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License Plate Recognition (LPR) continues to be a hot topic in the parking and transportation industry — with good reason. Parking organizations are using LPR to dramatically increase efficiency and compliance while providing parkers with more flexibility.
Is your campus or organization considering the switch to a virtual environment? Still on the fence about if it’s right for you? Find out why so many parking managers love LPR. Plus, hear real-world insights from University of Wisconsin- La Crosse, who spent 3 years researching LPR before adopting the technology.
Director, Software Product Management
Michael Hamilton is Director of Software Product Management for T2 Systems. He has worked in the parking industry (and at T2) since 2013. Before coming to the parking industry, Michael had a long career in software development and software product management in the telecommunications and utility industries. Michael is responsible for realizing the business requirements for the parking industry with innovative T2 software products that make your work life easier.
Michael holds a bachelor’s degree in Physics from the University of British Columbia.
Victor Hill, CAPP, MPA
Director of Parking and Transportation Services
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Victor Hill is director of parking and transportation services for University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. He joined the university in 2013 and began efforts to update the university’s parking technologies to coincide with the construction of a new, five-level parking garage. The university deployed license plate recognition in 2016 and officially eliminated printed permits in 2017.