March 16, 2017, 6:00 – 8:00 pm Register Now
Pervasive connectivity has reshaped connected devices and spawned the IoT revolution. Fleet Management has been one of the first areas of the enterprise to leverage it and reap the rewards.
The next generation of fleet management and IoT is gearing up for another wave of disruption of logistics management driven by wireless coverage, capacity, latency, speed, and the wealth of data that can be collected and analyzed real-time.
Tracking delivery vehicles and sales vehicle fleet is table stakes. Wireless microtracking technologies are enabling tracking of every single SKU that is shipped all along its route from the warehouse to the installation site or to the customer. Manufacturers, retailers, shippers, and customers are already willing to pay.
From adopting predictive maintenance to shooting for autonomous trucking, the city of Atlanta and companies such as UPS, AT&T, Verizon Telematics, and TotalTrax are setting the foundation for the evolution together with other players.
Philip Aiello, Senior Product Manager Automotive Engineering , UPS
Gregory Harrold, Verizon Telematics Business Development and Strategy , Verizon
Dick Sorenson, Director of Product Management, TotalTrax
Keith Robinson, City of Atlanta, Mayor’s Office of Innovation, Delivery and Performance
Moderator: Mike Curran, Senior Manager, Global Telecom and Future of Mobility team, Deloitte