Ask any driver to identify a part of driving that makes them crazy and one answer will invariably be searching for parking. The idea of circling city streets, scanning every available space for a spot that just isn’t there is frustrating, as anyone can attest. But that exasperated feeling is not the only cost to you, the city you’re in or the environment as a whole.
Our world is changing. People and businesses create, store and share huge amounts of information every day, and every day that amount grows bigger – as does the risk of that data being misused. Protecting personal data is the basis of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that will go into effect 25 May 2018 across the European Union (EU). We’ve listed the most salient points here to help you understand what it means for your business so you can prepare for the new operating realities to come.
5 tech trends that will change the parking industry
In the modern world, change is the only constant. The newest technologies are self-accelerating in that they use tools from the previous round of innovation to develop even faster. Staying on top of this rapid and constant technological evolution can be tricky, but the benefits are definitely rewarding. Here to help are five tech trends and tools we think businesses should keep track of to stay ready and relevant for the inevitable changes to come.