Connectivity is the exploding technology trend of 2016. Refrigerators that create shopping lists, cars that provide real-time tire pressure information, and watches that track the number of daily steps you take are just a few examples. These advances allow us to simultaneously connect to devices, consumers, and the world–and with it come opportunities to help us continue to evolve the parking services we deliver.
To assist parking professionals in understanding these trends and the ways to capitalize on them, Chris Chettle of T2 Systems, Mike Drow of SP+, and Peter Lange of Texas A&M University get together to offer their thoughts on how this trend is affecting the parking industry.
Click here to view the article from IPI’s February issue of Parking Professional: Getting Connected.