Smart Parking with ITS: Transforming an Industry
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Wednesday, October 19, 2011: 3:30 PM-5:00 PM
S331D (Orange County Convention Center )
Fontenalis Partners, Fontenalis Partners
Steve Bayless, Director of Telecommunications and Telematics, ITS America
Parking is an estimated $24-25 billion enterprise in the US, and there has been a burst of investment to apply technology to improve customer service and streamline operations across the industry. Parking operators are investing in new technology such as park-by-phone payments, reservation systems, and parking guidance. Streamlined operations benefit from automated electronic permitting, revenue control, and parking enforcement across a number of different service models -- City Centers, Airports and large business locations such as hospitals, universities, office campuses, shopping centers and hotels, as well as on-street metered parking. This session looks at technology and business models that drive innovation in the field.