Dan Kupferman is a Principal and Director of Car Park Management Systems. Dan brings 20+ years of parking operations and technology expertise to the firm. His parking operations and equipment experience include work with several commercial parking operators overseeing significant installations, including some of the earliest pay-on-foot and pay-in-lane technologies in New England. Dan’s responsibilities include researching, analyzing and recommending solutions to parking issues through the performance of studies involving technologies such as parking access and revenue control systems (PARCS), automated parking guidance systems (APGS), license plate recognition (LPR) systems, multi-space meters (MSMs), single-space meters (SSMs), handheld enforcement units, cell phone and internet applications, permitting systems and other emerging technologies.
Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Eastern Nazarene College, Quincy, Massachusetts
Certified Administrator of Public Planning, International Parking Institute and UVA
- International Parking Institute
- National Parking Association
- New England Parking Council
- Toastmasters International
“So You Want to Replace Your Parking System?” National Parking Association Annual Conference, Miami, FL, 2015.”
“Curb Appeal – The Dynamics of Equitable On-Street Parking” International Parking Institute Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV, 2015.”
“The Ultimate Guide to On-Street Parking” National Parking Association Annual Conference, October, 2014.
“Considerations When Replacing Your Parking Equipment” and “Innovation and the Parking Industry” International Parking Institute Annual Conference, June, 2014
“Automated Parking Guidance System Panel Discussion” NEPC Annual Conference, March, 2014
“New Technology Will Drive Airport Parking in 2014”, Parking Professional, January 2014
“More Customers, Less Cost”, Building Operating Management, March 2013
“An Open Spot for Green Parking”, Environmental Design+Construction, EDCmag.com. 2013