With Intertraffic Amsterdam 2022 just a few days away, it’s time to check out the agenda for our Parking Network Symposium. Join us from 29-31 March as 25 parking industry experts take to the stage at Booth #12.341 to share their knowledge on trending topics, current challenges, and the latest innovative solutions.
From smart parking management and green parking to big data and urban mobility, our interactive presentations and live Q&A sessions will help you answer all your burning questions. So, let’s take a look at what’s on the packed agenda:
Big Data and Mobility
SenSen AI will be helping city councils get to grips with parking data to better manage their curbs and improve productivity, livability, and sustainability. And Yazamtec will be exploring how blockchain and AI can help municipalities and operators monetize their parking operations.
Find out how the EU Green Deal will impact parking and mobility as Q-Park takes a closer look at digital transition, parking standards, curbside management, and mobility hubs.
For a glimpse into the future of parking and EV charging solutions join Andy Parker as he reveals how Metric can enable payments in difficult locations. To learn how to remove friction from parking and EV charging join Autopay as they showcase their free-flow parking management system. And find out how you can help drivers charge in confidence at Parkopedia’s session Why the Mass Market EV Driver Needs More Accurate POI Information to Confidently Charge in Public.
Smart Parking Management and Services
We have a whole host of smart parking solutions on display during the symposium. Commend will present their future-ready communication solutions, Adaptive Recognition bring you their Carmen® Box and Carmen® Nano, CIRCONTROL will introduce their KSensor and CCV will provide the next piece of the puzzle for your customer journey.
For the next steps in camera-based smart parking join Parquery’s session, learn how to bypass the app-store and payment hardware with HONK, and discover the next-generation shopping mall parking experience with Yellow and Co.
And E-Squared Engineering’s Richard Easley will be taking to the stage to address the international challenge of truck parking. Real-life scenarios paired with innovative solutions will help to shine the spotlight on this often overlooked parking niche.
Smart Traffic Monitoring
Safer Place will be addressing the tricky issue of traffic and parking violations whilst Sighthound will be championing vehicle demographics as a means to understanding consumer behavior and driving parking revenues.
Smart Urban Mobility
Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield will use their session to explore the mobility experience in shopping center parking, whilst Phil Hoare from the London Borough of Barnet will take a deep dive into the use of ANPR in London.
APCOA will explain how transforming car parks into urban hubs will create cornerstones for the smart cities of the future whilst FLASH will consider why parking and mobility lag behind the trend towards digitalization. And Paragon ID will share a case study to showcase how parking can be integrated into the end-to-end transit journey, combining parking and tram travel for a seamless park and ride solution.
So, check out the agenda and fill your schedule with the sessions that interest you most. And, if you haven’t already registered for Intertraffic, you can still sign up for free with our special link for friends of Parking Network. We look forward to seeing you in the audience at the Symposium (Booth #12.341) and at our Parking Network Booth (#12.331).