Intelligent Transportation Society of America’s Smart Parking Symposium 2013

From Transform:

Sponsored by the Intelligent Transportation Society of America

For the first time, ITSA is bringing its Smart Parking Symposium to the West Coast. This event will cover the latest in smart parking technology, its application in the public space and the environmental and economic impact on the municipalities and private organizations that have implemented smart parking technology. This event aims to foster communication between the public and private sectors in order to facilitate the implementation of smart parking technologies and increase understanding of their impact on the community.

The ITS America Smart Parking Symposium will address:

  Lessons learned in the trenches – thought provoking insight from local and regional public officials.

  Public sector keynotes responding to the growing demand and trends in smart parking.

  New and innovative solutions from smart parking providers.

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