Day Two

08:30
Registration and welcome coffee
08:50
Opening remarks from the Chair

Paul Robinson
General Manager
RIAA

The role of parking in the economic development of town and city centres
09:00
MINISTERIAL KEYNOTE: Where is infrastructure and cities heading - the plan for growth in our big urban centres
  • Addressing the growth challenges facing our cities and urban centres
  • Planning for the increased uptake in smart mobility and smart parking
  • Establishing a positive environment for technologies to enable improved accessibility

The Hon. Alan Tudge
Minister for Population Cities and Urban Infrastructure
Australian Government

09:40
Platinum partner presentation
10:00
Morning tea break
Prepare for autonomous vehicles and other disruptive technology
10:30
INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE: Brighton and Hove City’s approach to the selection of locations for electric charge points
  • Brighton and Hove City’s vision for the future of EVs
  • Meeting the chargepoints increasing requirements
  • Working with partners and residents to select the most convenient and appropriate locations
  • How should cities and technology companies work together?
  • Learning from Brighton and Hove City’s clean transport strategies being adopted
  • How these learning can be applicable to smart parking

Paul Nicholls
Parking Strategy & Contracts Manager
Brighton and Hove City Council (UK)

11:00
CASE STUDY: Adapting to disruption by being future-ready, smart and flexible
  • Impact of smart and predictive parking 
  • The future of parking and public private partnership
  • How do we get there? 

Roger Rooney
Smart Cities, Smart Parking and Digital Transformation Consultant

11:30
PANEL DISCUSSION: The growth of mobility services – influences in parking strategies
  • Major implications of smart mobile on parking – and ways to overcome them
  • Exploring the evolution of urban mobility around connectivity, car-sharing, ride-sharing, electrification and autonomous vehicles
  • How the evolution of urban mobility impacts parking planning and strategies

Panel moderator:

Paul Robinson
General Manager
RIAA

Panellists:

Paul Nicholls
Parking Strategy & Contracts Manager
Brighton and Hove City Council (UK)

Roger Rooney
Smart Cities, Smart Parking and Digital Transformation Consultant

Sarah Randall
Head of Parking
Croydon Council (UK)

12:15
Partner presentation
12:30
Networking lunch break
Realising the full value of both car parks and on street spaces with apps
13:30
Using open data on Switch on Darwin – insights on the smart parking project
  • Challenges in implementing city-scale smart infrastructure in Darwin including smart parking
  • Integrating infrastructure with smart services through an open IoT platform
  • How smart parking is helping stimulate new city partnerships
  • Analysing how the projects is enabling overall city growth

Joshua Sattler
General Manager Innovation, Growth & Development Services
City of Darwin

Finding collaborative solutions to benefit the entire community
14:00
CASE STUDY: The customer centric approach behind City of Adelaide’s smart parking
  • Understanding City of Adelaide’s smart parking end-to-end journey
  • The purpose behind the 2,800 in-ground sensors in on-street bays
  • Why keeping the end-user at the heart of our strategies was critical in our journey’s success
  • Reviewing the benefits this project has delivered to the citizens

Lisa Loveday
Manager, City Services
City of Adelaide

14:30
CASE STUDY: Lane Cove City Council innovative initiatives on smart parking
  • An overview of Lane Cove City critical parking challenges
  • Exploring the council’s journey in adopting innovative initiatives to solve the issues
  • Lessons learned during the implementation processes
  • Results to date

David Stevens
Manager Commercial Operations
Lane Cove Council

15:00
Afternoon tea break
15:30
CASE STUDY: How the Share with Oscar APP is disrupting the parking space
  • Understand Share with Oscar – a better version of Airbnb and Uber for parking
  • Making cities smarter and more liveable through practical applications of the shared economy principles
  • Finding solutions with collaborative support from and benefits to the wider community

Louise Chen
Co-Founder
Share with Oscar

Lisa Qi
Co-Founder
Share with Oscar

16:00
PANEL DISCUSSION: Meeting the needs of your community

Most councils are using similar strategies and technologies to implement their smart parking projects. But the critical question councils are asking is how these are really benefiting the community and meeting citizens’ needs. This session is designed to explore the real challenges faced by citizens and find new ways and solutions to solve the parking conundrum.

  • How is technology reshaping citizens’ behaviours, expectations and needs?
  • How can councils enable citizens to participate in con-creating their smart parking and smart cities?
  • What role does data play in achieving this?

Panel moderator:

Paul Robinson
General Manager
RIAA

Panellists:

Lisa Loveday
Manager, City Services
City of Adelaide

Louise Chen
Co-Founder
Share with Oscar

Lisa Qi
Co-Founder
Share with Oscar

16:45
Closing remarks from the Chair
17:00
End of Day Two and End of the Conference