Telematics Update Fleet Management Europe conference
Telematics Update’s Telematics for Fleet Management Europe conference 2013 is scheduled for March 19th-20 at The Novotel City hotel in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Participants will share insights into the latest EU regulations affecting the Fleet telematics market and innovative fleet telematics solutions to drive efficiency and profitability across all commercial vehicle segments.
According to Telematics Update, Telematics for Fleet Management Europe 2013 is Europe’s largest and most focused B2B conference for the commercial telematics, commercial vehicle and vehicle ICT (information and communications technology) industry. It will be the first event in Europe that brings together representatives from the European Commission, Road tolling operators and the International Road Transport Union (IRU) to discuss the latest developments of the European Electronic Tolling service directive (EETS). Senior-level speakers will include representatives from Zurich, Iron Mountain, the EU Commission, IRU, and TNT (Telecommunication Networks and Telematics).
Delegates can benefit from dedicated sessions on key OEM announcements for 2013, innovative fleet telematics solutions to drive efficiency and profitability across all commercial vehicle segments, and updates on the latest EU regulations affecting the Fleet telematics market.
Keynote sessions include:
- Current challenges associated with implementing the EETS directive and the role of the government and service providers to get it off the ground;
- Creating a seamless synergy between the fleet and the insurance industry;
- How UBI helps achieve a reduction in drivers’ accident rates and associated cost savings;
- The Impact of eCall on Fleet Telematics and especially on commercial vehicles within the 3.5 tonnage band.
For additional information visit http://www.telematicsupdate.com/fleeteurope/ or contact Telematics Update at firstname.lastname@example.org. To register visit https://secure.telematicsupdate.com/fleeteurope/register.php
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