Australasian Fleet Conference & Exhibition 2019

3 days / 40+ Exhibitors
35+ Speakers / 20+ Educational sessions
May 22nd – 24th 2019

Providing professional development for the fleet industry

24 years as the peak industry body – linking people & knowledge, creating outcomes

Day 3

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Plenary Session

Mobility Management – The Future and the Now!

Mobility as a Service (MaaS or MassService) is utopia but perhaps the first step is Mobility as a Solution (MaaSolution). Whilst we are some way from MaaService bringing every kind of transport together into a single intuitive mobile app. MaaSolution is here and now.

MaaSolution is about asset utilisation, be it your asset or someone elses. Most vehicle assets are used less than 10% of the time providing opportunities to do more with them such as vehicle pooling or realising it might be cheaper to use someone else’s assets.

In this session you’ll hear from the RACV about their new app Arevo. It’s represents the early stages of MaaService and we’ll explore some unique MaaSolutions. Thinking outside the square delivering substantial savings and improved services.

*Content and speaker are subject to change.

Breakout Session


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Justin is GoGet Carshare’s General Manager for Victoria and South Australia.

He joined GoGet from Hertz Australia, where he headed fleet operations for carshare. Justin was part of the original core Flexicar carshare team which was acquired by the Hertz Corporation in 2010 and played a critical role in this transition.

Since his appointment to GoGet five years ago, the size of both the fleet and membership base across Melbourne and Adelaide has more than tripled to over 750 vehicles and 35,000 members.

His work with government and industry has helped establish carshare’s place as an integral part of the private-public transport landscape, and witnessed city councils embrace broad policy reform. The City of Melbourne is now targeting up to 30% of all households using carshare over the next decade.

Recently, Justin led the launch of an Australian first: the integration of carshare on airport. The initiative started at Melbourne Airport and soon expanded to Sydney and Adelaide Airports.

Born and raised in Zimbabwe, Justin holds an MBA. He is passionate about harnessing the productive disruption of the sharing economy for the benefit of the community.

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