Connected Fleets Conference: how technology holds the answers to sustainability
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The most serious issues facing fleets and the solutions to overcome them will be at the heart of Fleet Europe’s Connected Fleets Conference, on 28 and 29 March 2022.
The event will address the sustainability responsibilities facing fleets, and how state-of-the-art technology can provide answers to the increasing city, state, government and European pressures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and cut air pollution.
The conference will take place live in Amsterdam, a city at the forefront of European initiatives to clean up road transport – petrol and diesel vehicles will be banned from its streets from 2030.
Similar initiatives to reduce emissions and eliminate air pollution are planned in major cities across Europe, forcing fleets both to electrify their vehicles and to find new mobility solutions for both employee travel and deliveries.
Register at Connected Fleets Conference 2022
The Connected Fleets Conference will hear directly from fleet pioneers about how they are harnessing technology to transition their vehicles and entire operations to meet sustainability challenges. These leading fleet managers will explain how they are managing EV charging as the ratio of plug-in vehicles to charge points changes dramatically; how to plan routes effectively to maximise the range opportunities of EVs while maintaining operational efficiency; and how to capitalise on the safety benefits of a connected fleet.
In addition to these case studies, expert presentations will focus on how to write a business case to secure funding for a connected fleet; how to identify your connectivity requirements; and the service level agreements to include in your tender documents to ensure maximum return on your investment.
There will also be abundant opportunities for fleet decision makers to network with peers and discuss shared issues and answers.
With technology developing at an astonishing speed, boosted by the opportunities presented by 5G and the IoT, the conference will also bring together leading consultants and suppliers in fleet connectivity to showcase and explain the developments in connected vehicle and charge point technology that will facilitate the delivery of CSR objectives. It will also give executives from leasing, rental, insurance and telematics companies the opportunity to hear directly from fleet customers their technology requirements for the next decade.
This is the 5th Connected Fleets Conference and the first since coronavirus struck; the last conference attracted 470 registered participants from 163 companies.
The conference starts at 18:00 on 28th March with a keynote debate followed by a dinner, and continues the next day with case studies, expert presentations and a networking lunch, with the event scheduled to close at 17:00.
The venue is Hilton Amsterdam at Schiphol Airport, which is easily accessible by car, train and plane.
Tickets cost €750 for fleet managers and €1,050 for fleet suppliers.