Day Two

Wednesday 2 December

08:30
Welcome coffee
08:50
Welcome and blessing from a local Iwi
08:55
Opening remarks from the chair

Roger Rooney
Transport Advisor

COLLABORATION DRIVES INNOVATION
09:00
The key of the future of parking is through connections, collaboration and innovation
  • What is happening with parking globally?
  • The relevance of global parking strategies
  • How connections and collaboration can support innovation

Jannat Maqbool
Director
Smart Cities Council ANZ

09:30
Optimising parking by implementing a Total Parking strategy for ultimate parking availability transparency
  • Private sector and public sector parking data sharing outcomes
  • Smart parking availability data is provided to a neutral platform to provide a citywide picture of available parking
  • Benefits of the Total Parking strategy to the city and the community
  • Approaches to implement and manage the Total Parking strategy

Roger Rooney
Transport Advisor

10:00
Collaboration for transportation:car sharing to reduce the number of cars on the street
  • How car sharing works and why it is beneficial for both users and the city
  • Car sharing advantages and challenges
  • Why it important to collaborate through technology for easy and efficient transportation and parking

Victoria Carter
Director, NZ Transport Agency &
Co-founder, Cityhop

10:30
CASE STUDY: Adapting to disruption by being future-ready, smart and flexible
  • Collaboration between car parks and air taxi infrastructure builders
  • Landing pads on rooftops as the way to efficient 3D transportation
  • Major challenges ahead for flying taxi infrastructure

Clem Newton -Brown
Chief Executive Officer and Founder
Skyportz

11:00
Morning Tea
UNDERSTANDING THE DATA YOU HAVE AND HOW TO UTILISE AND PROTECT IT
11:30
Data enabled decision making in the parking environment
  • What advantages parking data can offer a parking operator
  • How to use data in the parking industry to make informed decisions
  • How data can assist in future planning by looking at the past

John Purcell
Parking Activity Manager and Prosecutor
Hamilton City Council

12:00
Leaving the IoT security to someone else
  • Smart city cyber security – who can you trust?
  • The difference between the core and edge IoT security
  • Why you should be careful with your cyber security vendor

TBC

12:30
Partner Presentation
13:00
Lunch
PARKING TECHNOLOGY USE CASES YOU SHOULD CONSIDER
14:00
Post-earthquake parking challenges, policy changes and innovations to future-proof parking in Christchurch
  • Challenges faced due to seismic waves and how Christchurch City Council dealt with them
  • New policy direction initiated to improve parking and traffic
  • Technology incorporation to assist parking management
  • Plans for the future of parking to further revolutionise parking

Richard Osborne
Head of Transport
Christchurch City Council

14:30
Looking back on the performance of interventions associated with the Gold Coast City Parking Plan
  • The goal of the Gold Coast City Parking Plan
  • The challenges and solutions during the last 5 years of the parking plan
  • The future of parking, looking at the next decade ahead
  • Progressive implementation plans for the future of parking

Anthony Papa
Transport Planner
City of Gold Coast

15:00
Mobility parking abuse: how collaboration improved on the initial outcomes
  • Using technology to decrease mobility parking abuse
  • Challenges with the current project and possible solutions
  • How to improve outcomes with collaboration with parking providers and enforcement teams
  • Changes and initial outcomes with the project

Raewyn Hailes
Access Coordinator
CCS Disability Action

15:30
Afternoon Break
HOW THE FUTURE WILL INFLUENCE PARKING
16:00
Transitioning to a future with electric vehicles: When parking operators become electricity retailers
  • Implementation and policies around electric vehicles and charging stations
  • Infrastructure needs for electric vehicles and who will benefit most from EV charging stations
  • The importance of demand management with regards to electric vehicles

Steve West
Director
Drive Electric New Zealand

16:30
Panel discussion: Looking to the future of parking with innovative technology

Technology is causing transformation in every industry, including parking. What does the future of parking look like? Is it transportation in 3D, automation, flexible facilities or all of the above? This panel will discuss current and future parking challenges and how technology and innovation can solve these issues. Including:

  • How will technology enable the innovation of parking in the next decade?
  • Which technologies will be the first and last to aid in the parking dilemma?
  • Will electric vehicles become more popular than fuel operated vehicles and how should cities prepare for more electric vehicles including parking?
  • Will technology enable transportation in 3D (air taxis) and what will this mean for traffic congestion parking?

Moderator:

Roger Rooney
Transport Advisor

Panellists:

Steve West
Director
Drive Electric New Zealand

Andrew Crosby
Vice General Manager, Universal Homes Limited, Board Member
Urban Development Institute of New Zealand

Fern Evitt
Director
Untethered Thinking

17:00
Closing remarks from the chair
17:05
End of day two and conclusion of conference