Global leader in access management and ticketing solutions, SKIDATA, has confirmed their participation in the 2021 Parking Industry Awards as Major Sponsor of the gala dinner event.
The prestigious Parking Industry Awards program recognises outstanding achievement in the Australian parking industry and pays tribute to exceptional innovation and the use of technology in parking projects.
This year, Parking Australia has introduced a new category to the awards program – Outstanding Sustainable Car Park. This category provides an opportunity to recognise the valuable work that operators are undertaking to lessen the environmental impact of car parks, via initiatives such as the installation of solar PV, electric vehicle charging stations, energy efficient lighting or parking guidance systems.
“SKIDATA is delighted to be the sponsor of the 2021 Parking Industry Awards. SKIDATA is committed to remaining at the forefront of sustainable and innovative parking solutions”, said Joe Larosa, General Manager at SKIDATA Australasia.
The following seven categories have been announced for the 2021 awards program:
  • Outstanding Sustainable Car Park
  • Outstanding Customer Service
  • Excellence in Technology and Innovation (On Street)
  • Excellence in Technology and Innovation (Off Street)
  • Outstanding Marketing and Communications
  • Parking Young Achiever
  • Parking Organisation of the Year
“SKIDATA Asia Pacific is supporting the parking sector, beyond parking and connecting with our customer’s ecosystem and their goals. We change the World of Welcoming People for our customers, and we are committed to supporting social responsibility and to positioning parking as a driver of energy efficiency and reduced pollution in mobility”, said Angel Dominguez, Vice President SKIDATA APAC.
Awards applications close on 25 June and winners will be announced at a gala dinner event at Adelaide Convention Centre on 23 August 2021 (as part of the Parking Australia Convention & Exhibition).
For details on the Parking Industry Awards visit: