Nick Tempelhoff, head of Mercedes-Benz Vans Future Transportation North America, presented a...

Nick Tempelhoff, head of Mercedes-Benz Vans Future Transportation North America, presented a plenary seminar at the 2018 Fleet Forward Conference that walked attendees through the coming evolution of the work van. These include new concepts such as mobile lockers, "last-meter" deliveries by drone and robot, automated loading, and van sharing.

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The 2019 Fleet Forward Conference will take place Nov. 11-13 at The Forager in San Jose, Calif., Bobit Business Media announced today. The conference will kick off with a reception on the evening of Nov. 11 followed by two full days of high-level education and curated networking.

Fleet Forward Conference is designed to educate fleet operators regarding all types of mobility solutions with the goal to create more efficient fleets.

The conference’s educational agenda will cover topics such as connected vehicles, next-generation telematics, autonomous technology, last-mile logistics, IoT, shared mobility, vehicle electrification, Fleet Management as a Service, and Mobility as a Service (MaaS), among others.

Fleet Forward Conference Announces 2019 Dates, Location

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“We’re excited to be back in Silicon Valley for the 2019 conference,” said Chris Brown, conference chair. “While Fleet Forward is designed to give fleets a roadmap to the future, the conference’s educational focus is on the cutting-edge strategies, systems, and technologies that fleets can implement today.”

In conjunction with the announcement, the event has launched a Call for Speaker Proposals. Registration will open soon. For sponsorship opportunities, contact Joni Owens at [email protected].

Originally posted on Work Truck Online

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