FFC21 will consist of keynotes, panel discussions, breakout sessions, and networking events, as well as interactive tabletop exhibits and a vehicle ride-and-drive.   - Photo courtesy of Dolce Hayes Mansion.

FFC21 will consist of keynotes, panel discussions, breakout sessions, and networking events, as well as interactive tabletop exhibits and a vehicle ride-and-drive.  

Photo courtesy of Dolce Hayes Mansion.

The Fleet Forward Conference, the premier gathering for the fleet community to gain cutting-edge solutions on electrification, connectivity, sharing, and autonomous technology, will return in 2021 as an in-person event. FFC21 will take place at the historic Hayes Mansion San Jose Nov. 10-12. A portion of the agenda will be offered virtually.

FFC21 is designed to educate fleet operators on solutions surrounding electric vehicles and infrastructure, connected vehicles, autonomous technology, last-mile delivery, IoT, shared mobility, Fleet Management as a Service, next-generation telematics, and more.

Building off the successful virtual event convened in 2020, FFC21 will consist of keynotes, panel discussions, breakout sessions, and networking events, as well as interactive tabletop exhibits and a vehicle ride-and-drive.  

“Returning to an in-person event not only brings back exciting face-to-face networking opportunities and collaborations with speakers and subject matter experts, but also the ability to maximize the Hayes Mansion property for product displays and vehicle ride-and-drives,” said Chris Brown, conference chair. “The hybrid component adds another dimension entirely. We’re extending our thought leadership and learnings to participants across the globe.”

A Call for Papers will be issued soon to solicit speakers and seminar topics. For sales inquiries, contact Joni Owens at joni.owens@bobit.com.

Originally posted on Fleet Forward

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