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Technology Masterclass rounds off ‘fantastic four’ at Great British Fleet Event

Operators looking for insight into the latest technologies and approaches for fleet have just a week to go until the 2019 Great British Fleet Event will shed more light on these areas.

The Technology Masterclass is one of four sessions taking place in the conference programme

The event, which takes place on Thursday 24 January at the Novotel London West in Hammersmith, will feature a packed conference line-up focused on four key fleet areas – including Technology.

Chaired by Verizon Connect, the Technology Masterclass will include a talk from Verizon’s Dan Lancaster, client Partner EMEA on Why now is the time to start collecting data, and the opportunities ‘big data’ could unlock.

In addition, Stefano Peduzzi, director Europe, Geotab will provide an overview on How fleets’ growing data pool offers wider societal benefits, and the value of sharing that information.

Dan Jenkins, marketing manager, Trakm8 will follow up by providing a talk on Focus on Fleet Safety and explain how the latest telematics cameras can help fleets further improve driver and road safety.

And Marc Ottolini, CEO, Airlabs, will speak on The hazards of in-cabin air quality to staff health and the bottom line of city-based fleets.

The programme promises to prove both informative and insightful for attendees, and will be joined by three other Masterclasses, covering The Future of Fleet Management, Electric Vehicles and Urban Fleets.

The Great British Fleet Event will also provide visitors with networking opportunities and the chance to see some of the latest fleet suppliers in action while awards after lunch will recognise the crème de la crème of the fleet industry’s managers, suppliers and the leading cars and vans.

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.