General topic: The Next Generation of Telematics Technology


Location: Chamber hall, Prague Congress Centre, Czechia


Pre-Conference Day, 25 September 2019:



Registration with welcome dinner


(Zoom Restaurant, Prague Congress Center, 1st floor)


Conference Day, 26 September 2019:



Registration with welcome coffee and exhibition



Introduction and opening remarks


Alenka Bezjak Mlakar, Director, Telematics Conference






European Satellite Navigation (GNSS) Driving Innovation in Commercial Telematics

Alberto Fernández Wyttenbach, Market Segment Leader for ITS and Automotive, European GNSS Agency (GSA)



Future IoT Solutions Available Today


Aleksandr Krupovic, Chief of GPS Operational Marketing, Teltonika



Discussion 1: The Future of Telematics Technology



At this panel, guests will discuss the future of telematics technology. You will hear about the latest technology trends, with special focus on connectivity, navigation systems, cellular IoT, and V2V to V2X changes. You will learn how you can implement new technology and what you should be aware of when using above technologies for your business.






Oliver Albu, International Business Manager, SafeFleet Telematics

Paolo Giuseppetti, Head of Innovation & Telematics Service Platform, Vodafone Automotive

Alberto Fernández-Wyttenbach, Market Segment Leader for ITS and Automotive, European GNSS Agency (GSA)

Philippe MOULIN, CEO, DriveQuant


Moderator: Aurimas Brazionis, Chief of Sales for SEE Group, Teltonika



Networking coffee and exhibition



Advanced Technologies & Innovative Services for the Future of Mobility


Paolo Giuseppetti, Head of Innovation & Telematics Service Platform, Vodafone Automotive



Low-power Cellular IoT Device Solutions


Steve Beck, General Manager, Sony Semiconductor Solutions

Ron Dagan, Director of Business Management, Europe, Altair Semiconductor


Discussion 2: Artificial Intelligence, Data Analysis and the Future of Fleet Management Systems



In the past decade we haven’t seen any major disruption in the commercial telematics market. Price wars and major cost reductions played a main role in the competitive landscape during these years.  Recently, an innovative wave of features, based on AI and data analysis, has started to show up; fleets insights, vision-based driver monitoring systems, predictive diagnostics and more are just a few examples of such features.  With this change we see a new type of companies in the ecosystem which provide these new features. This panel discussion will explore this recent evolution in the industry and its influence on the future of the fleet management market.



Søren Danielsen, Business Development Manager, NIC-place

Kevin Scott, Head of Strategic Initiatives, TomTom Telematics



Moderator: Israel Ronn, VP Aftermarket Business, Eyesight Technologies



Networking lunch and exhibition



FLUX - a flexible logistics solution for harbours and production plants


Jan Cools, CEO, Be-Mobile



Multi-band GNSS Receivers - New Horizons of Accuracy


Kirill Lebedev, Project Manager, TechnoKom


Next Step of Telematics


Tim Almaev, Exports Team, Escort



Discussion 3: Telematics as a Service



Technology advances, demographic needs are changing, mobility industry is pushing telematics to come up with new solutions, and the providers are trying to keep up the step with the innovation trends. Soon we will talk about vehicle as a service, car as a service, or vehicle as a marketplace. At this panel, guests will discuss that value will consist in the number and quality of the applications accessed in each vehicle or telematics devices. Changing the focus from TCO to value growth enables in the same time many other adjacent or complementary opportunities like smart mobility projects, smart cities solutions based on car sharing and ride sharing vehicles, smart public transportation. In a world full of sensors and connectivity, being open and prepared for the new challenges is the key to success in telematics business.




Eli Avivi, VP Marketing & Business Development, Micronet

Jan Cools, CEO, Be-Mobile

Roman Srp, President of ITS&S, SDT

Frank Tinschert, Managing Partner, Maxflow Consulting



Bianca Barbu, CMO, Cango Technologies




Networking coffee and exhibition




75-minute workshop: New Age of Telematics Hardware


In this workshop, facilitators will describe different areas of telematics technology applications, with focus on complex machinery segment. You will hear about Technoton’s successful cases and projects in this field, together with the data analysis for remote diagnostics and predictive maintenance. In this workshop, the new age of telematics hardware - wireless sensors with BLE - will be discussed.


Reinis Kūla, Member of the Board, Technoton Baltic
Yury Lavrentiev, Managing Director, Wagencontrol




Networking in the exhibition area




Informal gathering (in the Prague Old Town)


Please note: Agenda and speakers are subject to change. Working language: English.







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