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Nov 12, 2015


Tara Cellinese

Marketing Communications Manager

Word is getting out — Omnitracs Outlook 2016 is going to be even bigger and better than before! Get ready for four days packed with the latest industry information to help drive your business to success. 

You’ll hear from industry experts, product specialists, and partners. This year, there will be several different tracks and topics customized to the widening interests of our attendees from many areas of the business. Read on to get the highlights of our newly-announced breakout sessions, all designed to deliver you the information, tools, and resources necessary to improve operational efficiency, safety, regulatory compliance, and the bottom line.

Smart fleet managers know that it is important to select compliance solutions that stay ahead of new and changing regulations to ensure continuity for their business. This track is full of timely information pertaining to the ELD Mandate, regulatory updates, FMCSA’s Prohibition of Coercion regulation, Hours of Service and Vehicle Inspection Reporting, and more. 

Safety & Security
Fleet safety is a major concern within the transportation industry. Without safe drivers and driving behaviors, fleets can lose money as a result of increased accidents, higher insurance premiums, and fines for non-compliance. 

Join sessions within this track to learn more about preventing trailer and cargo theft, camera technology and video evidence, cybersecurity, and improving CSA scores, driver performance, and road safety.

Learn about solutions that can help you better manage your operations — from vehicles, trailers, drivers, managers, your customers, and more. Get tips on how to make your fleet more efficient and profitable, with topics including automated driver-dispatch solutions, managing fuel consumption, mobile technology solutions, and utilizing key performance indicators.

Planning & Delivery
A great deal of factors go into executing the perfect delivery — including customer needs, time sensitivity, capacity restraints, driver preferences, and data flows such as traffic and navigation. Sessions within this track will help you learn how to create the most efficient routes possible, and more. Topics include leveraging GPS and mobile data, migrating to cloud-based routing, incorporating omnichannel technology into delivery, and fleet networks and transportation management systems.

Data & Analytics
At any given moment, your fleet is generating thousands of data points that give insight into safety, driver retention, intelligent investment, and cost control. Predictive analytics can turn this data into customized models that provide vision into the future of your business. 

Arrive early for these popular breakout sessions. Sample topics include benchmarks and operational data, improving driver performance through conversation, understanding fleet performance with analytics, and avoiding litigation and settlement costs with predictive analytics. 

Learn about the technologies we are exploring and products launching at the event. You’ll want to make time for sessions in this track as they are announced closer to, or at the time of, the conference.

Plus, hear from FMCSA’s Joe DeLorenzo, and Omnitracs’ own CEO John Graham and CTO Dan Speicher. Stay tuned for a keynote speaker announcement soon. We’ll continue to update speakers and sessions as we finalize information. We hope you’re as excited as we are!

To get the latest information on Omnitracs Outlook 2016, or to register, visit www.omnitracs.com/outlook. For a full list of breakout sessions, go to the Agenda tab.    


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