GENERAL TOPIC: Smart Fleets —The Future of Transportation and Mobility


LOCATION: Conrad Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai, United Arab Emirates



Registration with welcome coffee & exhibition



Introduction and opening remarks

Alenka Bezjak Mlakar, Director, Telematics Conference





Speaker TBC



Smart Track System

Mohamed Bebars, Project Manager, Drivers Licensing Department, RTA



Networking coffee break & exhibition



Alexander Smirnov, Director of Business Development, Gurtam




Teltonika, Speaker TBC



Panel discussion: The Fleets of the Future and the Changing Role of IoT and Telematics



At this panel, guests will discuss how mobility will change in the

future, and how transportation and infrastructure will modify with

new technologies deployment. Guests will share and compare the

situation in fleet management in Middle East and Africa to the global

trends in the industry. What will be the next big thing in transportation and are the telematics players changing their focus already?


Zaim A. Azrak, CEO, Location Solutions

Hamadou Hamidou, CTO, Socatrack

Alexander Smirnov, Director of Business Development, Gurtam

Teltonika, Speaker TBC


Moderator: Dominique Bonte, Vice President, Verticals/End Markets, ABI Research



Networking lunch break & exhibition



Dr. Jörg Monschau, Senior Consultant, Mercedes-Benz Consulting

Stefan Schnitzler, Management Consultant, Mercedes-Benz Consulting



Industry insights



With up to 15 min short presentations, companies will present their point of view what are the latest trends in the industry and how smart the future fleets will become. You will hear insights from 4 different companies within the fleet management industry: telematics device manufacturer, navigation app developer, etc.


Jens Strohschneider, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Omnicomm

Jakub Turan, Sales and Business Development for MEA, Sygic Enterprise Solutions

Juan Uruburu, Head of Sales, Commercial Vehicle Tires (CVT), Continental Middle East




Networking coffee break & exhibition



60 min interactive sessions






Interactive sessions provide brainstorming style or focus group workshop interaction among the participants and the facilitators. The facilitators provide an introduction to the framework of the session and act as moderators, while the participants are encouraged to actively participate in and drive the session discussion. (Please note: prior registration needed to one of the sessions below with max occupancy 40 participants per session).


1) Mercedes-Benz Consulting

2) Almajdouie Logistics

3) Technology provider, TBD



Reception dinner & exhibition



Please note: Agenda is subject to change. Working language: English






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