Connected Fleets USA 2014

Event date: November 20 – 21, 2014 
Westin Buckhead, Atlanta, USA

Connected Fleets USA 2014 Conference (20th- 21st Nov.) previously known as Telematics for Fleet Management Conference will tackle how fleet management solution are integrating connectivity to harass greater asset visibility and fleet optimization. Learn from hand-picked speakers such as: Donlen, Volvo Trucks, Daimler, LA Metro, Michigan DOT and Microsoft to drive growth in the maturing American market.
The conference will tackle critical industry challenges and opportunities. Topics include:

  • Take a look at the private investment being made into this market diversify services and publicly funded transportation infrastructure projects and how to align your business tap into this investment
  • Understand how data, connectivity and telematics can be integrated into the supply chain and enterprise to add value to fleet carriers business
  • Explore the future the connected fleet as V2V, V2I technology and automated platooning hold a great deal of potential for fleet optimization and build your connected fleet roadmap

Face-to-face networking is crucial to business success. Attendees will have access to our pre & post show e-networker, structured networking breaks, including a drinks reception at the end of day one.

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