Webinar to discuss gaining fleet clients via integrating emerging technology

Telematics Update has announced that free registration is now open for the free webinar “Gain Fleet Clients Through Integrating Emerging Technology.” It will explore how to integrate new technology such as V2V or KA band satellite to improve service provisions to those already invested in FMS, and will show how to attract new clients.
The interactive event will be held Thursday, August 22, 2013 at 10 am Pacific Time and is open to the entire fleet telematics community.
Register at www.telematicsupdate.com/fleet/webinar.php.
Those who cannot attend the webinar are encouraged to sign up anyway as Telematics Update will send a recording.
Predictions are that the market will increase 61% in GPS and wireless devices monitoring fleet vehicles, equipment, and their workers by the end of 2015. So there are many short-term goals that need to be addressed.
The 45-minute session includes live presentations, poll questions, and Q&As handled by industry figures including:
•Peter Vanderminden, industry market development manager, Manufacturing & Supply Chain, Microsoft
•Jerry Wood, director of transportation and engineering, Gateway Cities Council of Governments
The debate will:
•Take a look at initiatives such as the I-710 corridor that will require tech such as V2V communications to allow for increased fuel efficiency and productivity to start planning fleet tech for the future.
•Show how to create more accurate vehicle diagnostic services through a “sandbox” of data sets accessible by OEMs and TSPs in order to build a bespoke service for individual clients.
•Discuss autonomous devices such as “smart containers” that provide self-reporting (including GPS location and temperature control) to understand telematics requirements.

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