Issue: Oct 2015


Telematics Middle East & Turkey Summit 2015



Dubai, UAE – Dubai Conference Enhances Knowledge of Telematics Industry

by James Hilton

88% of new cars - equating to 104 million - are expected to have some form of telematics connectivity by 2025 (EY). This drive, backed by the growing importance of smartphones and regulations concerning driver safety, has the global telematics market booming for a decade, with the Middle East seen as a land of opportunity for businesses seeking to expand (ADI).

 

For these reasons and more, Duxes’s Telematics Middle East & Turkey Summit 2015 (http://www.duxes-events.com/tme1) has invited industry-leading professionals, business developers, and R&D specialists to Dubai to discuss the role of telematics within the automobile industry from November 10-12.

 

Topics will include using Telematics to Better Support Fleet Management, Global and Local Market Conditions, Auto OEM Case Study Sharing, How to Benefit from Collaboration between OEMs and Tech Giants, UBI Special - Find A Clearer Value Proposition, How to Meet Individual End Users' Needs, Safety and Convenience, How to Benefit from Top Telematics Service Providers, and more.

 

The summit provides an ideal platform for high-profile speakers to share their knowledge about the rapidly evolving telematics industry with regards to automotives. Attendees and speakers will talk about the industry’s latest case studies, and facilitate exchanges of ideas through regular Q&A sessions that’ll allow delegates to voice their own relevant opinions, concerns, and inquiries.

 

With over 100 delegates in attendance, this is a crucial event for anyone who is closely connected to - or wishing to enter - the Middle East’s and Turkey’s telematics and automobile industries.

 

For further information about this event, contact:

Miss. Vivi Ye

Tel: +86 21 5258 8005 Ext. 8106

Email: viv.ye@duxes.cn

Website: http://www.duxes-events.com/tme1



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