Agenda 2017

 

General topic: Connecting Telematics and IoT

 

DAY 1: Wednesday, 8 March 2017

 

14:00–15:00

Registration with exhibition and welcome lunch

   

15:00–15:15

Introduction and opening remarks

 

Alenka Bezjak Mlakar, Director, Telematics Conference

   

15:15–16:00

Commercial Telematics and the Internet of Things:

Opprtunities and Synergies

 

Dominique Bonte, Managing Director and Vice President, B2B, Abi Research

   

16:00–16:30

Low Power Wide Area Connectivity in Telematics

 

Elie Aad, Director Global Partnership for MEA, Sigfox

   

16:30–17:00

Panel discussion on connectivity and connectedness opportunities in telematics and IoT

   
 

Elie Aad, Director Global Partnerships for MEA, Sigfox

Wouter Debeyne, Business Development Manager Middle East, TomTom Maps

Moderator: Alexander Smirnov, Business Development Director, Middle East, Gurtam

   

17:00–19:00

Networking reception and exhibition

 

DAY 2: Thursday, 9 March 2017

 

9:00–10:00

Morning coffee with exhibition and registration

   

10:00–10:15

Introduction and outline of the day

 

Alenka Bezjak Mlakar, Director, Telematics Conference

   

10:15–11:00

      Telematics + Internet of Things – Chunking is the Key
 

Stefan Schnitzler, Management Consultant, Mercedes-Benz

Consluting 

   

11:00–11:30

Panel discussion on needs for telematics to adapt to new

trends in automotive and logistics industry

   

 

Brent Melvin, Growth and Innovation Manager, Almajdouie Logistics

Stefan Schnitzler, Management Consultant, Mercedes-Benz Consulting

Moderator: Sebastian Stefan, CEO, Load-Me.com

   

11:30–12:00

Coffee break

   

12:00–12:30

Networking

   

12:30–13:00

The Advantage of Using IoT in Fleet Management for End-Users "Fleet Owner"

 

 Mohammed Hasan Al Qrinawi, General Manager, Creation Heavy Equipment Trading

   

13:00–13:30

Connecting complimentary business partners to enable industry development in the area of IoT and telematics

 

Aleksander Smirnov, Business Development Director, Middle East,

Gurtam

   

13:30–15:00

Networking lunch with exhibition

   

15:00–15:30

IoT in Fleet Management: Practical Application

 

Marek Pukel, Senior International Sales Manager, Ruptela

   

15:30–16:00

Creating opportunities for the rapid growth of GPS tracking

business

 

Denis Demianikov, Head of Global Business Development, Navixy

   

16:00–17:00

Closing panel discussion: Where will (commercial) telematics go?

   

 

Bassam Alkassar, Founder and CEO, FMS Tech

Hani Almaktoum, Co-owner and Business Development Consultant,

Saferoad

Qasim Shah, Regional Marketing Manager, MiX Telematics Middle

East and Asia

Moderator: Dominique Bonte, Managing Director and Vice President,

B2B, ABI Research

   

17:00–18:00

Exhibition with networking coffee

 

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

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