Telematics Conference Middle East & Africa will be held on 21-22 March 2018 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

The telematics fast growing industry is getting more and more interesting for all places around the world. It is of special importance in the Middle East and Africa region. Here, we are identifying even greater market growth! Therefore, the Telematics Conference Middle East & Africa is the perfect place for you to see the further development of the field and for us to offer you the best insight into how you can become an important player in the Middle East and Africa region.


Telematics focused conference in the Middle East and Africa region!

Up to 150 key stakeholders from Middle East, Africa and countries from all over the world will gather at this telematics focused conference.


Telematics Conference Middle East & Africa is the only telematics focused event in the Middle East and Africa region.

Our vision is to become the leading conference in this part of the world. The conference will be organised every year in Dubai. This conference is a great opportunity for participants from the Middle East and Africa region and also for other companies outside the region that are focused in these markets, to learn, share and network.


Hot topics in transport, logistics and telematics solutions!

The conference will bring together all key stakeholders, experts and R&D companies in the field. It will be focused on the importance of telematics, global trends in telematics, logistics and transport, but will also display important information and particularities regarding the local market.


Great networking!

You will meet up to 150 participants from Middle East, Africa and other countries from all over the world. Among them:


Telematics Conference Middle East & Africa is also open to anyone interested in doing business in the region.


Learn, share and network at the Telematics Conference Middle East & Africa!


Contact us:


Nevena Knezevic

Project Manager

M: +386 68 154 413



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