The BPA have published a new Parking Practice Note with Asset Skills entitled PPN31 - Technology in the Parking Industry.
The use of technology is increasingly widespread across the parking industry and this document examines the role technology plays in the sector, along with a number of key issues, such as; the current and future trends in parking technology, how these trends compare with parking industries in other parts of the world and the skills implications for the UK parking workforce.
This Parking Practice Note is jointly produced by the British Parking Association (BPA) and Asset Skills. Asset Skills is the Sector Skills Council for facilities management, housing, property, planning, cleaning and parking. They work with business, public and professional bodies and learning providers to ensure the training employers need is available to meet their current and future skills requirements.