Albany to Launch ParkAlbany, a Mobile Parking Payment App Powered by Passport

June 26, 2017



Albany to Launch ParkAlbany, a Mobile Parking Payment App Powered by Passport




Albany, NY (June 26, 2017) ­– Albany is upgrading its parking services by launching ParkAlbany, a mobile application that will allow those throughout the city the ability to pay for parking through their smartphone. Enabled by Passport, the global leader in mobile payments for parking and transit, ParkAlbany will bring residents and visitors alike a more seamless and trouble-free parking experience.




Albany has set its sights on increasing ease of process when it comes to parking in over 5,000 metered parking spaces around the city. Having brought mobile parking payment to cities like London, Portland, Boston, and beyond, Passport understood the goals of the city and how to implement such a large-scale endeavor.


“Throughout the city and especially downtown, the idea of having to go back and forth to pay at a meter when you’re in the middle of a meeting or lunch or in bad weather was inconvenient,” said Matthew Peter, Executive Director of the Albany Parking Authority. “We’ve seen an increase in mobile-based payments for everything from coffee orders to buying groceries. By launching the ParkAlbany app, we are propelling the Parking Authority into the next era of payment technology, allowing customers an easier process and an overall better experience. Meters will still be available for parkers who are more comfortable paying that way.”


The Parking Authority’s innovative thinking doesn’t stop there. They continue to look for ways to increase efficiency and effectiveness of parking and transit services through technology. Some goals include enabling electric car charging and embracing technology to improve efficiency and convenience.


“We’re honored to be able to add Albany to the list of cities that we’ve helped create a better, more effective parking experience for their community,” said David Singletary, VP of Sales at Passport. “Our innovative platform has helped many take the hassle and frustration out of parking and transit, and we look forward to supporting more cities in their forward-thinking goals.”


The ParkAlbany app is currently only available on State Street, between Eagle Street and Broadway, during the initial trial phase.  The program is expected to expand city-wide in 2018 if the test proves successful.

ParkAlbany is free to download from the App Store and Google Play, and parkers can also manage their parking online at For more information about how to use the app, visit the ParkAlbany website:




About Passport

Passport is the industry’s leading mobile technology solution specializing in enterprise business applications and payments for the public and private sector. Passport’s product lines–parking payments, transit payments, enforcement and permit management–collectively serve to deliver dynamic tools for agencies to better connect with their communities. Its services have been adopted by over 300 agencies on over 3,000 locations globally including Chicago, Toronto, Boston, Portland, Westminster, and Miami. Passport’s mission is to reduce operational complexity and deliver intelligent data to improve decision making for its clients. Passport is backed by a group of investors, including Grotech Ventures, Relevance Capital, and MK Capital. For more information, please visit





WOMEN IN PARKING LUNCH & LEARN “Learning from the Pro’s” Thursday, July 27, 2017

June 26, 2017

WOMEN IN PARKING LUNCH & LEARN “Learning from the Pro’s”


Thursday, July 27, 2017- 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Brookfield Property Partners
Two Allen Center
1200 Smith Street Suite 1200, Houston, TX 77002

Fee: WIP members are FREE
$10 for non-WIP members (registration includes lunch and sessions)



Women are finally well represented in supervisory and management positions in most organizations across the country. Yet, despite these visible signs of success, many are finding the road to leadership success rocky. This Lunch and Learn is a rare opportunity to acquire important leadership skills and use those newfound skills to gain the respect of co-workers and those you supervise. It’s filled with insights into the special and often-overlooked talents women leaders can bring to the table and cutting-edge tactics successful women leaders are using right now to make things happen in their organizations.

Lunch & Learn Schedule
11:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Registration and Networking

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Lunch with Keynote Speaker: Noel A. Pinnock – Noel A. Pinnock, BS, CA, MPA, CCC, CPM, IPMA-CP, City of Houston – Noel A. Pinnock is a recognized expert with over 22 years’ experience in transforming under performing companies into positions of prosperity and optimum value. He specializes in strategic, operational, and tactical services. As a national certified public manager (CPM), he has been responsible for overseeing many large-scale municipal and company transformations and is known for his creative and energetic leadership in strategic redirection, motivational speaking, organizational/workforce development, and market re-positioning/re-branding.

12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
Learning from the Pro’s Panel Discussion – The panel will provide information and tips to attendees on how to get ahead in their careers, mistakes to avoid, do’s and don’ts of a career woman and how to find a career and personal life balance among other topics.

Audience Takeaways
How to recognize and eliminate behaviors that hinder your success
How to address conflict promptly and directly—like a leader
How to push back diplomatically when requests and deadlines are unreasonable
How to find a sustainable balance between your work and personal life

Panelist: Kim Jackson, CAPP, Director, Transportation & Parking Services, Princeton University, Emily Mesa, Associate Vice Chancellor/Associate Vice President for Administration at the University of Houston, and Jeanette Rash, President/Secretary, Milam Street Auto Storage, Inc.

Moderator: Liliana Rambo, CAPP, President, Winpark

1:30 PM – 2:00 PM
Q & A and Networking

WGI Structures Continued Growth; Firm Acquires Carl Walker, Inc.

June 26, 2017


WGI Structures Continued Growth; Firm Acquires Carl Walker, Inc.



(West Palm Beach, FL – June 26, 2017) Design, planning, and surveying firm WGI is pleased to announce it joined forces with award-winning parking consulting and structural engineering provider Carl Walker, Inc. (Carl Walker). The move creates a 12th business division for WGI, now a national consulting firm with offices in Florida, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, North Carolina, and Texas.


The transaction closes on June 30, 2017, according to David Wantman, PE, president and CEO of WGI.

Gary Cudney, PE, president and CEO, and all Carl Walker principals, executives, and associates, will continue in their current roles, ensuring a smooth transition for both Carl Walker clients and staff. The firm was founded in 1983 in Kalamazoo, MI, by H. Carl Walker, PE, considered one of the originators in the design of long-span, prestressed modern-day parking garages, and is now a highly esteemed leader in delivering superior value parking solutions. Carl Walker specializes in the creative planning and design of sustainable parking structures, supported by the rapidly changing automation technology transforming its marketplace. The firm’s diverse portfolio of work includes international airports, universities, municipalities, hospitals, sporting arenas, shopping and urban plazas, mixed-use developments, and cultural centers.

In welcoming Carl Walker to the WGI team, David Wantman said, “We are excited about the expanded national presence and capabilities that Carl Walker brings to our firm and our diverse infrastructure team. Its thirty-four years of innovative designs and solutions will provide a wonderful complement to the innovative and collaborative team at WGI. We’re thrilled at the synergy and opportunities that await.”

“WGI’s client-centered approach, strong work ethic, values, and expertise in transportation and planning, along with the compelling opportunity for growth, were significant factors for the move to WGI,” said Gary Cudney. “Joining WGI expands our professional services, footprint, and ability to develop sustainable, engaging, and adaptable parking solutions for clients nationwide.” The highly recognized Carl Walker name will continue and be integrated with WGI, operating as “Carl Walker, a division of WGI.”

Combined, the national firm will operate from 13 offices in six states, and serve an active client base in over 30 states. With this third acquisition in three years, WGI expands to nearly 400 associates, further signaling its plans for strong and steady growth. Earlier this year, WGI completed an 18,000-square-foot expansion to its 14,000-square-foot national headquarters in West Palm Beach, with expansion plans underway or recently completed for its offices in Miami, Tampa, Orlando, Tallahassee, and Jacksonville.


About Carl Walker, Inc.
Founded in 1983, Carl Walker is a specialty engineering firm engaged in parking consulting, design of parking structures and mixed-use facilities, restoration engineering, structural engineering, and parking planning, operations, and management studies. Carl Walker provides creative engineering and innovative parking solutions in an environment that promotes professional growth and values quality of life. Carl Walker earned its reputation as one of the top structural engineering and parking consulting firms by delivering exceptional value and outstanding customer service. Headquartered in Kalamazoo, Michigan, Carl Walker has offices in Charlotte, North Carolina; Chicago, Illinois; Dallas, Texas; and Indianapolis, Indiana.

About WGI
As a multidisciplinary consulting firm, WGI has eight offices throughout Florida and specializes in the following disciplines: Land Development/Municipal Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Surveying and Mapping, Subsurface Utility Engineering, Structures, Water Resources, Landscape Architecture, Environmental Sciences, Architecture, Land Planning, and Creative Services. The Zweig Group ranked WGI #4 on its 2017 Hot Firms list and #23 on the 2017 Best Firms to Work For list. WGI rose to #1609 on the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America – over 1800 places higher than last year’s placement. South Florida Business Journal ranked WGI #37 in its 2016 Florida Fast 100 (encompassing the entire state), #60 in the region’s 2016 Top 100 Private Companies, #10 on its 2016 Top 25 Engineering Firms, as well as #7 in the $25M and over category as a 2016 “Fast 50” Honoree from the same publication. In 2017, WGI ranked #252 on the ENR’s list of the Top 500 Design Firms and ranked #22 in ENR’s Top Southeast Design Firms of 2017. For more information, please visit .

WGI Company Contact:
Brian LaMotte, PE, VP/Chief Marketing Officer


Barbour Logic – City of Bradford MDC applauds impact of Response Master and RM Self-Serve –

June 26, 2017

“Fewer queries, fewer appeals and much more time to make a real difference”

– City of Bradford MDC applauds impact of Response Master and RM Self-Serve –



“The results have, quite simply, been outstanding.” According to Michaela Hall, The City of Bradford’s Assistant Parking Coordinator, Barbour Logic’s automated correspondence and self-serve solutions have transformed the efficiency of the Council’s parking operations. “Response Master and RM Self-Serve have not only helped to overcome continuous administrative and operational fire-fighting, but also saved us a huge amount of time.”


“We have seen a significant and sustained improvement in back office efficiencies and are saving around 300 hours a month,” continues Hall. “What’s more, the introduction of an interactive 24/7 self-serve platform has helped to drive up customer service levels and the time spent answering phone calls from frustrated customers has fallen by nearly 40%. Many motorists who visit our website to challenge their PCN choose not to, after getting advice from Self-Serve. Now running in tandem, the two systems have truly transformed our operation.”


The City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council introduced Response Master in 2015 to provide greater consistency and accuracy when replying to letters from drivers about Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs). Initial reticence among the 11-strong Parking Services back office team was replaced with enthusiasm as the simplicity and effectiveness of the new approach quickly became apparent. The system’s success has now prompted the authority to renew the Response Master contract and sign a new contract for RM Self-Serve.


“We’ve developed a performance management programme to maximise efficiencies within the Council’s parking operation,” says Anne Saville one of the Council’s Parking Services Officers.


“It’s not just about speed, though. This programme audits 10% of everything we produce and has shown very clearly just how much impact Response Master has had. Letters generated by Response Master are written in plain English without any jargon and are very easy to


understand. This has led to a huge drop in avoidable repeat contact from motorists. And, because Response Master is configured to reflect all of our policies, a consistent approach is assured in all cases.


“The introduction of a dedicated self serve platform alongside this automated approach for writing letters has improved things even more. Our central contact centre now refers motorists to the easy to use online platform. Simplifying access to relevant information in this way has improved the customer journey significantly.”


The City of Bradford MDC has a team of 85 Civil Enforcement Officers based within the city and in neighbouring towns and local areas. The authority issues well over 100,000 PCNs a year covering parking, environmental and bus lane contraventions.


Michaela Hall acknowledges the cultural change within her operation following the introduction of Barbour Logic’s award-winning solutions, and says there are still more benefits to come.


“The extra time that has been freed up – around 300 hours a month – has been put to very good use,” she adds. “Everyone in the team now has the scope to undertake special projects to further improve compliance levels and develop different aspects of our service. So far, the range of projects has covered everything from the management of car parks and the issue of waiver permits to the development of a more user-friendly and informative website. This has improved motivation and career fulfillment for everyone in the team, while also helping us to push forward with exciting new service initiatives.


“As Response Master also overcomes the dependency on input from more experienced members of the team, we are less vulnerable to performance shortfalls during staff holidays and sickness. And recruitment is a much easier undertaking as anyone can hit the ground running with minimal training and supervision – in stark contrast to 3-6 months of training and hand-holding required in years gone by.”




Pictured @City Square Bradford West Yorkshire , Are The Council Parking Services team Anne Saville & Michaela Hall, with Barour Logic,

Managing Director of Barbour Logic, Fiona Deans, with Michaela Hall (Assistant Parking Services Coordinator), and Anne Saville (Parking Services Officer) of the City of Bradford MDC’s Parking Services team.


For more information visit, call 020 7736 8616 or send an email to


A Successful IPI Show for Crane Payment Innovations also benefits New Orleans Charity

June 22, 2017


A Successful IPI Show for Crane Payment Innovations also benefits New Orleans Charity


MALVERN, PENNSYLVANIA June 21, 2017 – Crane Payment Innovations (CPI), a Crane Co. Company, successfully ran a promotion during this year’s IPI Parking Show in New Orleans encouraging visitors to experience for themselves the superior user proposition delivered by the SCR Advance bank note recycler. Visitors were encouraged to feel the positive bill acceptance whilst inserting a $2 bill, and then view the speed with which the SCR delivered change back in bills. For each $2 inserted, CPI donated $2 to the HandsOn charity, local to New Orleans.


IPI was a big success for CPI, with excellent visitor numbers during a busy few days in New Orleans. As a result CPI is pleased to announce a donation of $500 to HandsOn New Orleans, a charity that, in May 2017, worked to benefit the Einstein Charter School at Sherwood Forest.


Bryan Alexander, Parking Sales Manager, commented “We wanted to support the 2017 IPI Host Committee by donating the proceeds of our promotion to HandsOn New Orleans. We’re proud that our promotion at IPI raised $500 knowing the money will be used to help the local community of New Orleans.”


Christopher W Cameron, Executive Director for HandsOn New Orleans commented “Crane Payment Innovation’s support helps us to strengthen families and transform low-income neighborhoods throughout the Greater New Orleans area”, adding “The money donated will help install a new Kaboom! Playground, renovate and install a new Boys & Girls Club kitchen, and reduce blight and beautify a neighborhood around New Orleans.”



Crane Co. is a diversified manufacturer of engineered industrial products. Crane Co. is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE:CR).




About HandsOn New Orleans


The mission of HandsOn New Orleans is to engage, empower, and transform the community through volunteer service. The organization supports the missions of 70+ community partners (schools, parks, recreation centers, neighborhood associations, and nonprofits) by identifying pressing needs, and high-impact projects that make meaningful improvements.

For more information please visit



About CPI


Crane Payment Innovations (CPI) is part of Crane Co., a diversified manufacturer of highly engineered industrial products (NYSE:CR). CPI provides a full range of unattended payment solutions for Gaming, Retail, Transportation, Vending and Financial Services applications. CPI is built upon the technological heritage and market expertise of the NRI, CashCode, Telequip, Money Controls and, most recently, MEI and Conlux brands.


CPI works in partnership with valued customers to enhance its portfolio of high- quality payment solutions – from coin and bill processing to cashless systems and asset management software.


CPI is headquartered in Malvern, PA with additional offices, manufacturing facilities, distribution and service centres worldwide. The company holds one of the world’s largest installed bases of unattended payment systems. For more information, visit


Panasonic and TransitScreen Form National Alliance to Bring Advanced Connected Technologies to Growing Cities

June 21, 2017

Panasonic and TransitScreen Form National Alliance to Bring Advanced Connected Technologies to Growing Cities




NEWARK, NJ, June 21, 2017 – Panasonic Corporation of North America and TransitScreen, Inc. today announced a strategic alliance to bring advanced IoT applications to smart cities around the U.S. The agreement will provide city residents and visitors with real-time transit and transportation information to enable more informed commuting and travel decisions.


The partnership extends both companies’ missions to use technology to make lives easier. Combining Panasonic’s CityNOW platform solutions, which are helping people live safer, healthier, more convenient and more energy efficient lives, with TransitScreen’s experience in simplifying complex data, software development, and personalized, human-centric design, the two companies will transform the infrastructure supporting urban transportation.

“At Panasonic we’re committed to building a connected world that will improve quality of life for people across the globe,” said Tom Gebhardt, Panasonic Corporation of North America Chairman and CEO. “Partnering with TransitScreen allows Panasonic to augment its CityNOW solutions in transportation and mobility with rich transportation data, supporting all types of mobility customers. TransitScreen’s IoT technologies will create a smoother, more seamless experience for residents and visitors alike in key cities by providing people with the transit and local event information they need right when they need it.”

United Nations estimates suggest the urban population will increase by 2.5 billion people by 2050. As people flock to cities around the world, getting from point A to point B will only become more complex. This partnership will leverage connectivity, big data and analytics technologies to reduce congestion and travel time, lower transportation related emissions and promote walkability.

The technology provides real-time, multi-screen displays detailing transit arrival times, local points of interest, and live events at transit agencies, smart bus shelters, airports, street kiosks, stadiums and arenas, municipal buildings, and university stadiums.

“Panasonic is one of the iconic brands of the digital era. Combining their nearly hundred year history with our team’s creativity and design capabilities will create remarkable opportunities for innovation,” said Matt Caywood, TransitScreen cofounder and CEO. “With Panasonic as our hardware, solutions, and integration partner, we will have the chance to bring our human-centric technologies to a national scale.”

The partnership will kick off in Denver, CO with integration in Panasonic’s CityNOW base at the Denver Peña Station Next, a connected community leveraging Panasonic’s smart and sustainable technologies to support residents, businesses, and visitors. The Panasonic and TransitScreen partnership will scale to other U.S. cities in the future.

About Panasonic Corporation of North America
Newark, NJ-based Panasonic Corporation of North America is a leading technology partner and integrator to businesses, government agencies and consumers across the region. The company is the principal North American subsidiary of Osaka, Japan-based Panasonic Corporation and the hub of Panasonic’s U.S. branding, marketing, sales, service and R&D operations. Panasonic was featured in Fortune Magazine’s 2016 ranking of 50 companies that are changing the world and doing well by doing good. Specifically cited were its smart and sustainable technologies, including its contributions to smart cities and the electric vehicle revolution. Learn more about Panasonic at

About TransitScreen
TransitScreen provides real-time displays of transportation options at your location, helping people make informed, sustainable decisions to improve quality of life in cities. Based in Washington, D.C., the company provides data in all major cities in the United States, as well as select others across the world. For further information, visit

City of Savannah Launches New ParkSavannah App, Powered by Passport

June 21, 2017



City of Savannah Launches New ParkSavannah App, Powered by Passport

ParkSavannah introduces quicker, simpler parking payments



Savannah, GA- The City of Savannah today introduced ParkSavannah, the latest way to pay for on-street metered parking. The new ParkSavannah app makes parking easy by allowing users to purchase parking with a debit or credit card from their smartphone. Drivers no longer have to carry around change or run back to the meter.



The app was developed by global parking technology leader Passport, which powers the mobile parking apps for large cities like Boston, Toronto, Chicago, and Detroit. Passport pioneered the industry’s private label applications, delivering custom city-branded applications to numerous municipalities across North America and Europe.



“The launch of ParkSavannah is an exciting moment for our city,” said Sean Brandon, City of Savannah Mobility and Parking. “In this age of mobile devices, it’s important to offer these advanced payment options in order to accommodate as many of our customers as possible. With ParkSavannah, our drivers will have another way to pay, making their parking experience as convenient as possible. We’re confident that ParkSavannah will transform the way our customers park in the city.”


The app is now available to use to pay for parking sessions at the city’s multi-space meters and drivers will soon be able to pay at parking meters city-wide.



“We’re extremely excited to bring a mobile payment solution to the City of Savannah,” David Singletary, Vice President at Passport. “With ParkSavannah, users can conveniently navigate their parking experience with a few taps on their smartphone.”


Once registered with ParkSavannah, users will enter their parking space number and then enter their payment details. Each meter will have a ParkSavannah sticker with directions to use the app.


With the app, users can:


  • Pay for parking
  • Monitor their parking session
  • Extend time remotely (up to the maximum allotted time)
  • View payment history
  • Receive email receipts



The new ParkSavannah app is free to download from the App Store and Google Play and through the mobile web at


About Passport


Passport is the industry’s leading mobile technology solution specializing in enterprise business applications and payments for the public and private sector. Passport’s product lines–parking payments, transit payments, enforcement and permit management–collectively serve to deliver dynamic tools for agencies to better connect with their communities. Its services have been adopted by over 300 agencies on over 3,000 locations globally including Chicago, Toronto, Boston, Portland, Westminster and Miami. Passport’s mission is to reduce operational complexity and deliver intelligent data to improve decision making for its clients.


Passport is backed by a group of investors, including Grotech Ventures, Relevance Capital, and MK Capital. For more information, please visit


Live Earth Integrates INRIX Traffic Intelligence with Live Transportation for Enhanced Situational Awareness

June 21, 2017


Live Earth Integrates INRIX Traffic Intelligence with Live Transportation for Enhanced Situational Awareness



Austin, TX – June 20, 2017 – Live Earth, the world’s most advanced Situational Awareness Platform, announced an agreement with INRIX, the world leader in connected car services and transportation analytics, to bring real-time visualization to the transportation industry.


Managing complex transportation systems for a city, state or region requires monitoring a variety of live data feeds for public transit, weather, vehicle traffic, parking availability, live traffic information and more. Live Earth synchronizes data from multiple systems on an interactive map and leverages INRIX traffic intelligence, parking services and traffic cameras to provide a single fused picture allowing organizations to understand quickly and act fast.

Live Earth synchronizes multiple data streams, and provides instant replay to allow play, pause and rewind of various data layers on a map. “With the swipe of your finger, you can now animate traffic congestion over multiple hours at multiple different playback speeds. Put simply, this is something no other map can do,” says Jeff Carpenter, CEO of Live Earth. “Synchronizing multiple data feeds provides deep context and the ability to quickly and visually correlate events and congestion. We’re excited to give INRIX customers a powerful way to visualize and leverage the traffic intelligence they already own.”
With INRIX, Live Earth now has access to the most robust driver network in the world that includes more than 300 million connected vehicles and devices, covering over 5 million miles of roads, ramps and interchanges. Combined with Live Earth’s best-in-class geospatial display, the transportation industry now has a powerful tool to visualize all moving assets, changing road and traffic conditions and live video feeds across an entire city, state or region.

“Live Earth’s platform enables INRIX data to be leveraged in ways never seen before,” said Kevin Foreman, General Manager of GeoAnalytics at INRIX. “DOTs, cities, shipping and security companies can now effortlessly visualize hours of traffic congestion, instantly view live traffic cameras, quickly pinpoint trouble areas and act before situations become critical.”

Watch the Video: See a demonstration of INRIX Traffic Intelligence visualized in Live Earth.

About Live Earth
Live Earth is the world’s most advanced Common Operational Picture. Live Earth combines multiple live data feeds onto a single visualization with instant replay, allowing users to visualize geospatial data back and forth in time. Live Earth seamlessly fuses data from multiple sources, sensors & systems including weather, traffic, IoT, transportation, video management, shot detection systems and more. Live Earth supports multiple markets including Defense, First Responders, Law Enforcement, Logistics, Energy and Transportation to help organizations understand critical scenarios quickly and act fast. Live Earth is based in Austin, TX.

Smart Parking: City of Hamilton set to unveil the deployment of bay sensor technology

June 21, 2017


Smart Parking: City of Hamilton set to unveil the deployment of bay sensor technology




Working in partnership with Arthur D. Riley Ltd, Smart Parking Limited (ASX:SPZ) the global parking technology company has won a contract for the supply and maintenance of bay sensor technology for approximately 945 parking bays in the City of Hamilton.


Located in the North Island, Hamilton is the fourth most populous city in New Zealand. The adoption of Smart Parking technology comes amid Hamilton City Council’s new parking plan to revitalise Hamilton’s Central Business District (CBD).

These advances in parking are at the forefront of the emerging “smart cities” revolution that is taking place globally. As urbanisation continues to accelerate, city governments are turning to Internet of Things (IoT) technology as a way of dealing with increasingly busy and complex cities.

Paul Gillespie, CEO at Smart Parking, said:
“We have a strong history of working with some of the world’s leading councils, having completed the installation of over 34,000 parking bay sensors across the globe during the last 14 years, and we look forward to working with Hamilton City Council in introducing the latest in in-ground vehicle detection sensors to assist in the daily management of on-street parking spaces.

As part of the project we will also be working with the Council to introduce a parking availability application which will enable drivers to locate and pay for vacant spaces in real-time using their smartphone device as well as top-up remotely. No more rushing back to the car to add more time!”

Smart Parking’s order from Hamilton City Council follows the recent deployment of over 3,500 vehicle detection sensors in Wellington representing the country’s largest deployment of bay sensor technology and Smart Parking’s further expansion into New Zealand.

Smart Parking Limited (ASX:SPZ) | A Global Parking Business
Smart Parking is leading the way in the delivery of proven, fully integrated end-to-end information technology that results in a transformation of the complete parking experience.


This is based upon the ongoing exclusive innovations being progressively delivered and the extensive experience which it has developed.
With over 34,000 vehicle detection sensors installed in 17 countries, in some of the industry’s greatest deployments Smart Parking has achieved the position of holding the largest market share of the global intelligent parking sensor and integrated smart parking services market.

Hamilton City Council
Hamilton is a city in the Waikato region of New Zealand’s North Island. It is the country’s fourth most-populous city. To learn more please visit:

DESIGNA at the Parken 2017 exhibition in Karlsruhe

June 20, 2017


DESIGNA at the Parken 2017 exhibition in Karlsruhe



Kiel, 20.06.2017: DESIGNA Verkehrsleittechnik GmbH is presenting innovative, forward-looking car park management systems and services at the PARKEN trade fair in Karlsruhe from 21-22 June 2017 under the main heading of “Integrated Intelligence by DESIGNA”.



Car park operators who do not wish to miss out on the trend towards digitalisation and networking need a competent partner with reliable and long-lasting product solutions.

All of our visitors can look forward to: The entire world of parking, with easy to operate hardware and software trends which make working on site in the car park significantly easier for its customers. Integrated and integrable services online and for the smartphone, starting with new products from Web & App to the DESIGNA ASP Cloud Service and made-to-measure training in the DESIGNA eCademy.

Our teams are on site and would be pleased to provide information about the possibilities that are available now for car park operators in order to benefit from the developments of the future. Jörg

Bahn, Sales Manager Germany says, “We look forward to having many discussions at the entrance on stand C10”.



Additional information:


DESIGNA Verkehrsleittechnik Tabea Thomsen

Faluner Weg 3

24109 Kiel, Germany

Phone +49 431-5336-0



← Older posts