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Parkex 2023 There then follows a transport and technology autonomous vehicles showcase, mobility as a service option, and a discussion on digital traffic regulation orders. This will lead into consideration of parking payment technologies, including the National Parking Platform and the Alliance for Parking Data Standards. Day two: hubs, summits, receptions On day two well be running two Parkex hubs something we have not done before, says Boshoff-Turner. The interest in, and feedback from, the BPAs EV workshops which have been run at key events and most regional meetings during the past year showed the demand for more information about this growing area of parking management. There will be sessions on delivering accessible on-street and off-street EV charging infrastructure, and the associated standards and accreditations. Enabling seamless EV payments including data standards, Continued on page 22 > Parkex exhibitor list Approved Multi Services AppyWay ARVOO Imaging Products Barbour Logic Believ Berry Systems BigChange Blink Charging Cammax Catec Energy char.gy Compleo Charging Solutions CSL Dualcom Data interchange DCBL Debit My Mobile DESIGNA UK EB Charging Egis Projects e-loop by AES Global EVBox Evopark Flowbird Smart City UK Flowpro Gemini 2000 Go2Sim GOLDBECK Construction Hansab Hemisphere West Europe Hikvision UK HUBER Car Park Systems UK Hubit IC2 Distribution IMAIL Comms International Parking Systems UK Jacobs Enforcement JustPark Liberty Charge Marston Group MDSS Slowtop Guarding Systems Metric Group Nagels (UK) Network Merchants Newlyn Opcharge PayByPhone Planet Postworks Reconomy RingGo Sagoss Scheidt & Bachmann SEA Simplyture Smart Parking Suilvision Survision SWARCO UK and Ireland Tap2Park TES Traffic Enforcement Systems TWIN VizioSense Windcave Yunex Traffic ZatPark List correct at the time of going to print. More stands are being booked each day see parkex.net/visit/exhibitor-list/ 21 PN May 2023 pp18-23 Parkex Preview.indd 21 25/04/2023 11:22