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EnVue Telematics Co-Founder Randy Read and Dan Shive, Director of Client Engagement and Account Management, will participate June 8, 2021, as part of a panel of industry experts at the DRIVE 2021 virtual industry summit.
DRIVE 2021 is the first industry summit of its kind to focus on the opportunities AI-based innovations offer to improve risk management and performance, as well as driver and fleet safety. The free, virtual summit will take place 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. PDT on June 8.
Other companies participating in DRIVE 2021 include Nauto, Geotab, Magna and BMW Group. Former FedEx and UPS executives will also attend. DRIVE 2021 is open to “everyone interested in, or responsible for, driver safety and fleet performance.” That includes:
- Safety, risk and fleet managers
- C-level executives responsible for fleet profitability and innovation
- Fleet industry partners and resellers
- Fleet industry media and analysts
“We’re proud to be invited to share our expertise on how fleets can leverage technology to meet customer expectations,” said Read. “At EnVue, we’ve experienced the transformation in the industry from GPS to AI. We’re constantly innovating our products and services to meet evolving customer demand. Both Dan and I feel this is one of the most exciting times we’ve ever seen in the industry, and we’re inviting all clients and everyone in the industry to join us for this event.”
EnVue Experts On DRIVE 2021 Panel Discussion
Read and Shive, who between them have more than six decades of experience in using telematics in the transportation industry, will participate in a DRIVE 2021 panel discussion called “Partner Point of View: Leveraging Technology to Meet Customer Expectations.” They will cover a range of tech-focused topics, including how technology has set new customer expectations for performance and risk management in the past five years.
The two also will discuss how AI can address the most pressing needs for customers, as well as how fleets can use risk data collected on driver behavior to improve driver and fleet safety. That includes a focus on how AI-driven, real-time alerts can improve driving performance and make driver coaching more effective. “We plan to discuss the role tech innovation in addressing challenges that fleet managers face, including driver and fleet safety, risk and performance,” said Shive. “Our focus is on how fleets can leverage AI to make a positive impact on both performance and profitability. We’re at a pivotal point in the industry where we can now use technology to manage risk and improve performance in ways that didn’t seem possible just a few years ago.”