Live News Broadcast - State of the Fleet Industry

Start Date
10 December 2020
End Date
10 December 2020
Start Time
12.00pm (AEDT)
End Time
1.30pm (AEDT)
Venue
Registrations Close Thursday 10th December at 11.00am - Connection Link to be provided before event
Contact Email
info@afma.org.au

The Australasian Fleet Management Association (AfMA) is delighted to be hosting a State of the Fleet Industry broadcast. Filmed in a studio, combining live and pre recorded content to deliver a news/current affairs style broadcast never seen before.


The Australasian Fleet Management Association (AfMA) is delighted to be hosting a State of the Fleet Industry news broadcast. Filmed in a studio, combining live and pre-recorded content to deliver a news/current affairs style broadcast never seen before.

Hosted by Jon Faine AM, with over 30 years in daily talk radio, Jon, has been the popular presenter of the '774 ABC Melbourne' Morning programme.

We’ll feature updates from right around the globe on a variety of industry elements, capturing views of experts, hearing from governments about their towards zero emissions ambitions and look ahead to what our future fleets might look like.

Think of this event as AfMA’s version of Sunrise or The Today Show on steroids!

Designed to be fast paced and focused on important news impacting service and supplier verticals to fleet and automotive industries. Think strategy over operations, delivering knowledge to shape our collective futures.

This is not a webinar or virtual conference, it’s a news/current affairs broadcast!

90 minutes of news delivered each day over 2 days.

 

Forget fuzzy webcams and choppy audio - we'll be streaming in full high definition from our dedicated broadcast studio filmed live from the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. We'll feature the news, views, opinions and key topics that matter to you, including: 

  • FMO 2.0 – How technology is shaping the FMO of the future
  • The evolving future of fuels
  • ADAS features saving lives – What the statistics say!
  • No access to OBD's and who owns the data anyway?
  • New technology – Weighing up the risk?
  • Australia and net zero emissions
  • Preparing for your future – A time to reflect
  • Service body challenges with increased safety technology
  • New technology - reducing accident repair costs
  • Road user charges – Are we ready?

 

Time and Add This Event to Your Calendar: Registrations Close Thursday 10th December at 11.00am

12.00pm till 1:30pm AEDT each day. Click Here to add Wednesday 9th December and Click Here to add Thursday 10th Decemeber to your calendar

Cost: No Charge