Edward Kulperger is the Vice President of Geotab Europe, focusing on expanding Geotab's global footprint. With 18 years of experience in the telematics industry, he has successfully delivered end-to-end and platform applications to the international fleet management ecosystem. Edward has been a speaker at many telematics and technology conferences in Europe and North America, where he advocates the responsible use of technology and data for leading edge mobility solutions to enable the efficient flow of goods and people to provide environmental, as well as socio-economic benefits. Edward completed his ICD.D designate at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto and studied International Finance at Concordia University in Montreal after attending New England College on an ice hockey athletic scholarship. He can be reached at [email protected]
How do we make transport accessible for all?
In the rush towards smarter transport with greater use of technology, how can policymakers and companies avoid people being left out of the system? How can smart transport be genuinely inclusive and accessible for all?
How do we make transport in cities healthier?
How can cities use smart transport to cut carbon emissions, air pollution and obesity? This seminar will look at what cities and the private sector can do to make transport genuinely sustainable.
What are the business requirements? What are the problems? What needs to be solved?
How can sustainable first/last mile services be provided to create genuinely door-to-door freight and passenger services? What are the business requirements? What are the problems? What needs to be solved?