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Webfleet Solutions to showcase connected mobility solutions at MWC20

Future developments in electric vehicles, connected mobility and tyre monitoring are to come under focus at the Webfleet Solutions stand at MWC20.

At the telematics solutions provider’s booth, attendees can take a unique Augmented Reality exploration of the DNA of a Connected Car

Taking place in Barcelona from 24-27 February, MWC20 – billed as the world’s largest exhibition for the mobile industry – will see Webfleet Solutions offer visitors the chance to take an Augmented Reality exploration of the DNA of a Connected Car, bringing the digital ecosystem behind the technology to life.

Webfleet Solutions will also offer attendees a tour, developed in partnership with MWC20, to showcase its own and other companies’ developments in the connected car field, led by a selection of industry experts who will illustrate the key innovations in the space.

“As part of Bridgestone we’re no longer just building the future of telematics and fleet management but the future of mobility,” said Taco van der Leij, vice president Europe of Webfleet Solutions.

“Bridgestone is transforming to become the world’s most trusted partner in mobility solutions.

“MWC is the perfect place for us to discuss this future and to show the world how our solutions will help bring it into being, driving sustainability, efficiency and safety at every step. We can’t wait to meet attendees face to face, share our vision and hear about theirs.”

To sign up for Webfleet Solutions’ DNA of a Connected Car tour or book a face-to-face meeting with one of its mobility experts, click here.

STORY UPDATE 13 February 2020: After GSMA announced the cancellation of MWC20, a Webfleet spokesperson said: “We are, of course, disappointed to hear the news but we respect the decision. We will have many more opportunities to showcase our vision for the future of mobility and we look forward to sharing what we have planned for electric vehicles, connected cars, tyre monitoring and more in the coming months. Follow our social media channels for updates on future activities and events.”


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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.