About the Connected Fleets Conference
The Connected Fleets Conference is the leading international conference bringing together buyer profiles and the connected solutions suppliers.
High level event for real decision makers
The place to be to meet B2B customers
Strong focus on learning, vision and best practice sharing
Real cases, real solutions
Supporting a connected future for Fleet & Mobility
LIVE EVENT IN AMSTERDAM
28 & 29 March 2022
Sustainable and Connected
Discover how Connectivity can support your Sustainability goals
Connectivity is crucial in meeting corporate sustainability and carbon neutral goals. Charging optimization, effective route planning and integration of alternative mobility solutions are just some of the challenges corporations are confronted with today, where Connected solutions can provide true support. The same goes for Transport and the wider Supply Chain, who are continuously looking for further efficiencies.
Join us at the Connected Fleet Conference, live in Amsterdam, to ensure your strategy is ready for a Connected Future!
Monday, 28 March 2022
18:00 – 18:45 Welcome Cocktail Reception
18:45 – 19:30 Keynote Debate: ‘How Connectivity and Sustainability are a perfect match for Fleet Efficiency’
The corporate fleet sector is racing towards a new ecosystem of mobility and sustainability, with connected technology providing the key for a seamless transition to zero emission operations. With the Founding Partners of the Connected Fleets Conference we will examine how connectivity is crucial for meeting carbon neutral goals.
Keynote debate with our Founding Partners :
Agnès van de Walle, Arval Connect Director
Fabian Seithel, Associate Vice President - Sales & Business Development, Geotab
David Brazell, Channel Sales Director - EMEA, Lytx
and moderated by Steven Schoefs, Editor in Chief, Fleet Europe
19:30 - 22:30 Connected Fleets Conference 2022 Welcome Dinner
Tuesday, 29 March 2022
9:00 – 9:10 Opening of the Connected Fleets Conference 2022
By Steven Schoefs, Editor in Chief, Fleet Europe
9:10 – 9:30 Economic, social and legislative trends impacting the Connected Vehicles outlook
Technology and connectivity are expected to grow at exponential pace as they are fundamental for vehicle fleet efficiency, while responding to larger economic, social and legislative trends. This expert presentation will cover the influential elements that will characterize the future outlook of the connected technology business.
By Dr. Tobias Schneiderbauer, Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company
SESSION 1 – THE RIGHT FOUNDATION FOR YOUR CONNECTED FLEET
9:30 – 10:00 Why we need to be safe to be sustainable
The heart of any fleet is its drivers. And if we want to be sustainable, we must protect their safety. They really are about the same thing; conserving resources. For the environment, this is achieved through reduced fuel emissions and the longevity of tyres while, for human life, it must focus on empowerment and well-being. In this session, attendees will learn about some of the ways that video telematics – and the data derived from it – can be used to help reach the full potential of a connected fleet. Crucially, how it can deliver on multiple goals, not least of all, empowering drivers to stay safe while out on the road.
Thought Leadership of Founding Partner Lytx
With David Brazell, Channel Sales Director - EMEA, Lytx
10:00 – 10:30 The Value of Connected Insurance
Trends in Electrification, Smart Mobility and Autonomous are transforming the way corporates and employees will use mobility assets. This has essential implications for the way asset could and should be financed. Innovation in pay-as-you-drive and pay-how-you-drive are at the heart of connected insurance. Here’s how to benefit from it.
By Antton Peña, Founder and CPO at Flock
10:30– 11:00 How to build winning business cases for your connected fleet?
Connected fleet solutions help clients reduce their total cost of ownership (TCO), accelerate on energy transition and enhance their company social responsibility (CSR).
Full Service Leasing company Arval will illustrate how connected services can provide strong use cases and tangible benefits in line with clients’ objectives.
Thought Leadership by our Founding Partner Arval, with
Agnès van de Walle, Arval Connect Director
Rémi Brébant, Head of Arval Connect Product & Marketing
11:00 – 11:30 Networking Coffee Break
SESSION 2 - NO SEAMLESS EV ECOSYTEM WITHOUT CONNECTED TECHNOLOGY
11:30 – 12:00 Driving the e-volution - Geotab's mission for a sustainable future
Road transport is one of the main sources of greenhouse gas emissions, accounting for approximately 15% of global emissions. To reduce global emissions, Geotab's goal is to help its fleet customers operate more efficiently and to reduce emissions for existing fleets to finally switch to zero-emission vehicles. Fleets cannot become sustainable overnight, it is a process and a journey. Geotab supports fleets in this process, regardless of where they are on the journey to a sustainable fleet.
Understand Geotab’s endeavor to a greener future for all
Cost reduction and a sustainable fleet are no contradiction. Learn about the role of big data and IoT for sustainability and how Geotab leverages emission reduction by aggregating vehicle data and supporting the transition to EV
Discover how SBB (Swiss Federal Railways) has successfully started to transition it’s fleet to EV by using Geotab’s technology for EV suitability
Thought Leadership by Founding Partner Geotab
With Fabian Seithel, Associate Vice President, NCEE Sales & Business Development, Geotab
12:00 – 12:30 Smartly transforming your fleet to EV fleet
The transformation from ICE to EV is ongoing. To make sure the transition and the implementation of an EV fleet goes smoothly, you’d better rely on data. And here connected technology comes in handy. In this best practice presentation, you will hear how you can transition towards a sustainable and electric fleet, based on facts and data, and without neglecting TCO and corporate goals.
Best practice case study by Kostas Sakkos, Sr Commercial Services Manager, Global Procurement, Abbott
12:30 – 13:00 How to control your EV fleet through Connectivity
Not every fleet is in the position to switch, either partially or fully, to EVs. But most do. And here data comes in handy. In this best practice presentation you will learn how to use connected vehicle data to analyse driver behaviour and to identify those eligible to EVs, leading to the adoption and hands-on management of an EV fleet.
Best practice case study by Steven Thijssen, Fleet lead, Picnic
13:00 -14:00 Networking Lunch
SESSION 3 – FOR A GREEN, LEAN AND SAFE FUTURE
14:00 – 14:30 How to ensure a sustainable international fleet programme by 2030
Decarbonizing an international fleet programme can be a challenge. But ensuring your fleet programme to stay future-proof is another complex task. One that asks for a clear strategy with Sustainability as a key element and innovative solutions. In this best practice presentation you will get insight into how to strengthen an international fleet programme and employee transportation that responds to corporates Net Zero Ambition.
Best Practice Case Study
With Sander Haken, CP Manager Travel and HR, Shell Global Solutions International
14:30 – 15:00 5G, the 5 Spices for your future fleet management
5G, or the fifth generation of wireless technology is here to offer important changes to our lives and our businesses. 5G will set the foundation of smart cities, combining transport, health, education, business, and other main areas in one huge network. Massive IoT connections will lead to the rise of ultra-fast and reliable services. Learn about 5G’s societal and commercial value for your business.
By Dr. Maxime Flament, Chief Technology Officer at 5GAA
15:00 – 15:30 Networking Coffee Break
15:30 – 16:00 Smart Mobility for a Smart City - Amsterdam
A smart city allows its citizens, its businesses and industries, its organisations and its authorities to collaborate in a better and healthier way. Amsterdam is such a City, where a strong focus on innovative smart mobility needs to lead to a more sustainable and more productive city.
By Jeroen Schutter, Programme Manager Shared Mobility, City of Amsterdam
16:00 – 16:45 How to balance Sustainability with Safety, Savings and Employee Satisfaction through Connectivity
Today’s businesses have four corporate goals: Savings, Sustainability, Safety and Employee Satisfaction. To achieve this quadruple target configuration Connectivity plays a key role. In this panel discussion executives will share their vision on the role of connectivity for fleet and mobility efficiency.
Panel discussion with
Assem Deif, Corporate Sales Director, MICHELIN Connected Fleet
Vanessa Govi, Chief Digital Officer, ALD Automotive
Frans de Rooij, Director Product Portfolio, Webfleet Solutions
Matthijs Honing, Director Consultancy and Strategic Partnership Executive, Ovidrive
16:45-17:00 Lessons Learned & end of the conference
Interactive Q&A with the audience.
Moderated by Steven Schoefs, Editor in Chief, Fleet Europe
In partnership with
Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
For this event we have chosen the Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, which is connected to the airport.
Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Schiphol Boulevard 701, Schiphol,
1118 BN, Netherlands
The accommodation is not included in your event ticket fee but we give you the opportunity to book a room with preferential rates, directly via the Hilton.
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*Buyer profiles are directly in charge of the buying decisions for the company vehicles, light commercial vehicles, fuel, insurance, data, software and all connected services. Typical functions are Fleet Managers, Corporate Mobility Managers, Category Managers, Purchase or Procurement managers, Data security managers, HR managers, Facility managers.
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