In Conjunction with SAE

Fleet owners have been deploying telematic solutions for some time, but connectivity is still just beginning to move from early adopters to mass market. Connectivity is providing more owners and operators a broad range of benefits, prompting a surge of developments by OEMs and suppliers. Chief among those benefits are safer, more efficient, and productive vehicles and worksites, both on- and off-highway. Yet technical challenges remain with development and testing of V2X communication, cybersecurity, and how to best utilize Big Data.

An audience Q&A follows the technical presentations.


Joe Cassar, Engineering Group Manager, dSPACE
Kjeld Jespersen, Global Product Manager, Digital Services, Construction Industries, Caterpillar
Brett McNalley, Product Manager, Software and Wireless, HED


Lisa Arrigo, SAE International

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