Gain insight on the developing rules and regulations for autonomous vehicles as early demonstration projects drive progress.
The year 2016 saw substantial evolution in vehicle automation—transitioning from novel concepts to actual implementation, such as Uber’s self-driving taxis and Otto’s class 8 driverless Anheuser delivery. Allowing and enabling these demonstrations and pilot programs to take place takes leadership at a legislative and regulatory level to ensure public safety while still letting technological innovation flourish. This webinar will cover:
Key factors and realistic timelines in developing regulations for automated vehicles
The federal government’s involvement in shaping local policies
Current opportunities and limitations of vehicle automation for fleet operators
The current pulse of the industry, media and general public on automated vehicles
Learn from leading experts on policies affecting vehicle automation and what you need to know as a fleet before you begin operation.
Alternative Fuel Vehicle Options for First & Second Responders
Learn how alternative fuel vehicles can help first and second response fleets reduce costs, mitigate emissions, and provide better reliability in emergency situations.
Join the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) and representatives from leading alternative fuel associations to learn about the ever-growing options for AFVs and fueling. This webinar will cover:
AFV options for fire trucks, ambulances, tow trucks, SUVs, motorcycles, and more
Cost and emissions benefits of propane autogas, battery electric, natural gas, and hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles
Key operational considerations, including expected vehicle ranges, infrastructure options, maintenance facility upgrades, available funding, and more
Case studies of multiple first and second response fleets operating AFVs
No commercials, just the information—so as a fleet, you can be prepared to make a decision on the transition to alternative fuel vehicles.
MODERATOR: Bill Davis, Director, NAFTC
Michael Taylor, Director, Autogas Business Development, PERC
Dan Bowerson, Director, Technology & Development, NGVAmerica
Learn about the vehicle emission benefits of renewable diesel and how it differs from biodiesel.
As a 100% drop-in fuel, renewable diesel offers GHG and criteria pollutant emissions reduction without any infrastructure or vehicle modification required. Leading agencies are already seeing its potential and use in the medium- and heavy-duty transportation space as a way to displace fossil diesel. This webinar will cover:
Core differences between biodiesel and renewable diesel
Fuel availability, cost, and procurement considerations
Environmental benefits and limitations
Vehicle performance and maintenance impacts
Case studies from fleets already using it
Learn from leading renewable diesel experts so you can understand whether it makes sense for your fleet.
MODERATOR: JoAnne Golden-Stewart, Senior Program Manager, Gladstein, Neandross & Associates
Pat O’Keefe, Owner, NexGen Fuels / Vice President/General Manager, Golden Gate Petroleum
Evan Speer, Chief, Office of Fleet Asset Management, Department of General Services, State of California