Macro-economic and sector-specific factors such as geopolitical instability, supply chain realignment, growth in e-commerce, increasing CAPEX and OPEX, and the need to improve efficiency are triggering unprecedented disruptions in the commercial trucking industry. Decarbonization imperatives are further impacting the industry, which is indicted as a major contributor to air pollution and climate change.

Frost & Sullivan’s 14th Annual Intelligent Mobility Summit slated to be held on September 7-8, 2022, will explore how the industry is transforming “Towards a Sustainable Future.”  Panel discussions and presentations over the two-day virtual event will cover four main themes, including “Roadmap to 2030: Vision of Commercial Trucking.”

Curated sessions will assess trends, challenges, and opportunities impacting the future of the commercial trucking industry. Key agenda topics for discussion include:

  • Business models related to zero emission trucks
  • The evolution of charging/fueling infrastructure
  • Use cases in autonomous trucking
  • Trends in connected trucking and logistics

Developments around fleets, autonomous, connected and electric (F.A.C.E.) will help industry stakeholders overcome a raft of challenges, while improving overall efficiencies.

By 2030, Frost & Sullivan expects to see automated trucks deployed for hub-to-hub long haul on highway corridors as well as for last-mile delivery in urban centers. Other projected trends include the increasing adoption of zero emission trucks and the shift in focus of connected fleet management from total cost of operations (TCO) towards continuous value generation (CVG).

Industry expert who will be addressing this topic is Veerender Kaul, Global Vice President, Frost & Sullivan.

This and more such interesting topics will be discussed at Frost & Sullivan’s 14th Annual Intelligent Mobility Summit 2022. To know more or to register, visit – https://frost.ly/7e8 

Amrita Shetty

Amrita Shetty is Communications & Content Senior Manager within Frost & Sullivan's Mobility practice.

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