Three ways IoT is shifting the future of transportation

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31 October 2018

Supported by:

31 October 2018


Government regulations, volatile fuel prices and a continual requirement to improve business process and customer service are complicating the transportation industry. Staying competitive and compliant requires proactive and precise tracking and controlling every detail of operations. IoT solutions for transportation provide the innovative answers needed to address the most pressing issues facing commercial fleet entities.

In this webinar, our speakers took a deep dive into how ‘Connected Transport’ is driving an IoT Revolution and how these three innovations are shifting the future of transportation;

  • Theft prevention with vehicle tracking
  • Transport operation optimisation with Telematics
  • Selecting the right IoT technology and strategy


Gilli Coston, SVP of IoT Solutions – EMEA, KORE Wireless

A senior leader in the field of the Internet of Things, M2M and telecoms, Gilli Coston’s background spans three decades developing business and commercial partnerships in senior management and leadership roles. Gilli has spent many years building high performing teams and held key roles such as Chief Strategy Officer, Managing Director and now Senior Vice President of Sales in this dynamic technology and telecoms industry.

Joining KORE (then Wyless) in 2013, Gilli currently holds the position as Senior Vice President for sales – continuing to promote high performance, diversity and equality within KORE and within the Internet of Things industry.  She is a key sponsor of many Women in Technology & Telecoms sectors and performs as a board member of the Internet of Things and M2M Council, established to promote strong working practices of Internet of Things and is a keen mentor for various ‘Women in’ technology groups and individuals.

Greig Hilton, Managing Director, TRACKER Network UK

Greig is an experienced executive in the telecommunications, media and technology market, having worked in blue chip corporate M&A and business development for the majority of his career. Greig has created and run B2B & B2C SaaS based businesses in the digital and internet space, encompassing e-commerce, retail and ‘white label’ business models.

His career started at the Disney ABC Television Group where he was Head of Finance Ventures & Business Development for six years, before taking up his roles of CFO and COO at FilmFlex Movies, a pioneering OTT VOD platform. Following this worked in a number of other roles, including real-time digital advertising software company, before joining TRACKER in November 2017 as the Managing Director.

Greig has guided TRACKER through a number of changes since he joined and has placed a greater focus on its sales strategy and platforms to appeal to a wider consumer market, ensuring the business is well placed to support the future of connected cars, the Internet of Things (IoT) and telematics products. With the business entering its 25th year in the UK market, Greig continues to explore opportunities for TRACKER to expand its successful and ever growing suite of product offerings.