The BVRLA has published its new Fleet Technology Report: Connected Vehicles and Data, providing new insight into the status of the connected vehicle market and the impact it is having on the fleet sector.
The report gives a behind-the-scenes perspective of manufacturers’ connected vehicle strategies and a breakdown of the most popular vehicle data used cases. It also provides a SWOT-analysis of the vehicle rental and leasing industry’s position in the connected vehicle environment and useful tips for how fleets can work more effectively with manufacturers.
The BVRLA worked with connected vehicle consultants SBD Automotive in producing the report, which is partly based on in-depth interviews with senior executives at ARI Fleet, Arval, Avis Budget Group, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, LeasePlan and Lex Autolease.
The report was unveiled on 5 July at the association’s annual Fleet Technology Congress at the Williams F1 Conference Centre, where over 140 delegates from across the sector gathered to hear from a range of experts on topics including mobility as a service (MaaS), future powertrains, large-scale EV deployment and business process digitisation.
You can access the 22-page report here via the BVRLA website: BVRLA Fleet Technology Report: Connected Vehicles and Data
You can view the BVRLA press release issued on 5 July here: BVRLA provides new insight on connected vehicles and data