Day 1November 6, 2019
Day 2November 7, 2019
- 09:00 - 09:10
Welcome and IntroductionBy Steven Schoefs Editor in Chief, Fleet EuropeMain stage sessionsSummit“How Electrification, Smart Mobility and Artificial Intelligence add value to your Fleet Programme”
- 09:10 - 09:30
What a Corporate Fleet can learn from a Smart CityBy Miguel Gaspar Deputy Mayor for Mobility and Safety, City of LisbonMain stage sessionsSummitNot only corporates are responding to the changing mobility behaviour of their people in line with overall objectives; cities are doing the same and some in such a way that they earn the moniker Smart City. Lisbon is one of them: the Portuguese capital has clear objectives to increase mobility efficiency and air quality while reducing pollution and traffic jams, hence optimising quality of life and city productivity – not unlike the ambitions of a company.
- 10:00 - 10:30
Why MaaS and carsharing will replace your company car fleetBy Olivier Reppert Chief Executive Officer, Share Now, Sampo Hietanen Chief Executive Officer and Founder, MaaS GlobalMain stage sessionsSummitExperts have been predicting for years that MaaS and shared mobility will push the current one-driver-one-car model aside. Until today the switch hasn’t been made but looking at the results of the 2019 Global Fleet Survey, international fleet managers indeed are considering the transformation from Fleet to Mobility, and are open to implementing solutions like carsharing. This solution is also becoming more important on the supplier side, as two major automotive rivals, Daimler and BMW Group, have merged their mobility offering under the Now umbrella, with Share Now as one of the five mobility pillars.
- 11:00 - 11:45
Say ‘Yes’ to the democratisation of fleet electrificationBy Marco Lessacher Chief Executive Officer, Alphabet, Alain Van Groenendael Chief Executive Officer, ArvalMain stage sessionsSummitUntil recently, diesel was the preferred fuel for most European fleets. Emission test cheating, WLTP as well as other regulatory and social pressure have not been without consequence. A further move away from diesel is not unlikely knowing that employees are increasingly asking for electric vehicles and that car manufacturers are speeding up the launch of several new EVs, supported by charging services and solutions to capitalise on the electric revolution.
- 12:00 - 12:30
Successfully turning Artificial Intelligence into Mobility IntelligenceMain stage sessionsSummitArtificial Intelligence or AI is more than a game. It’s the ability for a computer to learn and think, hence to make predictions. Leveraging AI is key when the amount of data is big and the need for analysis important, which is the case with CASE: the Connected, Autonomous, Shared and Electric mobility future. Through AI processes will get smarter, fleets more cost-effective and mobility cheaper and safer.