The insurance and M2M telematics industry are racing to implement Usage Based Insurance to gain competitive advantage and meet increasing commmercial and private consumer demand.  

New data strategies will also be a key opportunity for the industry to increase customer loyalty as their customers learn to rely on them for analytical insight into how they can save money through behavioural driving modifications.

The M2M telematics market is ideally positioned to facilitate the transformation of old business models to new usage based insurance products, driving new platforms for insurers to attract new customers, increase profits, lower claims rates, improve customer satisfaction and reduce fraud.

From new device development and connectivity partners, to dynamic, real-time data on driver behavior, companies now have the opportunity to understand risk at a much deeper level and the ability to translate this intelligence into meaningful commercial business opportunities.

Join us for our second annual M2M telematics conference this February, and don't miss the pre conference workshop on leveraging Big Data in telematics, automotive and insurance.

SMi’s 2nd annual M2M Telematics for Usage Based Insurance, will address key developments for private consumer Pay as You Drive, automotive commercial insurance and fleet, as well as how the emergence of the connected car will impact the insurance industry.

This forum is ideal for insurance companies both in the private and commercial sectors, M2M leaders, Automotive Manufacturers, Telematics content providers, fleet managers, application developers, 3rd Party Telematics suppliers, Mobile Network Operators, Mobile Virtual Network operators, Risk Managers, Underwriter.

Key areas we seek to address:

  • How insurers are creating new platforms for Private and Commercial sectors
  • How fleet managers are using telematics to reduce operational costs
  • How industry leaders are constructing viable business models
  • What the impact of the Connected Car will have on the Insurance industry
  • Consumer and commercial adoption – Key drivers and strategies
  • Gaining and maintaining board level commitment
  • Understanding and leveraging Data for business action
  • How are market leaders differentiating their programs other players, what works and what will not
  • Are M2M telematics a disruptive technology ?
  • Is investment in M2M Telematics UBI to costly and how to make sound investment decisions
  • Optimizing M2M from Device to Data Center
  • Big Data for M2M
  • Towards Standardization, Cloud Platforms and Open Source

 This forum is ideal for insurance companies both in the private and commercial sectors, M2M leaders, Automotive Manufacturers, MVNO's, MNO's, Telematics content providers, application developers, 3rd Party Telematics suppliers, Mobile Network Operators, Mobile Virtual Network operators, Risk Managers, fleet managers, and underwriters

Past attendees include:

 Job titles:
Business Development, Telematics Data Manager , Manager - Product Development , Director - Consumer Lines, Global Privacy Compliance Counsel, Regional Auto Manager, Auto Manager, Head of Personal Lines, Manager - Personal Lines Actuarial, Ceo, CEO – Telematics, Broker Sales Manager, Insurance Telematics Consultant, Manager - Proposition Development, Product Manager, Senior Pricing Analyst, Policy Adviser - Data Management Strategy, Sales Director, Senior Digital Manager, Head of Product Management, Managing Director, Head of Emerging Products, Head of Motor Pricing & Underwriting, Head of C&I, European Insurance Specialist, Coordinator - Innovation Strategic Programme, Head of Motor, Head of Product Management, Manager - Motor Fleet Risk Management & Business Development, Director – Motor, Cheif Development Officer, Director - Business Development, Partner – Operations, Manager - Commercial Motor Underwriting, Managing Director, Actuary, Telematics Lead, Director – Marketing, ,Director - Insurance Operations, Manging Director Smart Motor, Senior Underwriter, Practice Leader, Europe - Motor Fleet, Group Director - Telematics & Navigation, Managing Director, Manager - Insurance & Claims, Account Manager, Manager - Business Development , Director, Director – Marketing ,Principle Consultant, COO, National Underwriting Manager - Fleet & Commercial Motor, Managing Director Claims Management & Adjusting, Principal Enterprise Architect, President & CEO ,Account Manager Decision Solutions, Strategy Manager, Vice President, CMO, Director – Engineering, Corporate Director, Director – Commercial, General Director, Strategic Insurance Consultant, Director, CTO, Automotive Safety, Vice President, Senior Consultant, Head of New Ventures, Vice President - Global Sales, Marketing Specialist, Manager - Loss Prevention, Product Manager, Product Manager, Group Manager - Business & Industry Information, Head Government Relations, Research Analyst, Key Investor, General Manager, Manager – Telematics, Researcher Mobile Devices, Partner, Head of Advanced Research, External Marketing Manager, Global Head of Value Proposition Development, Associate Director, Director - Global Partnerships, Manager - Event Project, Marketing & Sales, Vice President - Corporate Strategy, Coordinator – Marketing ,Senior Client Executive, Consultant, Lead Research, CFO , Marketing, Director - IT & Innovation

AMV Networks GmbH; APD Communications; Atos Worldline G Mb H; Avantia Group; AXA Matrix; Deutsche Telekom; EDF Energy; Energy Saving Trust; ERTICO ITS-Europe; FDK International Corporation; Fiat Auto; Fiat Auto U K Limited; Fleetboard; Fleetcompetence Europe Gmb H; fleetcompetence europe GmbH; FMG; Francisco Partners; Geotab; Harrod Booth Consulting; HopeRun Technology; LeasePlan UK Ltd; Lysanda Ltd; Machina Research; Madugu International Motors Limited; Masternaut; Michael L. Sena Consulting AB; Mouchel; Navteq Europe BV; O2; PTOLEMUS Group; Renault U K Ltd; Route Monkey; Scania A B; Scorpion automotive; Shell Uk; SMi Group Ltd; SSE; Sweden - Swedish Transport Administration; Telekom Austria Group M2M; Telematics Valley; Telogis; The Actuarial Consultants; The Climate Group; TNT Express; Tom Tom Group; Toshiba Fuel Cell Powers Systems Corporation; Towers Watson; Toyota Motor Europe; Tracker Network (U K) Ltd; TrafficSafe Ltd; Vodafone M2M; Volkswagen Ag; Young Marmalade Ltd; Zurich Insurance;

Conference programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Matt Hatton

Matt Hatton, Director, Machina Research

9:10 Making the insurance telematics business case work

Thomas Hallauer

Thomas Hallauer, Director of Marketing & Research, Ptolemus Consulting Group

  • What are the key financial levers to pull to reach a positive case for telematics?
  • What does the experience of UBI pioneers teach us?
  • How the strategy must be adapted to the local environment
  • What will be the impact of UBI on the insurer's motor book overall?
  • 9:40 Risk and Reward for Policy Holders

    Mark  Grant

    Mark Grant, Business Development Director , Insurethebox

    10:10 The changing FACES of UBI

    Mark Fensome

    Mark Fensome , Managing Director, Progressive Platforms

    • Fleet/Applications/Connectivity/Equipment/Services
    • Connecting the driver to the vehicle
    • Encouraging consumer involvement
    • Evolving the current M2M strategy to increase UBI adoption
    • Need for a unified standard on driver behaviour

    10:50 Morning Coffee

    11:20 Practical limits of crash reconstruction using telematics

    Colin Smithers

    Colin Smithers, CEO, REDTAIL Telematics Corporation

  • Examples of crashes reconstructed
  • Sources of error and error mitigation
  • Black box versus smartphone as data sources
  • 1kHz sampling and Gyros – are they really necessary?
  • 12:00 Innovation with the App

  • Roadsafe Reward  -  the journey so far
  • Telematics premiums  -  to renewal & beyond
  • What can you learn from Telematics data?
  • What’s coming next in insurer Telematics?
  • Caroline Currie

    Caroline Currie, Sales Director, Autoline Insurance Group

    Richard  Jelbert

    Richard Jelbert, Consultant, ImageMine Solutions Ltd

    12:30 Panel debate: Reinventing the insurance business?

  • How quickly user-based insurance will jump from niche to mainstream? 
  • What new models are creating opportunity? 
  • Risks associated with new models
  • What challenges will reshape our business further?
  • How will we serve customers more differently? How will be engage and market to them differently?
  • Crispin Moger

    Crispin Moger, Managing Director, Marmalade Ltd

    Manjit Rana

    Manjit Rana, Founder and Director, Ingenin

    Mark Fensome

    Mark Fensome , Managing Director, Progressive Platforms

    13:00 Networking Lunch

    14:00 Usage Based Insurance for Young Drivers –Embracing the connected lifestyle

    Crispin Moger

    Crispin Moger, Managing Director, Marmalade Ltd

  • Understanding behaviors of the next generation of drivers; lifestyles of Generation Y
  • Young drivers as a business model versus traditional insurance – what is the consumer proposition
  • Partnerships with Car Manufacturers to get young drivers 'On Brand
  • Insight into new business models 
  • Technology development and partnerships
  • 14:30 Facts about UBI and Turkey's Insurance Market: Ultimate leverage role of MNO

    Ibrahim Ozturk

    Ibrahim Ozturk, M2M Product Manager, Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri A.S.

  • Facts and figures of Insurance Market
  • Barriers for UBI
  • Leverage role of MNO
  • Insurance telematics can enhance the insurer’s brand relationship with customers
  • Opportunities for creating greater loyalty to the insurer brand
  • 15:00 Afternoon Tea

    15:30 Bringing the telematics proposition to independent brokers

    Johan Strydom

    Johan Strydom, Consulting Actuary, The Actuarial Consultants

    • How can independent brokers compete in a price driven market?
    • Telematics Insurance for mass market or niche segments
    • Selling tins of beans or individual advice
    • Customising insurance for a client's needs

    16:00 Applications for telematics in the claims environment

    Phillip  Swift

    Phillip Swift, Managing Director, CMA Claims

  • Applications for telematics in the claims environment
  •  Applying claims handling processes that mirror the benefits of telematics – why put a state of the art device in the car only to have it activate a claims process that is archaic?
  • Is investigation required – if so, when , of what / whom i.e. can telematics design-out some investigation (am I cutting my own throat?)
  • Data analysis
  •  Fraud
  • 16:30 Encouraging innovation for customers and insurer

    Paul Middle

    Paul Middle, Telematics Lead, RSA Insurance Group Plc

    • For customers fairer and more personalised with more affordable premiums
    • Insurer is able to understand risk at much higher levels; improves loss ratios and increasing profitability
    • Positive impacts on the broader community, by encouraging safer, 'greener' driving.

    17:00 Chairman's closing remarks and close of Day One

    8:30 Registration & Coffee

    9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    9:10 Telematics in action - insurer and customer initiatives

  • How are telematic systems used to manage risk in fleets?
  • Key success indicators and common pitfalls
  • Case study - Iron Mountain
  • Andrew Price

    Andrew Price, Practice Leader-Motor Fleet, Zurich Insurance

    Rory Morgan

    Rory Morgan, National Logistics General Manager, Iron Mountain

    9:50 Active risk management - how to radically improve risk profiles by acting on telematics data

    Ed Rochfort

    Ed Rochfort, Product Director, Carrot Insurance

  • Selection or interference?
  • Engage with or dispose of customers
  • Why the mass market is different
  • Are we about to enter the Dark Ages of telematics?
  • 10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:00 Vehicle Telematics

    Marcel Visser

    Marcel Visser, Director Business Development, Automotive Segment, , Gemalto

    Demand for Open Platform
    • Challenges, Requirements
    Enduser Demand for Data Privacy and Integrity
    • Bridging from today  accepted applications from other segments to tomorrow
    Pan European eCall
    • The wave, latest status

    11:40 Using smartphone based telematics to create engaging propositions for consumers

    Manjit Rana

    Manjit Rana, Founder and Director, Ingenin

    -          How do you create truly engaging insurance apps?
    -          What are consumers really interested in and how do you motivate them to use smartphone based telematics solutions?
    -          Is it all about pricing or can we create better relationships by using telematics to deliver more engaging value to our clients
    -          Better claims management or Prevention 2.0
    -         Gamification: Enhancing the consumer experience   
    -         The future of the PDE ‘Personal Digital Ecosystem’ and how this may impact telematics propositions of the future.

    12:20 Networking Lunch

    13:20 M2M, Big Data and the Connected Car

    Antti Aumo

    Antti Aumo, Marketing Director, Car Connectivity Consortium

  • With the amount of big data generated by mobile phones, insurance companies will be tempted to solicit access to carrier data for driver behavior and claims investigations
  • The connected car ecosystem will have to give drivers control of information shared with the carrier via mobile devices or on-board connected systems
  • Insurance companies should consult with technology providers on how to make connectivity technology safer, rather than going after consumers in a manner that invades their privacy and building an "opt-in" system for data usage in helping consumers be more responsible.
  • 14:00 Data Analytics and uses in all aspects of policy lifecycle

    Tony Lovick

    Tony Lovick, Senior Consultant, Towers Watson

    • Try Before You Buy
    • In-Force policy risk measurement
    • Renewal value and behaviour feedback
    • For each of these know how data can contribute to
    1.       Understanding the driver
    2.       Developing the business model
    3.       Maximizing the data value by turning it into actionable intelligence

    14:40 Afternoon Tea

    15:10 Disruption across the value chain: developments in M2M and impact on UBI

    Matt Hatton

    Matt Hatton, Director, Machina Research

  •  M2M module and device trends
  • Service provider landscape and evolution
  • Network access technology developments
  • 15:50 Data Protection and Disclosure: who guards the guards?

    Andrew  Parker

    Andrew Parker , Partner, DAC Beachcroft

  • Data management and security issues
  • Fair processing and demands for disclosure
  • Customers' understanding of use and the Consumer Insurance Act 2012
  • Data ownership and renewal - industry standards?
  • 16:30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two


    Machina Research
    Practice Leader-Motor Fleet
    Zurich Insurance
    Consulting Actuary
    The Actuarial Consultants
    Managing Director
    Marmalade Ltd
    Telematics Lead
    RSA Insurance Group Plc
    Managing Director
    CMA Claims
    DAC Beachcroft
    National Logistics General Manager
    Iron Mountain
    Founder and Director
    Director of Marketing & Research
    Ptolemus Consulting Group
    Managing Director
    Progressive Platforms
    Marketing Director
    Car Connectivity Consortium
    Sales Director
    Autoline Insurance Group
    REDTAIL Telematics Corporation
    Product Director
    Carrot Insurance
    Director Business Development, Automotive Segment,
    ImageMine Solutions Ltd
    Senior Consultant
    Towers Watson
    M2M Product Manager
    Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri A.S.
    Business Development Director

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