REGISTER BY 31ST OCTOBER AND RECEIVE A £300 DISCOUNT SMi presents... M2M Telematics:Fleet Management and Usage Based Insurance 20th and 21st February 2013 Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, United Kingdom KEY SPEAKERS INCLUDE: • EU Commission, DG Connect Smart Cities and • TomTom Business Solutions, Director, UK & Ireland, Sustainability Office, Emilio Davila Gonzalez Giles Margerison • ERTICO ITS-Europe, Project Manager HeERO Project, Andy • Energy Saving Trust, Transport Strategy Manager, Rooke Caroline Watson • Cinterion, VP Automotive, Marcel Visser • The Climate Group, Head of Transport, Robin Haycock • Masternaut, Chairman and CEO, Martin Hiscox • EDF Energy, Electric Vehicle Team Manager, Kate Armitage • Fiat Auto, Corporate Marketing Manager, Brane Bosancic • Route Monkey, CEO, Colin Ferguson • Scania, Head of Fleet Management, Karin Rådström • Francisco Partners, Principal, Matt Spetzler • Michael L. Sena Consulting AB, Owner, Michael Sena • Deutsche Telekom, Vice President Internet & Services, • Zurich Insurance, Head of Motor Underwriting, Steve Stock Susan Wegner • Zurich Insurance, Practice Leader Europe Motor Fleet, • Vodafone M2M, Global M2M Business Development Andrew Price Manager, Richard Cornish • Ptolemus Group, Managing Director, Frederic Bruneteau • The Actuarial Consultants, Director, Johan Strydom • TNT UK, National Engineering Manager, Steve Davis • The Actuarial Consultants, Director, Charles More • Telekom Austria, Managing Director Head of Marketing • Towers Watson, Senior Consultant, Tony Lovick and Sales, Phat Huynh Headline Sponsor Pre-Conference Half Day Workshop in Association with Traffic Safe Ltd Fleet Safety Improvements Through Telematic Driver Monitoring Associate Sponsor Sponsor 19th February 2013, Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, United Kingdom 12.30pm-5.00pm REGISTER ONLINE AT: www.m2mfleet.co.ukAlternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711
M2M Telematics: Fleet Management & Usage Based InsurDay One 20th February 20138.30 Registration and Coffee 12.10 CONSUMER AND FLEET INSURANCE TELEMATICS TECHNOLOGY FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS9.00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks • Market and product positioning in both segments Matt Hatton, Director, Machina Research • The similarities and differences of B2C and B2B • Likely technology challenges & resolutions9.10 ECALL FROM 2015 • Information reporting, security of personal data • Fleet systems: How these will integrate to add business-value • Mandatory introduction is the most cost-efficient option, Martin Hiscox, Chairman and CEO, Masternaut implemented in all vehicles in Europe, effecting - Vehicle manufacturers 12.50 Networking Lunch - Network operators - Member States 1.50 BENEFITS OF A MODERN CONNECTED FLEET • Recommendations to Network Operators • Eco:Driving – the benefits of built-in car technology • ITS Directive requirements • Altering driving behaviour with real time data • Type Approval legislation • Reducing fleet’s fuel cost and CO2, for free • Supporting eCall through PSAP’s • Can technology lower insurance premiums? • Benefits of introduction of M2M and connected vehicles: Brane Bosancic, Corporate Marketing Manager, Fiat Auto - A win- win situation and what it will mean for the deployment of in-vehicle telematics services in Europe. 2.20 M2M SOLUTIONS FOR USAGE BASED INSURANCE Emilio Davila Gonzalez, DG Connect Smart Cities and Sustainability Vodafone discuss their experience in the Insurance Sector • How mobile can support usage based insurance Office, EU Commission • The future of M2M in the insurance sector • The impact of connected vehicles on Insurance9.50 HeERO PROJECT PAN EUROPEAN ECALL PRE-DEPLOYMENT • A working case study • Pilot Site Experience Richard Cornish, Global M2M Business Development Manager, • Equipment Vodafone M2M • Challenges • Looking forward 3.00 Afternoon Tea Andy Rooke, Project Manager HeERO Project, ERTICO ITS-Europe 3.30 IS TELEMETRY THE MIRACLE CURE FOR FLEETS?10.30 Morning Coffee • Why are Zurich interested in telematics for fleets? • Is telematics appropriate for all fleets?11.00 10 KILOMETER BIRD PERSPECTIVE • Where does telematics fit into a risk management programme? • Half time status on: • What data do we need? Steve Stock, Head of Motor Underwriting, Zurich Insurance - eCall, Andrew Price, Practice Leader Europe, Motor Fleet, Zurich Insurance - HeERO 1 - HeERO 2 4.10 FLEET TELEMATICS • ERA GLONASS Keeping it simple • eCall – perfect wave conditions (wind speed, duration and fetch) • Challenges in sizing up a fleet management sales & support open the doors for a huge market organisation Marcel Visser, VP Automotive, Cinterion A Gemalto Company • Understanding the data & avoiding information overload • Keeping technical systems simple and adding value to customer11.40 PANEL DISCUSSION Q&A business • How will this mandate affect Fleet Managers and Insurers? Karin Rådström, Head of Fleet Management, Scania • What are businesses currently doing to prepare? • Who is paying for eCall? The customer, the Government 4.50 MERGING INSURANCE AND TELMATICS PANEL DEBATE How to build a proposition that works or the business • Device choices and their rapid evolution Emilio Davila Gonzalez, DG Connect Smart Cities and • Insurance data and where to start Sustainability Office, EU Commission • Launch for scale and the infrastructure challenge Andy Rooke, Project Manager HeERO project, ERTICO ITS-Europe • Using information to inform the proposition Marcel Visser, VP Automotive, Cinterion A Gemalto Company • Product benefits that build the business case Michael Sena, Owner, Michael L. Sena Consulting AB Tony Lovick, Senior Consultant, Towers Watson Johnathan Newell, Director, Traffic Safe Ltd Frederic Bruneteau, Managing Director, Ptolemus Group 5.30 Chairmans Closing Remarks and Close of Day One Register online at www.m2mfleet.co.uk • Alternatively fax your registration to Headline Sponsor Masternaut are the largest B2B telematics organisation in Europe. As Europes market leader, the company is well-positioned to meet growing customer demand solutions that provide deep business intelligence and help customers to minimise costs and risks. We employ over 500 telematics professionals, supply services to more than 10,000 customers and have over a quarter-of-a-million assets, vehicles and people connected to our SaaS solutions. Masternaut were selected by Telefonica as their strategic telematics partner. Together, the two companies are marketing joint products designed to target the growing sustainable fleet market with products that address risk, competitiveness, CSR and service. www.masternaut.com Associate Sponsor Vodafone http://m2m.vodafone.com/discover_m2m/potential/fleet_asset_management/ Sponsor The TomTom Group is extremely well positioned to continue to provide solutions into both the B2C and B2B vehicle environments with strength and innovation in navigation, routing, mapping services, vehicle tracking and fleet technology. Our goal is to be at the heart of the business, facilitating operational excellence, reduced operational cost, as well as promoting greener safer more efficient drivers. www.tomtom.com/business
rance Day Two 21st February 2013 8.30 Registration and Coffee 1.45 FOCUS POINT CASE STUDY: PLUGGED IN FLEETS - EVS BENEFIT TO BUSINESS 9.00 Chairmans Opening Remarks The Focus Point case study session is Chaired by Matt Hatton, Director, Machina Research The Climate Group, Head of Transport, Robin Haycock This compelling session contains all new evidence and 9.10 DYNAMICS BEHIND THE ADOPTION OF FLEET MANAGEMENT IN results of analysis from the PiFi programme. The results discussed come from work with over 20 fleets funded. EUROPE CASE STUDY • Plugged in Fleets Initiative findings: Real life benefits From the Sellers and the Buyers Perspectives and barriers of EVs now – Presented by Energy Saving Trust, • What do customers who use fleet management systems receive in Transport Strategy Manager, Caroline Watson return for their money, time or information? • Optimising EVs through Telematic scheduling – Presented • What resources do the buyers have to provide and what does the by Route Monkey, Chief Executive Officer, Colin Ferguson supplier deliver? • Importance of infrastructure – Presented by EDF Energy, • What are the implementation and operational processes and how Electric Vehicle Team Manager, Kate Armitage much effort must be expended to execute them? • Panel discussion: Join our presenters for Q&A with • What is the profit formula for both supplier and the buyer? two leading fleet clients • What are the keys for the supplier to attracting and retaining Caroline Watson, Transport Strategy Manager, Energy Saving Trust customers? Robin Haycock, Head of Transport, The Climate Group • What are the keys for the buyer to use fleet management to Kate Armitage, Electric Vehicle Team Manager, EDF Energy Colin Ferguson, CEO, Route Monkey withstand competitive threats? Michael Sena, Owner, Michael L. Sena Consulting AB 2.30 PANEL DISCUSSION - The Plugged in Fleets Initiative - findings from 20 fleet reviews 9.45 USING TELEMATIC DATA TO IDENTIFY AND QUANTIFY RISK PANEL DEBATE • What role m2m telematics play in the deployment FACTORS of Electric fleets • Utilizing and implementing renewal pricing strategies • What is required to build the business case • Understanding the competitive landscape for product design • Hear challenges, barriers, and successes • Pricing strategies around driving behaviours • Understand the importance of collaboration • Minimum data standards for capturing behavioural information Robin Haycock, Head of Transport, The Climate Group Johan Strydom, Director, The Actuarial Consultants Caroline Watson, Transport Strategy Manager, Energy Saving Trust Charles More, Director, The Actuarial Consultants Kate Armitage, Electric Vehicle Team Manager, EDF Energy Colin Ferguson, CEO, Route Monkey 10.25 Morning Coffee 2.50 Afternoon Tea 10.55 INSURANCE TELEMATICS 3.20 INVESTMENT: BALANCING ACT INVESTING IN FLEET TELEMATICS Business Opportunities for Fleets FROM AN INVESTORS PERSPECTIVE • The benefits to expect for fleet operators • What makes a fleet or telematics company “valuable” • How they can overcome its implementation challenges • Are all customers and revenues equal? • Who will do what? • Balancing needs of growth and profitability • The business case for fleets • What are risks to business and current environment • The expected market size for insurers and Telematic Service • What will a potential acquirer or public markets look for? Providers Matt Spetzler, Principal, Francisco Partners Frederic Bruneteau, Managing Director, Ptolemus Group 3.55 INNOVATIVE APPS AROUND CARS • Use different kind of mobile phone sensors as input 11.30 DEPLOYING THE WORLDS LARGEST ELECTRIC TRUCK FLEET • The AutoRead solution lets drivers hear all of their SMS texts, e-mails • Understanding the benefits and news so they never have to take their eyes off the road. • Building the Business case • This is possible thanks to simple and intuitive gesture controls, and when • Optimal Operating environment for a EV in the TNT fleet the solution is used in "read aloud" mode, even the menu items and • Implementation and Integration telephone contacts are read out so the driver can hear them. Steve Davis, National Engineering Manager, TNT UK • Car Recognition: If a user sees a car on the road that he likes and he is interested in, he can take a photo of it. The Recognition analyzes the 12.05 Networking Lunch geometry of specific characteristics of the back of the car to identify the vehicle type. 1.05 The M2M PLATFORM FOR FLEET AND INSURANCE SECTORS Susan Wegner, Vice President Internet & Services, Deutsche Telekom The business case for greener, safer, more efficient driving • Achieving operational excellence, more efficiently and at a reduced 4.30 TURNING DATA INTO PROFIT! • Making connectivity an integral part of the insurance value chain cost • How to efficiently manage millions of vehicles producing a massive • Winning and retaining customers amount of data • Profiling drivers, reducing risk and taking cost out of business • What other assets can connectivity service providers bring to the table • Greener, safer, more efficient driving for all for the usage based insurance business model • Working with the insurance sector for better business Phat Huynh, Managing Director Head of Marketing and Sales, Telekom Austria Giles Margerison, Business Solutions Director UK & Ireland, TomTom Business Solutions 5.10 Chairmans Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two+44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 • GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE Supported by Want to know how you can get involved? 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Pre-Conference Half Day Workshop in Association with Traffic Safe Ltd Tuesday 19th February 2013 12.30pm – 5.00pm Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, UK Fleet Safety Improvements Through Telematic Driver Monitoring In association withOverview of workshopFleet telematics has gone from the fledgling stage to fullmarket growth with increasing numbers of suppliers andusers. The workshop explores the benefits of drivermonitoring, the technology options and future technologyenhancements that can be expected with greater integration.Why you should attend:Traffic Safe will be presenting unique insight into casestudies, dont miss this opportunity to;• Understand the benefits and pitfalls of fleet telematics driver monitoring• Gain insight into technology options and market overview• Learn about the development of future technology enhancements and risk managementProgramme12.30 Registration and Coffee1.00 Welcome and Introductions1.10 What is fleet telematics driver monitoring? What are the benefits and pitfalls? • Benefits for Fleet Managers • Benefits for Drivers • Overall potential impact on road safety1.45 Technology options and market overview • Main market players and their differences • Insurance telematics • Driver feedback and charting performance • In-cab video monitoring2.45 Coffee3.00 Future technology enhancements • ITS and fleet users • Connected vehicles and in-cab driver assistance • Integrating driver risk management with other systems4.10 Discussion Q&A5.00 Close of WorkshopAbout your workshop leader: Johnathan Newell, Director, TrafficSafe Ltd. Jonathan Newell has a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from Loughborough University. He has a particular interest in the development of vehicular and infrastructure communications toenhance road safety. He is also involved in projects in the CISand speaks fluent Russian.About Traffic Safe Ltd:Traffic Safe is a road safety consultancy organizationspecializing in the development of safe traffic systems inemerging markets, particularly Russia and the CIS.
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