This year’s agenda had a heavy focus on electrification, but also on the growth of autonomous transportation, the transformation of the automotive supply chain, using predictive analytics to drive efficiencies in maintenance, and how to harness data for multiple fleet processes.
A Class 5 Zeus electric cab chassis will be available for ride-alongs during Innovation in Motion, the conference’s ride-and-drive and technology showcase.
Steve Hornyak, chief revenue officer of BrightDrop, will deliver the closing keynote, capping a schedule that includes 18 seminars, nine networking opportunities, and Innovation in Motion, a vehicle ride-and-drive and technology demo showcase.
The van is part of the conference’s Innovation in Motion, sponsored by Element — a new, interactive experience featuring EV ride and drives, technology displays, and autonomous vehicle demonstrations.
The virtual conference presented deep dives on how data is fostering intelligent fleets. The seminars, panel discussions, and networking sessions covered connected cars, electrification suitability, OEM-embedded modems, telematics market trends, the rise of third-party data integrators, the migration to 5G, and video telematics.