Smart Parking and the Corporate Campus #12: Smart Parking and the Challenges of Co-Working

Smart Parking and the Challenges of Co-Working   Coworking spaces are on the rise. First groups of freelancers who wanted a communal working environment and access to things like conference rooms where clients could be met banded together. Smaller, agile companies that don’t need an entire office floor and wanted to share a kitchen and […]

Smart Parking and the Challenges Facing Hospitals

Smart Parking and the Challenges Facing Hospitals   Smart parking solutions have helped corporations and universities decrease costs and improve parking efficiency and productivity, but what about hospitals?   Hospitals have unique parking needs. Many people parking are transporting someone with a fairly serious injury, even if that injury isn’t life-threatening (otherwise they would be […]

The Low Cost of Smart Parking in a Report on Smart Parking Technologies

The Low Cost of Smart Parking in a Report on Smart Parking Technologies   Recently a white paper on smart parking technologies was conducted at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s Lally School of Management, in partnership with the New York State Enterprise Corporation, a not-for-profit technology consulting company that advises corporations and government agencies amongst other things. […]

The Case for Smart Parking in Commercial Real Estate Investments

The Case for Smart Parking in Commercial Real Estate Investments   When first-time investors get into commercial real estate, one of the things they might overlook is where their tenants and their customers are going to park. This can be a costly mistake in the long run, as it may indirectly hurt the value of […]

SMART PARKING AND THE CORPORATE CAMPUS #11: How the Final 30% Parks

Smart Parking and the Corporate Campus #11: How the Final 30% Parks   One of the key benefits smart parking delivers to corporate campuses is helping employees park faster and get into work sooner. How does that work? The first people coming to work don’t need smart parking. They arrive early to an empty lot. […]

Autonomous Vehicles and Smart Parking Part 2: Mass Transit

Autonomous Vehicles and Smart Parking Part 2: Mass Transit   San Ramon has become one of the first cities in California to offer driverless buses. In the Bishop Ranch area EasyMile shuttles are moving passengers between the local rail line and different office parks, according to ABC7 News. EasyMile shuttles are allowed by the Federal […]

Autonomous Vehicles and Smart Parking Part 1: Data Sources

Autonomous Vehicles and Smart Parking Part 1: Data Sources   The entire sector of Interconnected Mobility is preparing for the arrival of autonomous vehicles. Many different forms of transportation infrastructure are going to need to chance, and one of those is parking.   Autonomous vehicles have significant advantages over traditional drivers, but they also look […]