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Fleet Technology Congress 2017
Taking place at the Williams F1 Conference Centre in Grove, Oxfordshire, the 2017 Fleet Technology Congress explored the latest developments in connectivity and autonomous technology.
- Gerry Keaney; BVRLA
- Robert Green; AESIN
- Data Session
- Changing Business Models Session
- Kenneth Malmberg; General Motors
Matt Dyer; Managing Director at LeasePlan and Chairman of BVRLA
Welcome; Conference Chairman
Robert Fisher; Senior Specialist – Connected Car at SBD Automotive
The Value of Vehicle Data to the UK Automotive Sector
Robert Green; Co-Chair AESIN Steering Group (ADAS and AV)
What is the roadmap for ADAS and Autonomous Technology?
Tim Hudson; Managing Director of Inventory Solutions at Manheim UK
How is technology changing the way vehicles are defleeted and sold?
Professor Neville Jackson; Chief Technology and Innovation Officer at Ricardo
What are the future prospects for combustion, electric and hydrogen-powered vehicles?
Gerry Keaney, Chief Executive at BVRLA
Results of pre-conference survey and outline policy priorities.
Chris Kirby; Automotive Director at Clarity
Why Big Data is the future of automotive marketing – takeaways and clever analytics.
Edward Kulperger; Vice President Europe at Geotab
Insights on key connected data use cases, trends in how data is used and accessed, using data responsibly and securely. Concept of ‘Corporate Digital Responsibility’.
Kenneth Malmberg; Business Development Lead in Europe for Infotainment and Telematics at General Motors
How Vauxhall sees itself working with rental and leasing companies, car clubs and other fleet owners.
Jay Parmar; Director of Policy & Membership at BVRLA
Participating in data panel session
Neil Pattemore; Technical Director at FIGIEFA
How will vehicle data be accessed in the future?
Ashley Winton; Partner at Paul Hastings (Europe) LLP
Best practice under the new General Data Protection Regulations
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