Cities in North America and Europe are quickly moving toward “smart parking” initiatives, as high-end automation systems and software for parking reservations and payments become increasingly integrated with mobility products, according to a new report from Frost & Sullivan.

Migration to intelligent parking systems, rapid progression of wireless technologies and big data/analytics, and the evolution of contactless near-field communication and other payment methodologies will be some of the trends pervading the market, the study says.

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