Artificial Intelligence and Future-Proofing Parking


By Heidi Wingate, CAPP

Parking management is experiencing a new era of customer-oriented service that is proactive in nature.

In order to better adjust these facilities to the constantly changing urban environment and address existing issues, the parking sector is embracing solutions powered by artificial intelligence.

Machine learning algorithms and predictive analytics are driving the change. By studying past information and how people behave, these AI solutions can figure out the busiest times for parking, predict patterns in how parking spaces are used, and change the pricing accordingly in real-time.

Through the reduction of the amount of traffic and making it easier for people to get to parking lots, we can make them work better and give users a more pleasant experience.

Additionally, artificial intelligence plays a vital role in improving smart interfaces, thereby enhancing the overall user experience. Smart parking apps that use artificial intelligence can offer personalized suggestions based on your preferences and daily habits. These interfaces have the ability to analyze what users are doing and then display parking spots that are available for them to use.

When it comes to managing parking, it’s really important for these facilities to have artificial intelligence. This helps them adapt to the changes that happen in cities and meet the expectations of customers.

The parking industry is always staying ahead of the game by using advanced technologies and user-friendly interfaces. This helps them easily adjust to the requirements of future smart cities.

In short, instead of only addressing current needs, the combination of AI and parking is a significant step towards a future of city transportation that is more flexible and focused on the needs of users.

Heidi Wingate, CAPP, is the Area Director in Jacksonville, Florida, for Elite Parking Services of America, Inc. She can be reached at