CCV's Easy Report: 17 Trends for Smarter Parking

CCV's Easy Report: 17 Trends for Smarter Parking

Advancements in technology have revolutionised the automobile industry. This has created the potential to redesign parking, increasing the efficiency and convenience of this stressful and uncertain process for the customer. Parking has been an essential part of the car industry, but has only seen improvements out of critical necessity, such as limited space and increased number of vehicles.

Stakeholders haven’t always been interested in actively modernising parking, as there was little perceived room for improvement. This is changing, and fast. In this e-book, we will cover recent trends in smart parking, focusing on how technology caters to customer needs.

17 ways for smarter parking

These needs have been around since the dawn of the automobile, but with industry developing in a high pace due to the rise of electric vehicles, IoT and changing customer needs, the demand for innovation has become even more acute. Read about these trends and many more in CCV’s e-book 17 trends in smarter parking. The revolution in on-street and off-street parking.

About CCV (www.ccv.eu)

CCV gives businesses new opportunities and facilities by enriching their payment process. ccvIt makes the future of payment possible today, by supporting payment everywhere and at all times: offline and online, with money or loyalty points. Not just in the Netherlands, but also in Europe, so that companies can get the most out of their business.

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