Connected Fleets Conference - How to reduce your TCO with telematics
Nicole Garcia from Willis Towers Watson and Alois Widmann from Globalmatix will tell you at the Connected Fleets Conference in Brussels on May 15&16, 2019.
During a 15-minute presentation, Nicole Garcia, Head of Motor Fleet, Western Europe at Willis Towers Watson will explain how telematics can benefit your risk management, building a bridge between insurance and prevention, but also touching on how the connected car and data analytics have enabled new business models in the mobility industry.
Also appearing on stage for a 15-minute keynote will be Alois Wildman, CEO and Founding President of GlobalmatiX AG. During his presentation, entitled The value of next gen telematics, this international telecom and IoT expert will elaborate on leveraging deep in-vehicle data for diagnostics and predictive maintenance but also for driver behaviour analytics and other applications.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn from these experts - join the Connected Fleets Conference in Brussels on May 15 & 16.
Nicole Garcia has a law degree from the university of Valencia and started her career in 2010 at a law firm specialised in international land and marine transportation. She became an international project coordinator at Foster&Partners in London in 2012 before joining Willis Towers Watson in 2014 as part of the International Management team. In 2016, Nicole joined the Western Europe Management team as business manager for the Motor Fleet practice, coordinating motor teams in 14 countries. Within her current role, she develops and promotes new product and service offerings and negotiates with key insurance companies with European presence. Since January 2019 she also coordinates the Global Motor Fleet practice.
Alois Widmann started his carrier 29 years ago in corporate sales organizations like Digital Equipment and Apple Computer before entering the upcoming telecom segment at several VP- and C-level positions for mobile operators. Alois built up and managed several M2M competence centers of MNOs and also MVNOs in Europe and North America. In the last decade Alois focused on M2M Service Providers offering innovative and disruptive telematics solutions for automotive and industrial automation before founding GlobalmatiX AG in 2017, a next-gen telecom and telematics provider located in Liechtenstein that in 2018 became part of Softing AG group.