TU-Automotive's Connected Fleets USA Conference & Exhibition Returns to Atlanta this Fall

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Connected Fleets Conference & Exhibition (November 16-17, Atlanta), the only event dedicated to the connected fleets industry, makes its return to Atlanta this fall with a stronger focus than ever on what the future holds for the market.

With the explosion of big data, a wealth of opportunity has arisen in the fleet space with driver management, 3rd party data integration and new data mining and analysis techniques, lighting the path to a far more efficient fleet. But with this level of connectivity comes risk. Hackers are now a real and present danger, and new Uber-inspired business models need to be mastered.

The Connected Fleets USA event will explore these topics in detail to enable the technology providers to align their solutions with the fleet market’s latest requirements. The full speaker line-up and agenda has been released this week on the website. http://www.tu-auto.com/fleet/

Jamie Muir, Project Director at TU-Automotive said “Connected Fleets USA is the oldest and 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 Atlanta.”

The Challenges facing the Connected Fleet Industry

TU-Automotive’ s independently researched topics for the event include:

  •     Data, Data, Data: Apply advanced mining to traditional data sets e.g. fuel and tyre whilst integrating data from the engine and 3rd party suppliers for increased overall efficiency
  •     Cyber Security- Create a Fleet Firewall: From asset tracking to gaining vehicle control, gauge the threat posed by hackers and the role the OEM, TSP and fleet manager play in bringing about a secure framework
  •     The Human Element: Exploit the smart device phenomenon with real time driver monitoring and gamification programmes to improve driver productivity and safety whilst exploring future applications
  •     Autonomy to Drones: New business opportunity or threat to the established order? Get to grips with how autonomous vehicles and drones move closer to disrupting the industry to integrate with the future fleet
  •     Infrastructure integration: V2I and V2X networks permeate the supply chain and infrastructure with smart freight and autonomous highways to fuel the road to autonomy

Expert speakers will take to the stage in front of 300+ senior-level attendees. Speakers include Navistar, Leaseplan, Continental, Peloton, Hertz, AXINN, and HNTB amongst 30+ others. See the full agenda and speaker line-up on the website: http://www.tu-auto.com/fleet/

A $400 launch discount is available till the end of the week, Friday July 31. Register on the website: http://www.tu-auto.com/fleet/register.php

About TU-Automotive

TU-Automotive is a world leader in providing events and business intelligence to the automotive technology community, covering telematics, auto mobility, autonomous vehicles and legal & insurance. You can sign up to receive free weekly updates, including exclusive industry analysis, interviews and insights at: http://www.tu-auto.com

Jamie Muir
Project Director | TU-Automotive
7-9 Fashion Street, London, E1 6PX, UK
Office: +44 (0)20 7375 7516 | (USA Toll Free) 1 800 814 3459 ext 7516
Email: Jamie.muir(at)tu-auto.com

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