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Event Features

Insights And Practical Case Studies For All Types Of Truck Insurers, Truck Manufacturers & Fleet Operators

  • Primaries Operators
  • Independent Operators
  • First Party Operators
  • Third Party Operators
  • Cargo Operators
  • Large Fleet Operators

Designated Technology Showcase Featuring:

  • OBD Device Manufacturers
  • Smartphone Telematics App Developers
  • 3rd Party Aggregators
  • Electronic Logging Technologies
  • GPS Technologies
  • In-Cab Monitoring Cameras
  • On-Board Cameras
  • Mobile Platforms
  • Embedded Platforms
  • Collision Avoidance Devices
  • Lane Departure Devices
  • Fleet Tracking
  • Legal Consultants
  • Insurance Brokers

And Network with Leading Senior Decision Makers Including:

CEOs, SVPs, AVPs, VPs, Product Managers, Risk Managers, Claims Specialist, Underwriters, Adjusters of:

  • Commercial Lines
  • Commercial Underwriting
  • Claims
  • Liability
  • Trucking
  • Actuarial
  • Strategic Initiatives
  • Technical
  • Business Development
  • Fleet

Insights From Insurers, FMCSA, OEMs & Fleet Operators


Chris Ziance

Product Manager

Progressive Insurance


Waleed Wadi

Technical Director, Loss Control Services

Nationwide Insurance


Rishi Arora

Product Development Manager

Progressive Insurance


Conor Jensen

Analytics Program Director

Zurich North America


William Quade

Associate Administrator for Enforcement and Program Delivery



Mike Gramm

Senior Vice President - E&S Casualty Underwriting

XL Catlin Insurance


Robert Cleveland

Product Manager

Bankers Insurance


Ian Wright


Tesla Motors

Commercial Trucking Telematics Insurance Congress 2016

The electronic log mandate is the single greatest change to the trucking industry. And as every revolutionary change, it has come with outrage and applause. There have been mixed reactions from fleet owners and independent operators; cost of adoption is high, and driver feel uneasy at the thought of being tracked and watched while they drive.

But the way North America's insurance industry is viewing this revolution is remarkable to say the least. A growing priority for commercial vehicle insurers is really understandinghow driver behaviour and vehicle usage data will be used either from an underwriting standpoint for acceptability or from a rating standpoint to come up with better premiums. All insurers care about is the data itself and what the data shows from a risk standpoint.

Recognizing this, the Commercial Trucking Telematics Insurance Congress 2016, part of the Telematics Insurance North America Series, will take place on May 25 in Chicago, with a focus on data management, electronic logging and in-cab monitoring to fully understand the future possibilities for making use of telematics data for underwriting, claims handling and risk management in commercial truck insurance. The conference will also answer the all-important question: What data is most predictive and useful?

Speaker interviews

Key Solutions Delivered

The Full Spectrum Of Possibilities For Making Use Of Data As The Industry Moves From Paper Logging To Electronic Logging

  • Understand the advantages of collecting data from electronic logs and what the data shows you from a risk standpoint
  • Learn what to do with data gathered from telematics devices whilst overcoming data privacy and ownership issues
  • Discover which trucking driving behaviours are risky from an insurance standpoint  
  • Assess the different types, cost, & reliability of e-logging technologies to monitor driving behaviour and add value beyond paper-logging
  • Discover future possibilities for adapting truck insurance business models from on-board monitoring cameras
  • Discover the full range of telematics technologies for commercial trucks and how data gathered from them affecting insurance models, liability, and claims




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