Jan Cools

CEO, Be-Mobile

Jan Cools is CEO of Be-Mobile, company founded in 2006. Recently Be-Mobile and and their stakeholder B-Holding decided to set a joint venture Go-Mobile, for the development and commercialization of multi-modal mobility solutions. Based on the content of Be-Mobile for traffic and parking, enriched with real-time content on public transport, Go-Mobile developed a multi-channel service platform that offers personalized routing advice to travelers over mobile phones, website and variable message signs.


Cools graduated as a civil engineer in Computer Science at the University of Leuven and the National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse. After obtaining an MBA at the Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School, he joined the telematics company Acunia (Belgium) in 1998 as business development and sales manager. In 2003 he founded ITS Belgium, the Belgian platform for the intelligent transport systems, grouping more than 60 member companies.


Jonathan Dolby

Head of Marketing, Microlise

Jonathan Dolby is Head of Marketing at Microlise, an industry leading telematics and proof of delivery platform provider with connections to vehicles across the world. Microlise works closely with OEM partners JCB, DAF Trucks, MAN Truck & Bus and Tata Motors, as well as directly with transport and fleet operators. The company runs the annual Microlise Transport Conference – the largest road transport conference in Europe. In his role at Microlise, Jonathan is responsible for all marketing and communications, running the Microlise thought leadership programme and liaising closely with industry partners to share insight into the role that telematics can play in driving efficiency, improving safety and reducing operating costs.


Johan Fagerberg

Co-founder and CEO, Berg Insight

Johan Fagerberg is co-founder and CEO of Berg Insight – a market research firm entirely focused on the emerging M2M/IoT market opportunity. He has previously 20 years of telecom experience from several companies such as Ericsson, Vodafone and France Telecom. His past research has covered location-based services, telematics and fleet management. He has been involved in all of Berg Insight’s 20 published reports about the global fleet management market as well as numerous bespoke research assignments on the topic. Johan holds a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden and a post-graduate degree in project management.


Eric-Mark Huitema

Global Smarter Transportation Leader, Chairman of the Worldwide ITS board, IBM

Eric-Mark is responsible for Smarter Transportation Solutions in IBM Globally. For IBM Business analytics and smarter cities. He is also the chairman of the IBM Global Intelligent Transportation Solutions (ITS) board, a member of the Intelligent Transportation Society of America Board (ITSA) and the ERTICO (ITS Europe) supervisory board. As a manager and a specialist in Intelligent Transportation Solutions he has experience in helping cities, regions, governments and the private sector to manage, analyse and act on data and information from all transportation modes safely and efficiently- on the ground, on water and in the air.


Marko Javornik

VP/GM Automotive, Comtrade

Marko Javornik is an expert in software technology innovation and digital transformation. With more than 20 years of experience, he has led large scale software technology projects developing global business solutions in various industry verticals, including financial services, energy management and automotive. Marko is an enthusiastic believer in forming strong partnerships based on the principles of Open Innovation. Currently, he holds the position of VP/GM Automotive at Comtrade, one of the largest IT companies in South East Europe. Marko’s area of focus is on reinventing auto mobility by bringing advanced back-end technology to the market to enable new concepts of Mobility as a Service, such as car sharing, ride sharing and shuttle services. He has published several though provoking articles on how the automotive industry will be disrupted with significant changes in the business models and user experience.


Antanas Segzda

Sales director – South Europe, Teltonika

Antanas Segzda has achieved bachelor’s degree in IT at the Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania). Initially he worked in Teltonika for two years as an export manager. During last 7 years he has managed South Europe sales group, which is one of the most successful groups in the company. His technical background and extensive experience in sales enable him to find the best approaches for an easy communication with decision makers and technical managers. Antanas is also involved in creating of some very successful products (i.e. FM2200, FM1100).




Integrated solutions for better business results


Increased competition in GPS monitoring field led to sales based on price and decreased margins for major part of service providers. How to increase volumes of installations? Total number of subscribers? What about the margins? According gathered feedback from multiple sources and types of business, Teltonika launches a platform for GPS service providers to increase sales and business results with integrated solutions, including various technologies to fulfill end clients demands for efficiency, control, accountancy, communication.




Alenka Bezjak Mlakar

Conference Director, Telematics Conference SEEurope


Alenka Bezjak has been active in the telematics sector for several years. She is the director of the Ergo Institute, co-author of the market research Commercial Vehicles in Southeast Europe: Telematics Solutions and Perspectives, and the head of the Telematics Conference SEEurope, the first business conference in Southeast Europe focusing on telematics and fleet management solutions.




Commercial vehicles in Southeast Europe: Telematics solutions and perspectives


Overview of telematics market and solution providers in the Southeast Europe region. Presentation will be based on updated market research in SEE telematics sector, focusing on fleet management and commercial vehicles. 









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