2019-10-11 10:33:10

Leading telematics experts at TCCEE19 in Prague

On 26 September, Telematics Conference director Alenka Bezjak Mlakar officially opened the 9th Telematics Conference CEEurope in Prague, Czechia. 150+ delegates listened to many interesting presentations, panel discussions and workshop.


The 9th edition of TCCEE hosted the following regional and international telematics experts, discussing The Next Generation of Telematics Technology.

Meet our speakers, panelist and facilitators at TCCEE19:


·      Oliver Albu, International Business Manager, SafeFleet Telematics

·      Tim Almaev, Exports Team, Escort

·      Eli Avivi, VP Marketing & Business Development, Micronet

·      Bianca Barbu, Chief Marketing Officer, CANGO Technologies

·      Steve Beck, General Manager, Sony Semiconductor

·      Aurimas Brazionis, Chief of Sales for SEE group, Teltonika

·      Jan Cools, CEO, Be-Mobile

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

·      Søren Danielsen, Business Development Manager, NIC-place

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

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

·      Aleksandr Krupovic, Chief of GPS Operational Marketing, Teltonika

·      Yury Lavrentiev, Managing Director, Wagencontrol

·      Kiril Lebedev, Project Manager, TechnoKom

·      Philippe Moulin, CEO, DriveQuant

·      Israel Ronn, VP Aftermarket Business, Eyesight Technologies

·      Kevin Scott, Head of Strategic Initiatives, TomTom Telematics

·      Roman Srp, President, SDT/ITS&S

·      Frank Tinschert, Managing Partner, Maxflow Consulting









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