The Australian Driverless Vehicle Initiative (ADVI) of which Parking Australia is a partner, will exhibit an electric powered driverless POD at PACE in Perth from 8 -10 November. The POD, which uses sensor and navigation technology was on display at the Intelligent Transport Systems Expo this week and no doubt will be a highlight of the Parking Australia Covention & Exhibition in Perth.
The ADVI is also hosting, in conjunction with Parking Australia, a forum on Tuesday 8th November from 11am – 1pm at Crown. The Forum will be attended by other ADVI partners and provide delegates the opportunity to learn and discuss the impacts and opportunities that driverless vehicles will bring to the Parking industry. Peter Damen, Chair of the Executive Steering Committee for ADVI, will facilitate the panel discussion.
Attendance at the forum is free to delegates of PACE, however you MUST register by emailing Melanie Robertson on firstname.lastname@example.org or when you REGISTER for PACE.
About PACE 2016
The Parking industry is undergoing rapid change – electric cars, driverless cars, car sharing, app based searching booking and payment systems, and the efficient integration of parking with other modes of transport, will all significantly alter the way drivers react to our services.
In keeping with our focus on raising the bar, this convention will excite you with how much innovation is occurring in the Parking Industry. Exhibitors will show you new technologies that increase customer convenience and loyalty and make much more effective use of your parking assets. Guest speakers will discuss case studies that changed problems into opportunities, and the people you meet will provide you with alternative solutions to deal with your parking issues.
We look forward to welcoming you to the 2016 Parking Australia Convention & Exhibition (PACE).