Management & Operations

Webinar with Norman Mineta to discuss the benefits of IoT data

Posted on June 10, 2016

METRO Magazine and LILEE Systems will host a webinar — “Connected Commuter: Giving More to Your Passengers and Getting the Most from Your Intelligent Fleet — on Thursday, June 23, at 11 a.m. PT/2 p.m. ET, featuring former U.S. Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta and Girish Apte, sr. program manager, LILEE Systems.

New, powerful mobile broadband solutions are streamlining operations, improving security and enabling revenue-generating passenger services for bus operators, whether they are carrying employees to work or commuters to the next stop. Reliable, high-bandwidth connectivity is critical when transforming a fleet into connected vehicles or when providing high-quality Passenger Wi-Fi. In this webinar, LILEE Systems will outline how to build an infrastructure that successfully rises to the challenges of today’s transportation market — how to convert IoT data into actionable insights, launch revenue-generating services, delight travelers, and most importantly, how to prepare for long-term success.

 Attendees will also learn:

  • The opportunities created by Industrial IoT for fleet operators.
  • How companies, riders and drivers benefit from these new IoT solutions.
  • Where operators should begin, what pitfalls to avoid and how to measure success.

To register for this informative webinar, click here.

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