, driver behaviour, data sharing and GDPR

Delegate places for members from £220+VAT (additional booking charges are applied by Eventbrite if booked online*).

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Highlighted Speakers

Adam Lawrenson, Executive Creative Director, Albion

An overview of the way new technology (AI, chat bots, social media, etc) is changing how companies interact with customers

Alec Dent, Senior Business Development Manager, Drover

Subscription-based used car rentals

Charles Smith, CEO, Collision Management Systems

Using AI and data analytics to provide more efficient accident management

Chris Cheetham, Business Development, POD Point

Developments in charging points, where POD Point see the market going and what are the current barriers to success when it comes to BVRLA members putting more electric vehicles on their fleets

Chris Kirby; Co-Founder and CEO, Tomorrow's Journey Ltd

Chair: Digitisation and Driver Behaviour Session

Danny Jones, CEO, Off Grid

Smart grid and how it can help reduce some of the infrastructure/charging headaches associated with running a large fleet of EVs from a single location

Edward Kulperger, Vice President Europe, Geotab

Speaker in Connectivity and Vehicle Data Session

Ella Taylor, Head of Future of Mobility, Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

George de Boer, Leader of Connected Car Initiatives, TomTom Telematics

Speaker in Connectivity and Vehicle Data Session

Jack Palmer; Specialist - Connected Car at SBD Automotive

Connected Car Research

Jan Wouter Kleinjan, B2C Director Car Remarketing, LeasePlan Corporation

Justin Benson, UK Head of Automotive at KPMG

KPMG Global Automotive Executive Survey

Matt Dyer; Managing Director at LeasePlan and Chairman of BVRLA

Chairing the event

Matthias Wellers, MD, AVL Powertrain UK Ltd

An update on the outlook for petrol, diesel, hybrid, EV and other powertrains

Paul Campion; CEO at Transport Systems Catapult

Intelligent Mobility

Rupert Armitage, Managing Director, Auto Windscreens

ADAS: what do we need to know and how will this change managing fleets

Booking Conditions:
For more information on cancellations, postponing and substitutions, download the terms and conditions document.

Event sponsored by

                           

'The Fleet Technology Conference was really worthwhile and gave invaluable insight into the growing importance of technology and data in our industry, and the potential changes that will happen in our industry as a result of new innovations'. (Siobhan Connelly; Fleet Alliance)

Event Venue

Williams F1 Conference Centre, Station Road, Grove, Oxfordshire OX12 0DQ

Events Contact

For all events queries, please call Fran Hampson, Events Manager on 01494 545703 or email: fran@bvrla.co.uk

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