21 Nov 18

Corporate Side Presentations at the Fleet Europe Summit

Each year, the Fleet Europe Summit offers fleet and mobility partners the opportunity to showcase some of their latest innovations in terms of products and services. Five companies will each give a 30-minute keynote presentation in which they will raise topics like ADAs, the energy transition, telematics and intelligent mobility.

Come and listen to representatives of Mobileye, Arval, Shell, New Motion, Geotab and Omoove on Wednesday, 28 November from 1.45pm to 4.35pm. Are you attending the Fleet Europe Summit? Share your ideas and impressions on Twitter: #FleetEuropeSummit.

Making fleets safer and smarter with smart ADAS (1.45-2.15pm)

Mobileye’s Director EMEA, Gil Ayalon, is well-placed to explain how fleets can not only avoid collisions with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) but can also reap the benefits of information on driver behaviour and driving conditions in real time.

Supporting corporates in the energy transition of their fleet (2.20-2.50pm)

In our changing world, the future is not something companies should be afraid of. That’s what Alessandro Pigazzi, Arval International Business Office Director and Valérie Mérien, Arval Consulting & Data Strategy Director, will introduce ways to turn challenges into opportunities towards a cleaner and sustainable world.

Powering the future of fleets (2.55-3.25pm)

Parminder Kohli, General Manager Business Development, Marketing and Operations, Shell Fleet Solutions and André ten Bloemendal, Chief Commercial Officer, NewMotion, share their views on where we are heading. They will evaluate the most promising innovations that leverage data to drive smarter charging and refuelling and present a vision of how fleets could operate more efficiently in the future.

Making telematics work for fleet owners in Europe today (3.30-4pm)

Geotab’s partner Moove Connected Mobility will showcase the solutions it offers to medium and large fleet owners looking for ways to unlock the benefits of telematics. Henk Kooijman, Managing Director, Moove Connected Mobility, will introduce services like Connected Maintenance and MooveSharing as ways to reduce TCM and increase uptime of the fleet.

The next intelligent mobility is made of sensors, data, analytics and predictions. The Omoove perspective (4.05-4.35pm)

Omoove’s VP Sales and Marketing, Edwin Colella, will present his insights on how the future of mobility includes redefining the travel experience. The vehicle acts as a gate to a world of mobility-based services in which the user experience must be simple, functional and above all self-service.

Authored by: Benjamin Uyttebroeck