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Significant opportunity lies in connected fleet technology to reduce cost, improve performance, and achieve emissions reductions for fleets of all sizes and across all fuels.  Diesel fleets are seeing opportunities to improve routing, reduce fuel use, and optimize overall emissions reduction technologies; while alternative fuel fleets are utilizing connected technology to not only reduce cost but help make their AFV go further than ever before—truly optimizing performance parameters for electric, propane, natural gas, etc.  This track will cover the following:

  • Fleet success stories – highlighting successes fleets have experienced in improving efficiency and effectiveness of their operations through use of connected vehicle technology
  • Maintenance considerations – handling maintenance of vehicles with additional connected vehicle technology components
  • Regulatory requirements – addressing regulatory pressure through deployment of connected technology as well as added pressure to utilize connected technology (such as ELDs) and what that means to your fleet
  • Technology advancements –  evolving connected vehicle technology improvements and what fleets need to know on how to integrate these into their operations

Who Should Attend?

  • Fleets across weight classes
  • Municipalities
  • Ports
  • Vehicle OEMs
  • Technology providers
  • Grid operators
  • Regulators and public agencies

Who Should Exhibit?

  • IoT Solution Providers
  • Over-the-Air (OTA) Engine Technology
  • Remote Diagnostic Services
  • Routing & Scheduling Solutions
  • Asset Tracking Technology
  • Weigh Station Bypass Solutions
  • GPS Navigation Solutions
  • Cloud Platform Technology
  • Electronic Logging Device (ELD)
  • Fleet Management Software
  • Fleet Telematics solutions
  • Electronic Fleet Inspection Technology
  • Fleet Vehicle Leasing Providers

View highlights for each theme:

Urban Mobility

Goods Movement

Connected Fleet

Gaseous Fuels

Commercial EVs

Vehicle Efficiency