Fleet Strategy sessions are focused on broad, long-term issues that affect fleet operators, particularly where developments and changes will require liaison with other business departments and external providers during the planning process.
They will be delivered by keynote speakers who are leaders in their field from government, local authorities and leading lights from the world’s top brands.
Explore the latest developments in MaaS 12 months on and learn how cities will change in the future to facilitate smart transport. Our speakers will explain how manufacturers are shifting to become tech companies to try and keep pace with giants like Google and Apple. Plus, insight on how BMW and Mercedes have joined forces on Mobility in order to battle Silicon Valley.
Should you offer your employees company cars and cash allowance options? Or should you be offering them mobility credits which enable them to make their own travel choices? In this session, employee benefits experts will weight up the alternatives to the company car, looking at how to apply and manage a modern and flexible benefits scheme which aids employee recruitment and retention while reducing costs.
Access case studies on smart transport strategies have been implemented in two of the largest metropolitan areas of the UK. This will look at the WHIM app in action in the West Midlands and Manchester’s approach to using smart technology to incorporate trams, buses, bike hire and ride sharing in one transaction.
Evaluate different strategies around how to move goods and services around urban environments, from handover depots, electric vehicles, robots and more. Plus, assess the impact of clean air zones for van and truck fleets and gain a look ahead to what CAZ pt. 2 looks like.
Learn how Highways England is transforming the strategic road network with smart motorways to reduce journey times and make travelling safer. This session will look at the latest developments on vehicle to infrastructure technology and how it will affect fleet and the movement of people and goods between urban centres.
This session will look at how Highways England is transforming the strategic road network with smart motorways to reduce journey times and make travelling safer. Explore the latest developments on vehicle to infrastructure technology and how it will affect fleet and the movement of people and goods between urban centres.
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are saving lives, but they’re also pushing up repair costs. Thatcham will present its ground-breaking research into the cost and the tangible safety benefits of the various systems coming to market, enabling you to see which ones are worth investing in when you choose your fleet vehicles. This session will also assess how insurers view ADAS technology in terms of reducing insurance premiums for fleets.
Learn how to take your fleet from no clue on EVs, to a fully integrated strategy and learn how Dundee City Council came to be named the most visionary city in Europe for electric vehicles (EVs) in 2018.