Zonar to hold first fleet conference

Zonar Systems, a provider of fleet telematics, remote diagnostics and mobile onboard computing, will hold its inaugural annual fleet-management conference on May 14-16 at the Grand Hyatt Riverwalk in San Antonio, TX.

The company said “The Zone 2013” will boast industry speakers covering strategic transportation topics, including the latest trends in fleet management, impending CSA regulations, operational safety, driver retention, fuel efficiency and management best practices.

Fleet professionals will be able to attend over 80 educational breakout sessions, a transportation technology vendor fair, and work one-on-one with product specialists in an interactive learning lab.

Zonar said a key FMCSA official is slated to speak at the event to provide valuable information on CSA regulations, implications for the industry and how it will affect current fleet operations nationwide. Attendees will also hear from industry experts about the future of transportation technology and what fleets can do today to leverage existing systems.

“The transportation industry is rapidly changing,” said Brett Brinton, Zonar president & CEO. “Staying on top of industry news, technological developments and regulations can make all the difference in successfully managing a fleet. “The Zone is a great place for fleet professionals to expand their network, develop new skills and gain valuable knowledge from experts and peers.”

The Zone 2013 will also include Tte Zonar Golf Classic at The Quarry on May 14. On the evening of May 15, Zonar is hosting a Riverwalk Rock N’ Roll Gala at The Hard Rock Café and Howl at the Moon. The gala will include a Texas barbeque, dueling pianos and a special musical performance by Monte Montgomery, one of the “Top 50 All Time Greatest Guitar Players,” according to Guitar Player Magazine.

Registration for the event is now open. Learn more about The Zone 2013 and register at: www.zonarsystems.com/thezone2013.

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