One Stop Parking
In 2013 the Dutch municipal councils pioneered a single national parking register, forming a cooperative to realise this vision. The Dutch National Parking Register enables drivers to use whatever payment service they like wherever they park.
The Role Parking Plays in Smart Cities
Smart city technologies provide real opportunities to build a stronger economies, develop safer communities and improve service delivery to residents, businesses and visitors alike. Learn how leading smart cities innovators using technology to foster change and the challenges that they face along the way.
Lessons and Learnings from the Commonwealth Games – Matthew Longland
Deputy Director-General of Transport and Main Roads - Matthew Longland, provides insight into the key strategies that were implemented to address the unique challenges faced by the department.
The Elephant in the Scheme – Dr Elizabeth Taylor
Car parking is a significant land use and part of transport systems, but has often been overlooked in debates about cities and their futures - an elephant in the planning scheme. This presentation draws on recent research (focusing on Melbourne, but drawing on international comparisons) on the past, present, and future of planning policies for parking in Australia.
Changing Spaces – Are traditional car parks redundant?
With the emergence of new forms of transport such as rideshare, carshare, electric vehicles and soon autonomous vehicles - will traditional commercial car parks become redundant? Facing an ever increasing pace of change will we start to see developers removing and retrofitting basement city car parks?
Ethical Hacker – Daniel Weis
Daniel Weis was one of the first 10 people in the world to become a Certified Ethical Hacker. He has over 24 years’ experience in I.T, in a range of different industries, and heads up Kiandra’s team of Cyber Security Experts.
Future trends in car park occupancy – Cristina Lynn
Hear from ptc's Cristina Lynn as she identifies trends in demand for parking across different industry sectors and evaluates potential for repurposing parking structures and facilities to other uses.
Parking Panel – Data, Analytics & Integration
Parking panel members from the City of Brisbane, ADVAM and Bistech talk about the opportunities for using and analysing data to better predict what your customers are purchasing.
How to provide a safer car park – Paul Trevor Hillier
Paul Trevor Hillier discusses the types of crashes/incidents which occur within car parks and their interfaces with the public highway.
Driverless vehicles in Australia – a match made in heaven? Peter Damen
Hear about the disruptive impacts and opportunities of driverless vehicles and their likely effects on the parking industry.
Parking Masterclass – Rachel Smith & Vanessa Solesbee
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.
Parking driving mobility – Ed Debenham
Hear about NRMA’s approach to mobility, including parking strategy and the role that NRMA can play in mobility as a service.
Westminster Council Case Study – Kieran Fitsall
Kieran Fitsall discusses the challenges faced by a capital city in managing its kerbside and the role of technology in delivering parking services to an increasingly tech-savy public.
What is the future for car parking – Rachel Smith
Discover how our world is changing rapidly and understand the seven factors which prevent us from embracing change. Plus options for planning the future of transport.
How to Facilitate a Meaningful Community Dialogue about Parking – Vanessa Solesbee
Learn how to effectively use online, digital and social media engagement tools to augment your outreach efforts and elevate your public process.
Women in Parking Breakfast – Christine Nixon
Christine Nixon presents on women in business, resilience, management, change and how to build leadership and teamwork skills.
Live Breakfast Blog – Mosstyn Howell, Jay Primus & Robert Weiskopf
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.
Building Leadership, Resilience, Wellbeing and Performance – Graeme Cowan
Graeme Cowan shares practical strategies to help leaders better understand themselves, sustain a positive mood, and thrive through change.
Parking Immediacy – Greg Briscoe-Hough
Maximising the commercial and communal experience from car to venue and back. This presentation will identify alternatives to 'on-the-spot' immediacy and engage drivers with a wider experience of the public domain.
Intelligent ANPR – Subhash Challa & Ashley Ward
Originating out of concerns about school safety Ipswich City Council and Sensen Networks have developed the most advanced capability Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) system in the world for parking compliance.
Myths & Facts Demystifying EMV – Panel Session
Panelists: Stuart McGregor (Payment Express), Paul Sidwell (ADVAM) & Mike Wilkinson (Trustwave SpiderLabs) A panel of industry specilaists attempt to unravel and discuss in depth the many myths in the EMV space.
Why We Need More End-of-Trip Facilities – Andrew Morse
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.
Maximising Policy Outcomes with Dynamic Parking Pricing – Mark Byrne
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.
Demonstrating a New Approach to Parking Management – Jay Primus
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.
Transformation Thinking of a Time Travelling Engineer – Jason Deller
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.
Smart Cities, Smart Services – Keith Pereira & Scott Reid
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.