How will the software-defined vehicle change mobility?

Delegates at July’s Fleets in Charge Conference will hear about the future of transport, including how new battery technology and the era of the ‘Software-Defined Vehicle’ are changing automotive business models. Jack Palmer, Principal Consultant at Frost and Sullivan will deliver a keynote speech exploring what members need to be aware of so they can prepare now.

In the keynote presentation, Palmer will cover the latest trends impacting passenger and commercial vehicles - from connectivity and automation to software and services. He will explore the investment and strategy decisions that vehicle manufacturers are making to achieve the ultimate vision of the software-defined vehicle. Palmer will also unpick what consumers think about the “softwarisation” of the vehicle and what such developments could mean for fleets and other segments.

Other keynotes at the event include:

  • Road to Zero Report Card launch with BVRLA Chief Executive Gerry Keaney
  • Transport Minister Anthony Browne MP, and the Shadow Minister for Roads Bill Esterson MP, providing their respective visions for road transport
  • James Douglas of Motability Operations looking at how innovation is influencing decarbonisation – armed with insights gained as the UK’s biggest fleet operator.

The BVRLA is holding its flagship Fleets in Charge Conference on Wednesday 10 July in Westminster. This year’s Conference sponsors are: The AA, Allstar, Arval, Auto Trader, Ebbon Group, Fleet Assist, Flexible Power Systems, Motability, and OEC.

Visit Fleets in Charge Conference to book.