TU-Automotive: MIT, Cummins, Cargomatic and Transfix take to the stage at Connected Fleets USA Conference & Exhibition

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August 26: TU-Automotive has just announced MIT, Cummins, Cargomatic and Transfix as the latest additions to its stellar speaker line-up for the Connected Fleets USA 2015 Conference and Exhibition (November 16-17, Atlanta).

The addition of these new speakers demonstrates the shifts taking place in the Connected Fleet industry which will be addressed at Connected Fleets USA Conference & Exhibition (November 16-17). Data is now unlocking new potential efficiency gains from around and under the hood, but this data is under threat! With vehicle hacking continuing to occupy the headlines, the threat of a hack into a fleet is now at the forefront of many a fleet manager’s mind and with innovative, Uber-inspired, business models disrupting the established freight models, it’s clear that change in the fleet industry is on the way. This year’s extensively researched Connected Fleets USA Conference & Exhibition (Nov 16-17) agenda addresses all of these developments and more; bringing the latest and greatest developments in the Connected Fleet Industry front and center to understand where the industry is heading and how organisations need to adapt.

Jamie Muir, Project Director at TU-Automotive said “We are delighted to have senior members of such established and innovative organizations taking to the stage this year to address the hottest topics in the connected fleet industry such as data monetization and cyber security.”

He continued: “The breadth of speakers at this year’s Connected Fleets USA Event will give a wider perspective of the industry than ever before, with everything from new business models, data security and the impact of autonomy being discussed at one place.”

Senior level speakers include Navistar, John Deere, Hertz, ARI, Continental and many more.

To see the full speaker line-up click here: http://www.tu-auto.com/fleet/conference-speakers.php

The Challenges Facing the Connected Fleet

The agenda for this year’s event is now available. This year sees the focus on the hottest industry topics such as:

  • 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

Check out the agenda so far at: http://www.tu-auto.com/fleet/conference-speakers.php

What the Industry has to say about Connected Fleets:

“Really enjoyed the show and learning about the latest and greatest in commercial vehicle telematics.”
“I look forward to this event every year as it is the best avenue to meet with my peers in the MRM space and discuss trends and common practices.”

“Connect Fleet is a must attend conference for any fleet manager or provider. The single track format lets everyone benefit from the excellent speakers and panel discussions.”

A $300 discount on delegate passes expires this Friday 28. Register here: 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
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Email: Jamie(dot)muir(at)tu-auto(dot)com

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