Interested in presenting at ACT Expo 2019?
Submit an abstract for an opportunity to speak at North America’s largest advanced transportation and clean fleet event. ACT Expo provides an unmatched platform for top fleets, researchers, technology and fuel providers, utilities, and regulators to educate 3,500+ clean transportation stakeholders, on the technologies and trends driving the future of commercial transportation.
This year’s show will focus on diversifying a fleet’s vehicle and fueling portfolio, improving performance, decreasing cost, and reducing emissions through six core themes: electrification, connected fleets, urban mobility, trucking efficiency, gaseous fuels, and goods movement operations.
ACT Expo, which draws nearly 1,000 fleet operators, facilitates a peer-to-peer learning environment. Organizers encourage submissions from innovative fleets that have deployed advanced clean vehicles and/or infrastructure, to share how diversifying their vehicle and fueling portfolio has helped improve performance, decrease costs, and reduce emissions.
Preferred fleet case study categories include:
- Electric vehicle operations across all weight classes
- Implementation of autonomous and connected vehicle technologies
- Municipal fleets, including refuse, transit, and other applications
- Heavy-duty over-the-road success stories
- Advanced freight strategies
- School district or school bus operators
- Innovative delivery and warehousing concepts
- Shared use fleets that are using alternative fuels
- Fleets running on renewable and low carbon fuels
- Freight facilities with zero and near zero emissions
- Greening efforts around airports, including ground support equipment
Other suggested categories include:
- Battery chemistry and management techniques
- Workforce development for alternative fuels, especially EVs
- Connected vehicle technology vertical integration
- Autonomous and connected vehicle deployment facilitation
- Tackling costs for EV charging
- Blockchain for transportation
- Medium- and heavy duty vehicle charging standardization
What to Submit
Abstracts 1-2 pages in length should be submitted to conference organizers no later than February 22, 2019. Your submission should also include:
- Title of suggested presentation
- Three-sentence summary
- Identification of technology and/or fuel focus
- Presenter name, title, and organization
- Target audience