Overview of where the parking industry is now and where it wants to be. Group discussion on factors which are preventing the industry from reaching its goals.
Learn how to effectively use online, digital and social media engagement tools to augment your outreach efforts and elevate your public process.
The car park of tomorrow will be a hub for a variety of mobility services: be it P&R, car sharing, bicycle parking, bicycle rentals or charging of vehicles.
Graeme Cowan shares practical strategies to help leaders better understand themselves, sustain a positive mood, and thrive through change.
End-of-Trip Facilities are now considered an essential provision within contemporary office buildings to cater for the increasing popularity of commuting by bike. Car parks may find themselves with excess capacity which could be used to set up a facility.
On-street parking in large cities can be an expensive headache. However, the installation of parking sensors in cities promises a better trade-off between prices and the ease of finding a parking space.
Jay Primus provides an in-depth overview of SFpark, a pilot test of a new approach to managing parking in San Francisco completed in 2014.
With insights from visionaries such as Leonard DiVinci this presentation from Jason Deller will explore transformational thinking and how this process impacts your decision making and more importantly how it can influence your life outcomes.
Cities and Communities stand to benefit the most from connecting people, process, data, and things. Working with Cisco, partnering with technology leaders and global and local innovators, cities are developing IoE related projects, platforms and solutions to address real challenges.