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General Session – Keynote Speaker “Access and Revenue Control for Parking” Richard B. Easley, CAPP, E_Squared Engineering and Thomas Wunk, CAPP, Scheidt & Bachmann USA Inc. Wednesday, May 12, 2010 ♣ 10:45 a.m. – 12:00 noon The International Parking Institute’s Parking Technology Committee will present it second education session – Access and Revenue Control for Parking. This follows their very popular and informative first education session – Technology Trends in Parking. You will learn about the latest developments of cutting edge technology and how it is employed in various aspects of parking. This presentation will include needs analysis, implementation, the RFP (Request for Proposal) process, developing achievable technical specifications, selecting a Parking Access Revenue Control System (PARCS), and auditing. In any modern system, integrating access control into the parking revenue control system provides additional controls and audit capabilities. This session explores needs analysis, operational considerations, technical considerations and procurement considerations for deployment of a successful PARCS.


Closing General Session – SPECIALPRESENTATION “A&E’s Parking Wars” – AndrewDunn, Producer; Daniel Flaherty, Co-Executive Producer & Daniel Elias, Executive Producer, A&E Parking Wars Thursday, May 13, 2010 ♣ 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Love it or hate it, A&E’s hit show ParkingWars has brought new attention to the parking industry and the challenges it faces on a daily bases. Come hear from the producers of Parking Wars form Hybrid Films talk about their experiences filming and editing the show. They will feature video clips and share some of their behind the scenes stories that make the documentary series an exciting and vital look at parking enforcement. This interactive session is your chance to join in on the debate over this controversial show.


Hands-On Experience Facility Operational Tours


Facility Operational Tours Wednesday, May 12, 2010 ♣ 8:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Tours are provided and operated by the Las Vegas Host Committee. Departure from Mandalay Bay - Shark Reef entrance area.


• City of Las Vegas • McCarran International Airport • University of Nevada, Las Vegas


Networking & Social Events Sunday, May 9, 2010 ♣ 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.


Mandalay Bay – House of Blues Ticket required Is this your 1st


IPI Conference&Expo or are you a high-


ly-sought after leader in the industry? We want you to join us for our kick-off mixer where industry novices and veterans come together to build professional relationships and start off their conference experience in grand style.


This casual and social event presents an opportunity to reconnect with friends and colleagues that you may not have seen since last year’s confer- ence or introduce yourself to attendees, speakers and industry leaders. Sponsor: Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson LLP


Industry Gala, CAPP Graduation & Professional Recognition Pre-Cocktail Reception: Wednesday, May 12 6:00 p.m. Event: Wednesday, May 12 ♣ 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Ticket Required. After Six/Cocktail Attire.


It’s only fitting that the week of intense educational courses and activities is ped off with a fun and footloose Industry Gala Event. This year’s event features a Rat Pack theme which will take you back to a time defined by the sounds of “Ol’ Blue Eyes,” Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr. This culmi- nating event will rec- ognize our Certified Administrator of Public Parking (CAPP) grad- uates as they receive the highly-sought-after designation through years of rigorous study. This is an evening to remember and share with key executives in the parking and transportation industry. Be sure not to miss out on the chance to mingle with parking professionals through all of the social activities that this year’s conference has to offer!


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