April 2, 2016

PIE 2016 Featured Speakers Announced!

The Parking Industry Exhibition reaches out to dozens of experts in all areas of the Parking World. These are consultants, vendors, senior parking managers in cities and universities as well as parking operators and parking facility developers. We asked them to participate, we did not simply put out a “call for papers.” It’s much more difficult to develop a program this way, but it means that you will receive the best information from the finest sources available.

Graham Arndt

Director of Operations and Maintenance at Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia

Pay As You Go Permits Increase Your Capacity Without Adding a Space

Graham is the Director, Operations and Maintenance at Curtin University in Perth Western Australia.  He has worked with parking for 8 years and instigated the change from permit to pay-as-you-go parking.  He has been a member of the Board of management of Parking Australia since 2010, and was recently elected to the Board of the Tertiary Education Facilities Management Association for Australia and New Zealand.  His role at Curtin has varied many times over his 25 years and is now responsible for: security, maintenance; cleaning; waste and recycling; grounds and gardens; place activation; transport; and—of course—parking.

Graham is a keen (but not very good) golfer; and a good (but not very keen) gardener


Roxanna Bryant

MPH, LEED AP, CHFM – Executive Director of Corporate Facility Services | Real Estate Facilities Construction & Operations (REFCO) Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian

Do you want to convert your Hospital to pay for parking?

Roxanna Bryant holds a Master’s degree in Public Health and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology, both from UCLA.  Roxanna has earned the LEED Accredited Professional certification from the Green Buildings Certification Institute, the Certification in Homeland Security from the Forensic Examiner’s institute, and the Certified Healthcare Facility Manager from the American Hospital Association.  Roxanna serves as the Executive Director of Corporate Facility Services at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, where she oversees Parking & Valet, Engineering & Utilities, Safety, Security, Hazardous Materials, Emergency Management, and Communications.  In her spare time, she is a mom of two and likes to scuba dive and travel.


Barbara Chance, PHD

CHANCE Management Advisors, Inc.

Spaghetti Technology: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.

Barbara J. Chance is the President and CEO of CHANCE Management Advisors, Inc. (CMA) of Philadelphia.   CMA provides parking and transportation consulting to municipalities, colleges and universities, medical centers, special event venues and other public and private owners of parking and transportation functions.  The firm has worked in over 30 states in the U.S. as well as in Canada, Lebanon, and Kuwait.  (It just goes to show that parking can take you a lot of places!)

Dr. Chance holds a B.A. and an M.A. from Kansas State University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln.  She was a professor at the University of Texas at Austin, teaching courses in advanced transportation studies, urbanization, city planning, and public policy.  She also served on the faculty of the Council for Advanced Transportation Studies and was an appointed Planning Commissioner for the City of Austin.

In Philadelphia, she was employed as the first Director of On-Street Parking and was responsible for combining the functions from 13 City departments into the On-Street Bureau.  Her responsibilities were to develop, implement, and manage a new program to consolidate all on-street parking functions and manage a staff of 250.  She organized nine operating branches, including parking ticket processing, parking enforcement, parking meter operations, regulations and signs, residential permit parking, and a city-wide communications system.

Later she founded CMA to provide consulting services.  She was selected as the International Parking Institute’s Parking Professional of the Year in 2011, and she is a Founding Leadership Board member of Women in Parking.  She has served on the IPI Board of Directors and currently is a member of the Advisory Council and several committees. She has taught the Parking Management session of the Certified Administrator of Public Parking Program (CAPP) since its inception.


Joe Ciccarelli

Associate, Dixon Resources Unlimited

On Street Revenue Reconciliation: Efficiency & Accuracy through Technology & Automation

Joe Ciccarelli is an Associate Consultant where he currently provides support for multiple projects. Joe is also managing the DIXON internship program in coordination with a number of local universities. His extensive experience in logistics, customer service and management have helped him provide significant task and project management support for the company.  Joe is coordinating the parking technology implementation for the City of Los Angeles Parking Meter Counting and Collections Project.   He is responsible for route optimization, operational improvement recommendations, auditing and the overall oversight of the parking technology and revenue reconciliation upgrades.


Dennis Cunning

DLC Consulting

Auditing – Ensuring your Operation is Running According to the Rules

Dennis L. Cunning of DLC Consulting brings over thirty-seven years of diversified experience in all facets of the off street parking industry with emphasis on operational review, cash controls, Revenue/Access Control systems (PARCS), and operational efficiency.
Mr. Cunning is the first Consultant to become a Certified Administrator of Public Parking and was a founding member of the first CAPP graduating class.  DLC Consulting works with parking facility owners including institutions, hospitals, individual parking lot/garage owners, or parking authorities with respect to increasing the efficiency of the existing parking operations while providing operational reviews, selecting revenue/access control equipment, providing technical specifications, and assistant with Operator selection and Management Agreement format/language.  DLC also offers assistance for Owners who manage their in-house operations.


Sandra Darling, E.I.T.

Consultant, Kimley-Horn

Conducting a Parking Study – Consultant Panel

Sandra Darling is a parking consultant in Kimley-Horn’s Phoenix, AZ office. Sandra’s experience includes parking demand and management analysis including supply and demand evaluations, parking turnover analysis, and feasibility of parking districts. Sandra is one of Kimley-Horn’s leading Park+ modeling specialists, having built more than 20 such models over the past three years. Sandra also oversees the Park+ user group and facilitator for trainings. Sandra is also Kimley-Horn’s lead license plate recognition (LPR) data collection specialist and has developed methodologies to utilize LPR data for occupancy, turnover, movement, and origin-destination information.


Matthew Darst

Vice President of Parking and Mobility, Xerox

Ceci N’est Pas Une Pipe

Matt presided over significant programs during his sixteen-year tenure with the City of Chicago, including two parking ticket amnesty programs; general and hardship payment plans; changes to boot eligibility; and the implementation of cutting edge technologies and process reengineering to vastly improve productivity. Matt joined Xerox in June of 2010 and manages IndyLab, the virtual laboratory, as well as a team of data scientists, collections experts, and subject matter experts. Matt earned his JD at DePaul University College of Law.


Harry J. Delgado, Ed.S., CAPP

Director of Operations and Security, New Brunswick Parking Authority (NBPA)

IPS Case Study: Efficiency at its Best

Harry J Delgado, Ed.S., CAPP  is the Director of Operations  and Security for the New Brunswick Parking Authority (NBPA). In this capacity Mr. Delgado directs, plans, organizes and coordinates all programs, functions, and activities of the New Brunswick Parking Authority to fulfill staffing, training, classification, compensation, and labor relations. In addition, provides leadership as a member of the executive leadership team on an organization-wide and community basis to ensure that public services are provided in alignment with the authority’s strategic objectives. Mr. Delgado is Certified Administrator of Public Parking (CAPP), a member of the Education Committee and the Security and Safety Committee of the International Parking Institute (IPI). Mr. Delgado has a Master of Arts degree (MA) in Human Resource Management and an Education Specialist Degree (Ed.S) in Education Leadership Management policy, Administration and Supervision.


Dale Denda

Director of Research, Parking Market Research Company

Using Data for Sound Market Analysis vs. Using Data for an Agenda

Mr. Denda co-founded PMRC over 25 years ago,  The company is a uniquely positioned market research organization devoted solely to providing real time market intelligence and the study of trends, activity and quantification of the US parking market.


Julie Dixon

Principal Consultant, Dixon Resources Unlimited

On Street Revenue Reconciliation: Efficiency & Accuracy through Technology & Automation

Enforcement – Maximizing your Resources Using Technology & Customer Service Training

Conducting a Parking Study – Consultant Panel

On Street Parking Technology Review & How to Procure It 

With over 23 years of parking and transportation management experience, Julie Dixon has been directly supporting municipalities throughout the United States.  She has extensive knowledge and hands-on experience with the solicitation, development, deployment, operation, and maintenance of solutions ranging from municipal parking programs to automated enforcement systems.  She has been responsible for establishing policies, defining objectives and delivering on initiatives for municipalities of all sizes, working at all levels within the administration, enforcement and adjudication processes.  In October 2012, Ms. Dixon founded Dixon Resources Unlimited with a goal of directly supporting municipal parking programs.


Bryan Gusdorf

President, Gusdorf Marketing Group

Social Media and Marketing your Parking Services

With over 20 years of connecting people and products through multi-media marketing, starting Gusdorf Marketing Group was a seamless and natural transition for Bryan Gusdorf. As President, he draws from his expansive experience helping companies discover their brand’s voice and creating strategic marketing programs that seamlessly integrate their voice and unique positioning with digital and content marketing efforts.

Before launching Gusdorf Marketing Group, Bryan served as the Senior Vice President of Marketing & Sales for the L&R Group of Companies for over 8 years.  In this capacity, he oversaw sales and marketing initiatives for multiple divisions nationally.  He was instrumental in the company’s growth nationally and breaking new ground in multiple markets simultaneously including: Los Angeles, Atlanta, Seattle, Denver, Houston, San Diego, Philadelphia, Jacksonville, Atlanta, Orlando, New Jersey and Milwaukee.

Gusdorf also has extensive experience developing and implementing strategic marketing and business plans to accelerate growth serving the downtown urban and airport parking sectors. Gusdorf’s earlier career included ten years in the entertainment industry as a Sr. Regional Marketing Communications Manager for Adelphia Communications, Comcast and Jones Intercable where he oversaw marketing communications and product marketing launches.

Bryan holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communications with a Minor in Business Management from The University of New Mexico. In addition, he is a California Licensed Real Estate Broker and a member of the American Marketing Association.


Dr. Gerald (Bob) Harkins, EDD

Associate Vice President for Campus Safety and Security, University of Texas at Austin of Texas

Managing Inventory During Construction 

Bob Harkins became the Associate  Vice President for Campus Safety and Security on September 1, 2005.  He coordinates the activities of Emergency Preparedness, Environmental Health and Safety, Fire Prevention Services, Parking and Transportation Services, and The University of Texas Police Department.  Bob enriches our community with over 12 years of extensive knowledge in leading the campus safety and security programs of two major universities.

Prior to assuming his current position, Bob spent 27 years in the Army, retiring as a colonel.  Over the course of his military career he was awarded two Silver Stars for valor and two Purple Hearts.  Throughout his career he has had a variety of assignments focusing on campus safety and security.  Bob earned his doctorate in education from Pittsburgh University in 1998.  He continuously plans the steps toward making The University of Texas at Austin the safest campus in the nation by leading the Safety and Security Committee and reaching out to students, faculty and staff to create a safety-minded community.


Mike Harley

President and COO, Parking Reservations Software

Dynamic Rate Setting

As a 30-year veteran of the travel industry, Mike brings significant experience in reservations technology, internet marketing and business development. Mike is passionate about helping businesses formulate and implement successful strategies to brand their business online.

Mike co-founded SMC Software in 2009 to offer a suite of enterprise cloud-based solutions that would include real-time reservations, loyalty, monthly, mobile and yield management logic for the parking industry in North America.

Prior to SMC, Mike served twenty years as President/COO of Payless Car Rental, Payless Car Sales and Payless Parking. Mike led an international team in building relationships with recognized vendors and strategic partners to maximize revenues. Mike spearheaded and implemented Payless’ first Central Reservations System (CRS) in 1984, and then lead the creation of a web-centric system that was instrumental in developing the company’s go-to-market strategy and early revenue partnerships with many airlines, Global Distribution Systems, Orbitz, Travelocity, and Expedia. Mike managed and developed from the ground up several 24/7 call centers and reservation systems processing an excess of 1.5 million transactions annually. In 2003, Mike deployed the first web-based Central Reservations System in the parking industry.


Tom Hartley

Executive Director (CAPP), Florida International University

Are Students and Faculty Customers?

Tom Hartley is the Executive Director of Parking & Transportation at Florida International University. Tom provides overall leadership and direction to the Department of Parking & Transportation, Vehicle Services and the Office of University Sustainability. His responsibilities include: Developing new strategic business practices to maximize existing parking facilities usage.  Providing operational expansion, revenue creation, as well as stewardship of resources. Ensuring alignment of departmental goals with overall University strategy. Preparing recurring financial reports for the Office of Business and Finance as well as Board meetings and other Executive forums and meetings.  Tom serves as the Chair of the University’s Parking & Transportation Advisory Committee and makes recommendations to other units in response to current and future demands.

Tom transitioned into Parking & Transportation as Director of Operations at Mohegan Sun after his 22 year tenure with the Disney organization. Prior to joining the FIU team, Tom was the Executive Director of Bethlehem Parking Authority in PA. and is a member of IPI and NPA.


Lissette Hernandez

Director (CAPP) Parking and Transportation, Florida International University

Are Students and Faculty Customers?

Lissette Hernandez is currently the Director of Parking and Transportation at Florida International University.  With 20 years of experience in the university parking industry, Lissette’s current role which oversees all of the daily operations for the campuses for enforcement, maintenance and transportation.  While at FIU, Lissette has been directly involved in the master planning effort by serving on several university committees. She received her CAPP certification in 2009 and has been a member of IPI and FPA for over ten years, currently serving on the FPA Conference Planning committee for the 2012 conference.


 Alexander Israel

General Manager & Vice President of Parking, INRIX

Connected Cars – The Future is NOW!

Alexander Israel, worked in both the Location-Based Services and Digital Media industries before Co-Founding ParkMe which was acquired by INRIX in 2015. He’s currently General Manager & Vice President of Parking at INRIX and oversees the ParkMe brand.


Bob Kane

President, North American Operations, DESIGNA

Ticket Less Parking

As a 25-year industry veteran, Bob shares significant experience in integrating new technologies into the automated parking control solutions marketplace. He has put technology to use in improving the parking experience for both parking management organizations and parking patrons. He has been involved with introducing Automated Pay Stations; automated credit card payment solutions; integrated ALPR, RFID, & online validation / reservation solutions; and the development of enterprise information management solutions.

Bob is passionate about helping businesses maximize their bottom line revenues through the implementation of the right technology for the right application, and making the parking experience positive for the customer.

Bob brings this passion to DESIGNA as President of the company’s North American Operations. Driven by innovation and committed to staying at the forefront of technology, DESIGNA has become a global technology leader in the delivery of parking management systems, and is now one of the fastest growing providers in the US market.

Bob works with DESIGNA’s twelve US Business Partners, which include some of the country’s largest integrators of state-of-the-art parking systems. Prior to DESIGNA, Bob provided business and sales leadership for countless parking management systems.  His experience having worked with many of the top manufacturers of PARCS solutions, combined with his experience as a distributor of PARCS solutions, gives Bob a unique perspective and understanding of how to effectively roll out new technologies to the parking industry.


Mitchell Karon, CAPP

Executive Director, New Brunswick Parking Authority (NBPA)

IPS Case Study: Efficiency at its Best

Mitchell Karon, CAPP, is executive director of the New Brunswick Parking Authority (NBPA). Mr. Karon joined the NBPA in 1996 as comptroller and has been executive director since 2000. As executive director, Mr. Karon interacts with stakeholders and developers regarding parking issues and needs, and evaluates the feasibility of parking projects and management agreements. Mr. Karon has overseen the conception, planning and construction of 4 mixed use parking garages within New Brunswick. He is president of the board of directors for the New Jersey Parking Association, is an active member of the International Parking Institute, and serves as chairman of the Residential Permit Parking Committee and chairman of the New Brunswick Traffic Commission. He also sits on the executive board of New Brunswick City Market. Mr. Karon has received his Certified Administrator of Public Parking (CAPP) distinction from the University of Virginia.


Mike King

Parking Technology and Infrastructure Manager for the City of Sacramento, CA

Auditing – Parking Revenue Security for Cities and Municipalities

Mike King is the Parking Technology and Infrastructure Manager for the City of Sacramento, CA, responsible for the procurement, deployment, and operations of the technology and facilities for the City’s on- and off-street parking.

Recently, he completed a procurement of a comprehensive Parking Access and Revenue Control System (PARCS) to serve nine parking garages (five owned by the City), to be deployed during the summer of 2016.  He has also acquired a City-wide License Plate Recognition System, over 5,000 parking meters, a mobile payment system, and payment machines to control the City’s on-street parking assets.

Prior to Sacramento, Mike was Serco’s Program Manager for SFpark, a federally funded project to reduce congestion by using technology and policy changes to make it easier for drivers to find parking.  For SFpark, he led procurement and vendor management for over $50M in products and services, including parking meters/pay stations, parking occupancy sensors, traffic flow sensors, marketing and communications services, software development, IT hardware and software, and consulting services.

Mike has over 19 years’ experience designing and implementing enterprise IT systems with data interchange, and has significant subject matter expertise with parking technology and management and public safety IT.  He consulted to a major online service during its Internet deployment, and is the Technical Manager for Herdict, a crowd-sourced platform for identifying web blockages.


Blake Laufer

VP Research, T2 Systems

Big Data… How to turn a Buzzword into a Benefit

Blake is a technology nerd who has worked for more than 20 years to apply new technologies to the parking business.  He is currently the VP of Research at T2 Systems where he investigates new technologies and he attempts (sometimes successfully) to adapt them to parking.  Blake has been a regular speaker at parking conferences and has authored numerous parking technology articles for trade magazines including Parking Today, and was featured in the inaugural issue of Parking Technology Today.  In 2006 Blake was the recipient of the “Ed Keate Award” for outstanding contribution to the advancement of knowledge in the parking industry, in 2008 Blake received his CAPP certification, and is a long-time member of the IPI Technology Committee.


Tim Maloney

Head of Sales, Spot Hero

Apps and Their Effect on You

Tim Maloney has spent 18 years as a commercial operator most recently as executive vice president for Propark America.  Maloney has been an early adopter of new technology trends in the parking industry.  After realizing the potential of mobile/web payments/reservations from overseeing national operations with Propark he saw the opportunity to help mold the space from a parking operators perspective.  In 2015 he went to work for SpotHero, the United States leading parking app, as head of sales where he oversees sales and operations for the company.


Arnold (Gabriel) Mendez

Parking and Transit Services, Arizona State University

Pay to Park, Arizona State University’s approach to parking facility wayfinding

Arnold (Gabe) Mendez has been with ASU’s Parking and Transit Services since June 2008. In 2013, Gabe’s duties expanded to include transportation demand management, project management and strategic support for department programs and initiatives.

Gabe is active within the parking industry at the regional and national levels and served as the SWPTA president in 2008. He has also served on IPI committees since 2007, serving on the State and Regional, Conference Program and Sustainability committees.


Robert Milner, MS, CAPP

Director of Parking Operations, University of Maryland – Baltimore

Do you want to convert your Hospital to pay for parking?

Robert Milner presently serves as Director of Parking Operations at the University of Maryland, Baltimore.  He has been at the University since 1997 but has been directly involved in the parking industry for over 25 years.  Robert has held senior level executive positions within two of the nation’s leading parking organizations.

He is a current committee member of the IPI Safety & Security Committee and a Past Co-Chair of the IPI CAPP Committee. He also served on the IPI Board of Advisors and IPI Strategic Long Range Planning Committee. He is also a current member of the Temecula Parking Group whose regional association members share a common passion for the parking industry and a commitment to elevate its professionalism.

Robert is a certified Customer Service trainer for IPI and a First Observer Trainer for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).  He holds various certificates from the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Department of Homeland Security (FEMA).  However, among his favorite certificates are those earned through the Disney Institute Training Program.  These include Disney’s Leadership Excellence and People Management, Disney’s Approach to Business Excellence and Disney’s Approach to Quality Service for Healthcare Professionals.

Mr. Milner gives partial credit for his accomplishments to working well with people, lessons learned throughout life experiences, extended sports experiences, and his “out in the field” approach to parking.


Colleen M. Niese
Principal, The Marlyn Group, LLC

NPA CPP – Workshop 1

Build Your Brand: How to Be Your Personal Best as a Parking Leader

With twenty years experience in the Human Resources industry, Colleen partners with Marlyn Group clients to assess the existing scope of services in the areas of Strategic HR, Leadership Development and Transformative Change.  With that insight, she identifies with internal stakeholders opportunities and subsequent deliverables for improved performance, at the individual, team and company level.

Colleen is the immediate past Chairperson and current Associate Director for the Women in Parking Association and is an active member of NPA, IPI, WELD (Women For Economic Leadership Development), SHRM and ASA.


Vicki L. Pero

Principal, The Marlyn Group, LLC

NPA CPP – Workshop 1

Build Your Brand: How to Be Your Personal Best as a Parking Leader

With her balanced background of operational leadership and back office support, Vicki brings a unique perspective to her Marlyn Group clients as her institutional knowledge in these areas lends well to ensuring Employee Training, Recruitment and Organizational Development programs align with operational needs.

Vicki is the immediate past Treasurer for the Green Parking Council and is an active member of NPA, IPI, WELD (Women For Economic Leadership Development), SHRM and ASA.


Todd Pierce

President PICTOFORM Communications

Finding your way to Pay!

Mr. Pierce is the leader in parking & transportation wayfinding and signage. PICTOFORM has designed, manufactured and installed innovative graphics and signage within over 170 parking facilities throughout North America. Todd is currently on the Board of Directors of PIPTA and a past president of SWPTA.


Joseph Sciulli

CHANCE Management Advisors, Inc.

Spaghetti Technology: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Joseph P. Sciulli is Vice President and Senior Operations Consultant for CHANCE Management Advisors, Inc. (CMA), a national parking and transportation consulting firm that is celebrating its 30th anniversary in April 2014.  Joe began his parking career as an on-street consultant in 1985 after a seven-year stint in the Air Force as an auditor and finance officer.  He joined CMA in 2000, where he leads consulting engagements for university, city, medical and private parking clients.  Joe is a regular contributor to Parking Today and frequently presents at industry conferences on a variety of parking management topics, and presently is in his second term on the IPI’s Education Development Committee.


Phil Silver

Director, Business Development, URBAN INSIGHTS

Using big data, analytics and data science to drive parking profitability

Phil is director of business development for Urban Insights, responsible for managing industry engagement around the firm’s consulting services and technology offerings. He brings nearly 25 years’ experience of new market development in both the public and private sectors, and speaks regularly on developing new multi-modal urban mobility models that combine traveler convenience with real-time predictive demand management tools for operators and authorities.

At Urban Insights, he is working to empower organizations to identify desired outcomes and then use advanced business analytics to gather, comprehend and act on previously disaggregated data to achieve outcomes that enable data-informed insights for improving operations, reducing cost and better serving the needs of urban travelers.

Phil is a graduate of Fordham University (MBA) and University of Florida (BS Chemistry/BA History), and retired from the U.S. Navy in 2008. He served in Operation IRAQI FREEDOM.


Patrick Smith

Associate, Dixon Resources Unlimited

Parking Technology Review & How to Procure It

Patrick Smith is an Associate Consultant for DIXON Resources Unlimited.  In 2014, he received his M.A., Applied Sociology with a focus in statistics and quantitative methodology.  His background provides a significant contribution to the both qualitative and quantitative perspectives and knowledge to our parking consulting projects.  Since entering the parking industry Patrick has developed a widespread knowledge of current parking related technologies. Patrick is currently the Project Lead on multiple DIXON projects including the City of Sausalito which included the development and management of a Parking Technology Request for Information and field pilot.


Steffen Turoff

Director of Planning Studies, Walker Parking

Conducting a Parking Study – Consultant Panel

As Walker’s Director of Planning Studies for the West Coast market, Steffen focuses on parking policy and planning in commercial districts and large-scale, mixed-use development. He is a member of Walker’s internal Municipal Task Force, whose members research the parking issues faced by cities. Steffen’s projects typically deal with the relationship between parking policy and related issues such as economic development, real estate finance, transportation alternatives and “smart growth.” He also works on studies for mixed-use developments, universities, airports and other land uses as well.

Steffen has a Master’s Degree in Urban Planning from UCLA, where he studied with parking expert Professor Donald Shoup. Subsequently Steffen was a planning analyst at Gilmore Associates in Los Angeles, the development firm that championed the City’s Adaptive Reuse Ordinance, which allows for the conversion of historic buildings into multifamily uses. The firm is credited with sparking the significant residential renaissance in Los Angeles’ Historic Core neighborhood and the broader Downtown area.


John Van Horn

Parking Today

John Van Horn is founder, editor and publisher of Parking Today Magazine. His background prior to his 17 years with PT was nearly 20 years in the parking business marketing parking revenue control equipment. After receiving a BA from the University of California, Los Angeles, he served in the Army three years during the Vietnam era, ran a small country weekly newspaper, and then worked in marketing and sales in the access control and security fields. He blogs about parking daily and has spoken before professional groups in China, Australia, New Zealand, The Philippines, Canada, the UK, Abu Dhabi, and Brazil, He has addressed parking groups in California, Texas, New Mexico, New York, Chicago, Denver, New Orleans, Atlanta, and Washington DC. JVH and his wife divide their time between their homes in Los Angeles and Temecula, CA. JVH’s writings can be found at Parking Today’s web site:


Brent Van Loggerenberg

President, NGUNI Parking Solutions

Ticket Less Parking

Brent Van Loggerenberg is President and Founder at Nguni Parking Solutions LLC and Remote Command Center USA LLC in Dallas, Texas. With over 20 years experience in taking products to market globally and over 10 years parking experience, Brent is focused on all aspects of growth for both groups. From taking disruptive industry first ticketless parking solutions to market, to delivering industry leading guidance solutions and providing 24×7 remote facility management. Brent’s experience in the industry has confidently guided clients to advance the realm of innovation as they engage in solutions needed for this rapidly evolving parking industry.


Richie Waldron

Associate, Dixon Resources Unlimited

On Street Revenue Reconciliation: Efficiency & Accuracy through Technology & Automation

On Street Parking Technology Review & How to Procure It

Richie brings over 15 years of transportation, logistics, and operations experience to the DIXON team. He served for four years as the Program Manager for the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) Parking Meter Collections contract, covering a 500 square mile collection area including 36,000 single space and 250 multi-space parking meters. He managed the day-to-day operations and was heavily involved in optimizing routes, which led to a significant reduction in operating costs for LADOT.  Richie left Los Angeles in 2013 to work as a senior manager on a statewide Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) contract. He began as the statewide manager for Supply Chain and Subcontracts.  Richie was promoted to the position of Deputy Regional Manager for VDOT Central Region. He was responsible for a Traffic Operations Center, Safety Service Patrol operation and all ITS maintenance for the region. This 24/7 operation is vital to motorists traveling up the I-95 corridor or within the central Virginia area.

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