ElectraMeccanica Announces New Cost-Effective Aluminum Chassis for Flagship, Single-Occupant SOLO EV

April 07, 2020

ElectraMeccanica Announces New Cost-Effective Aluminum Chassis for Flagship, Single-Occupant SOLO EV



VANCOUVER, British Columbia, April 07, 2020  — ElectraMeccanica Vehicles Corp. (NASDAQ: SOLO) (“ElectraMeccanica” or the “Company”), a designer and manufacturer of electric vehicles, has announced the engineering and development of a new, cost-effective aluminum chassis for the Company’s flagship, single-occupant SOLO electric vehicle (EV).

The new, high strength, drop-in aluminum chassis will replace the current composite chassis in the SOLO EV, making it much better suited for mass production by reducing the overall weight and per-unit assembly cost of the vehicle. ElectraMeccanica has engaged a Tier-One engineering partner with a global presence, which will provide on-the-ground support in both Canada and China.

“This project represents our continued focus on evolving the safety, comfort and design of our flagship single-occupant SOLO EV, while incorporating important cost saving advantages to improve margins in mass-production,” said Paul Rivera, Chief Executive Officer of ElectraMeccanica. “The partner we’ve selected for this project brings significant expertise in lightweight, high-strength automotive safety structures that are perfectly suited for the SOLO. We look forward to the impending launch of the revolutionary SOLO EV later this year.”

With an MSRP of $18,500, the SOLO EV is a trend-setting all-electric, single-seat vehicle expected to revolutionize the commuting, delivery and shared mobility experience. To be one of the first to own a SOLO, please reserve yours online by visiting www.electrameccanica.com.

About ElectraMeccanica Vehicles Corp.   
ElectraMeccanica Vehicles Corp. (NASDAQ: SOLO) is a Canadian designer and manufacturer of environmentally efficient electric vehicles. The company’s flagship vehicle is the innovative purpose built; single-seat electric vehicle called the SOLO. This three-wheeled vehicle will revolutionize the urban driving experience, including commuting, delivery and shared mobility. The SOLO provides a driving experience that is unique, trendy, fun, affordable and environmentally friendly. InterMeccanica, a subsidiary of ElectraMeccanica, has successfully been building high-end specialty cars for 61 years. For more information, please visit www.electrameccanica.com.

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April 07, 2020








PINNER, MIDDLESEX, 7 APRIL 2020 – Lancashire County Council has switched to Videalert systems for the enforcement of bus lanes throughout the county.  The decision to standardise on Videalert’s hosted CCTV enforcement platform was taken to provide the council with the ability to manage multiple contravention types using a single platform.  Marston Holdings group companies Videalert and NSL were selected to deliver a new enforcement solution that offers 99% uptime with increased productivity.


Peter Bell, parking and regulation manager at Lancashire County Council, said: “The singleplatform approach coupled with significant uptime demands meant our old cameras wereseriously impacting on the effectiveness of our bus lane and ongoing parking enforcement strategy.  Bus lanes improve travel times for people using public transport, and the Videalert system enables us to meet our compliance objectives by delivering a consistently higher level of performance, as well as providing the highest availability.  The platform also delivers better value as future-proofing is built-in and additional camera assets and enforcement applications can be cost effectively added as required.”


The council has initially installed Videalert bus lane cameras in 15 locations in Preston, Burnleyand Lancaster.  The ONVIF-compliant, digital HD cameras went ‘live’ before the end of December 2019 and capture high quality images to minimise discard-rates, increase productivity and help reduce the number of appeals.


County Councillor Keith Iddon, cabinet member for highways and transport, commented: “The bus lanes are there to give priority for buses, and enforcing them helps to ensure that everyone follows the rules, and the system works as it should.  I hope that we don’t make a penny from penalty notices once the cameras are working, as it will mean that people aren’t abusing the bus lanes.”

The council already has a strategy to roll out the new system to the other locations.  It is also considering other applications, including red routes and Mobile Enforcement Vehicles, to add to Videalert’s digital video platform, which can simultaneously support multiple traffic management and enforcement applications, such as clean air and low emission zones using the same infrastructure.


According to Mark Hoskin, Business Development Director at Marston Holdings Ltd: “The award of this contract demonstrates how Videalert and NSL can jointly deliver complete solutions that streamline every aspect of the traffic and parking management process from enforcement and PCN processing through to collections.  This unique, integrated approach helps increase efficiency and maximise compliance in short timeframes.”


Captured evidence packs are stored on Videalert’s hosted digital video platform where they can be accessed and reviewed securely over the internet.  Validated evidence packs are sent to the council’s back office system to issue penalty charge notices (PCN).  Videalert’s flexible hosted platform makes it a quick and cost effective process to deploy enforcement as it does not require the installation of any IT at the council’s offices.


Tim Daniels, Sales and Marketing Director at Videalert, added:  “This is a continuation of a general trend whereby Videalert’s enhanced performance and functionality is causing local authorities to re-evaluate what represents best value.  As a result, we are currently replacing an increasing number of legacy systems and enabling enforcement to be extended to further improve compliance without incurring major additional capital expenditure.”


About Videalert

Videalert is part of Marston Holdings, the UK’s largest transportation and enforcement services group.  It is also one of the UK’s leading suppliers of intelligent traffic management and enforcement solutions.  Videalert is the only company able to provide its own suite of attended, unattended, and Mobile Vehicle CCTV enforcement solutions using the same intelligent digital video software platform.  The platform supports the widest range of traffic management andenforcement applications as well as clean air and low emission zones using the same infrastructure.  This unique, future-proofed solution combines sophisticated video analytics with ANPR and offers a full range of deployment options including wired LAN, Wi-Fi LAN and 4G WAN as well as supporting all analogue and ONVIF compliant digital megapixel cameras.   For further information, please visit www.videalert.com

Tattile ALPR cameras in Vietnam 

April 06, 2020





Tattile ALPR cameras in Vietnam



For some years now, Vietnam has been the protagonist of constant economic and technological growth, positioning as a leader in ITS and Smart City infrastructure in the APAC region.



In this regard, an ambitious project, including safety systems and traffic offences control renovation, will involve Tattile ALPR cameras through the collaboration with local partners. The ANPR devices will be installed in the North of Vietnam, creating the new backbone for road user protection and enhancing the relative driving experience.



Several Tattile license plate reader cameras will be used to grant road users safety, by measuring the vehicles speed in the most critical stretches of the road and by detecting red-light runners in the selected intersections. All these applications will have the common goal to reduce casualties and to protect the citizens.

In addition to the enforcement capabilities, the previously described traffic monitoring systems will provide the detection of each transit. Those transits, together with the ones collected by fully dedicated ANPR cameras installed on the road, will allow the government to collect and use a huge amount of Big Data. The latter, including license plate numbers and vehicle profiles, are useful for many security and counter crime purposes such as preventing vehicles from being stolen and tracking hit-and-run offenders.

The project involves Tattile Vega Smart 2HD, Vega Smart Speed and Vega Smart Traffic Light cameras. These license plate reader devices, equipped with embedded Artificial Intelligence (AI), are capable to performing real-time analysis without needing an external computer or costly IT infrastructure.

This innovative project will last 3 years…and we’re just at the beginning.




Advanced Parking Concepts (APC) staff continues to step up during COVID-19

April 06, 2020




Advanced Parking Concepts (APC) staff continues to step up during COVID-19




Advanced Parking Concepts (APC) staff continues to step up. The majority of our Residential Division locations are utilizing our Covid-19 Food Delivery Assistance Program throughout our many locations in the NY tri-state region.



APC’s amazing staff is not only providing a vital service but, most importantly, is keeping our residential communities safe! The collaborative efforts of our Sales Team coordinating the Help Desk as well as our Operations Team in the field, has been magnificent! It is just another example of the APC WAY!


99.7% accuracy and many other benefits with Quercus Technologies’ camera-based parking guidance system at Children’s Health in Dallas, Texas

April 06, 2020





99.7% accuracy and many other benefits with Quercus Technologies’ camera-based parking guidance system at Children’s Health in Dallas, Texas




Considering the increase of urban population and traffic congestion, smart parking is always a strategic issue to work on, not only for the benefit of clients and their communities, but also from the raw benefit-driven point of view of owners and operators. In this path, companies committed to promote innovation of information and communication technology have played a major role. Quercus Technologies, a company with more than 20 years of experience developing and designing its own smart parking products and services, has contributed to change the way drivers experience parking into a more efficient and satisfying manner. Quercus Technologies’ contribution, its products and services, are all developed in-house, offering a comprehensive Parking Guidance System with powerful technology put on the service of both the operator and the client.

Of course during the last two decades, many different technologies have arisen, and the debate on which should be the most effective of them remains until today. The most popular alternatives to camera-based system are ultrasonics, laser and other similar systems. These are pretty basic. Their capability is simple, they can detect if a vehicle is parked on a space or not, and they are only capable of monitoring one space at a time. Unlike camera-based guidance systems, they are not able of getting any information of the parked cars. They do not read the plate number of the vehicles they detect, so they cannot tell if the detected vehicle is the same or a different one. They cannot inform the client of the whereabouts of their vehicle when they need to find it to leave the premises. They have no information about the journey of the vehicle on the parking lot so they cannot process such information. They can only give a yes or no answer to the question ‘is this space free?’. And nothing else.

How is it then, that some clients still dismiss camera-based systems? Well, some say alternative technologies are very reliable, their detection accuracy being better than the rest. While this was once the case, is it still so? Quercus Technologies, a company understanding the importance of proof to build solid foundations for future growth, has always relied on performing tests in order to lend weight to their arguments. For that reason Quercus Technologies recently performed a test to check the vehicle detection accuracy of their camera-based system, the Spot Control sensor, on the flagship Dallas Campus of Children’s Health. Texas-based NextGen Parking in collaboration with Quercus Technologies installed 990 Spot Control sensors in the premises, monitoring 3,314 spaces on 19 total parking levels (3 garages). The result obtained was an extraordinary 99.7%, a result that can easily compete with those of ultrasonic sensors.

Some others say it is because of the price of the products. Yes, it is well-known camera-based products are slightly more expensive than ultrasonic sensors and others, at least at first glance. Once you get to the installation things change quite a bit: performing an ultrasonic installation may be more expensive since sensors must be installed in each space, while camera-based sensors cover multiple spaces, resulting in a similar price of both technologies.

In comparison to ultrasonic or laser systems, Quercus Technologies’ guidance system is a comprehensive solution to every need a parking operator may have. In addition to guiding vehicles to free spaces, it offers control and surveillance in every park space, thanks to the use of LPR-technology and detailed event recording. The Spot Control sensor recognizes the license plate in every space, every unit controlling up to 4 spaces each and offering total control of the vehicle at all times. Meanwhile, video recording is triggered in the case of any event, avoiding not only robberies and assaults but also false claims for damages.


They inform about different kinds of spaces: for VIPs, people with disabilities, families, etc. They link every event they register to a license plate, returning all related information linked to that plate thanks to its powerful software suite and providing a comprehensive vision of everything happening in the parking lot any time. They provide organized, meaningful data, whenever it is requested by the operator, in order to optimize the parking management and marketing campaigns.

In conclusion, Quercus Technologies’ customers get every functionality without sacrificing efficiency. All camera-based system implies numerous benefits that are compatible with an extremely high detection rate and accuracy.

For more information please contact:
Marketing Department


Is COVID-19 the Tipping Point for Contactless Payments?

April 03, 2020



Is COVID-19 the Tipping Point for Contactless Payments?


by Michael Back, HonkMobile




Contactless infrastructure has been in place for years but consumer behaviour hasn’t yet embraced this technology at a large scale. Are the tides about to change?


The climate around coronavirus has drawn particularly close attention to the safety and cleanliness associated with both cash and the high-touch payment technology that we use everyday – from ATM’s to parking pay stations to retail pin pads to name but a few. These simple conveniences of modern day life will need to be re-examined in a post COVID-19 world.


Let’s take a closer look…


Bills typically stay in circulation between 5 to 15 years and are the perfect environment for microbes to settle. The dirtiness of banknotes is far from a new phenomenon – in a 2014 study (the Dirty Money Project), biology professor Jane Carlton found that US bills carried more than 3,000 types of bacteria. A separate US Air Force study found that 94% of banknotes collected in Ohio were infected with pathogens including E. coli, Salmonella, and Staphylococcus aureus.


While health and safety around cash-handling isn’t new, government bodies’ hypersensitivity towards cash-handling and the strong measures they are taking to alleviate the possibility of banknotes transmitting the coronavirus certainly is. Some examples: China is disinfecting and locking away used banknotes, while the Bank of Korea is heating banknotes, and in some cases, burning the bills. In addition, the Bank of Korea will no longer handle the exchange of coins and banknotes that have been introduced from abroad.


Another powerful recommendation to move away from cash comes from the World Health Organization, which has urged the population to avoid cash and to use contactless payments to reduce the risk of the transmission ofCOVID-19.


Banks worldwide are also taking measures amidst the COVID-19 outbreak that have a direct impact on consumer purchasing behaviour. Dutch banks are raising contactless limits as one measure to deter the spread of COVID-19 – the limit for contactless payments was previously €50 EUR, and has now been raised to €100 EUR. Another example is the UK, where the spending limit will rise from £30 GBP to £45 GBP in a national roll-out.


While governments and banks are now looking at cash handling differently, so too are consumers. “Sensitivity to catching the Coronavirus is now showing up at point of sale,” said Richard Crone, Principal at Crone Consulting, LLC. One study of US consumers before and after the Coronavirus epidemic is very telling, translating to a growing need for, and embrace of, contactless payments: “About 38% of consumers now see contactless as a basic need or feature of payments, up from 30% a year ago.”


While the current coronavirus outbreak won’t last forever, it is perfectly plausible to expect that many of the new habits formed during this time will. As such, it’s safe to assume the hypersensitivity to touching cash and avoidance of high-touch areas will have a lasting impact on consumer habits going forward. The good news is that the answer is, and has always been, in the palm of our hands.

Propark Mobility Provides Non-Clinical Services During COVID-19 Health Crisis 

April 02, 2020



Propark Mobility Provides Non-Clinical Services During COVID-19 Health Crisis 



Hartford, Connecticut – Propark Mobility announced today that the company is providing non-clinical services to healthcare organizations across the country, through its CleanCo division, in response to the COVID-19 global health crisis. 

“CleanCo has been providing cleaning and maintenance services to the parking industry for decades,” explained John Schmid, Propark’s Chief Executive Officer. “During these challenging times, we felt that it was important for us to step up as a company to help in the fight against coronavirus, specifically when it comes to hospitals and healthcare facilities.” 

By providing important non-clinical services such as supplemental cleaning and sanitization, environmental services, internal patient transport, concierge services, and more, Propark and CleanCo are able to alleviate that responsibility from healthcare workers, allowing them to provide better care for their patients. Additionally, the company offers traffic and transportation control, to include congestion alleviation for COVID-19 testing facilities. 

“We understand that each patient, visitor and healthcare worker is going through a personal journey in one way or another,” said John Reimers, Chief Operating Officer of Propark Mobility. “By leveraging our staff to support these non-clinical areas of importance, we’re helping to make our healthcare professionals more effective, in a time where there is so little bandwidth during this crisis. We feel that we bring a critical element that is needed right now at hospitals across the country.” 

With services deployed within 48 hours, and no long-term commitment required, hospitals and healthcare facilities can get immediate support for their non-clinical needs by logging on to www.propark.com/cleanco. 

About Propark Mobility 

Propark Mobility is one of the country’s largest privately-owned parking companies, providing full-service parking and mobility services for over 500 hospitality, healthcare, commercial and off-airport locations, in over 75 cities across the United States. For more information, please visit www.propark.com. 

RoboSense Smart LiDAR Sensor Wins the 2020 Edison Awards

April 02, 2020



RoboSense Smart LiDAR Sensor Wins the 2020 Edison Awards



[New York, United States] – [April 2, 2020] – RoboSense, the world’s leading autonomous driving LiDAR perception solution provider, has been honored as a winner in Transportation & Logistics Category for 2020 Edison Awards. The Edison Awards is one of the world’s prestigious awards that symbolize the persistence and excellence in innovation and honors the most innovative products and business leaders in the world. It is Established in 1987 and named after inventor Thomas Alva Edison and sometimes referred to as “The Oscars of Innovation”. All the winners were chosen as the “best of the best” by the globe review panel consist of 3,000 senior business executives and academics.

“We are very proud that our Smart LiDAR Sensor has been recognized by 2020 Edison Awards. It stands for the global industry experts’ recognition of RoboSense product design, development, and production processes and also indicates that RoboSense has achieved a new milestone of complete readiness for mass production of automotive LiDARs. We will continuously improve the product performance for the safety and mass production development of autonomous vehicles”, Dr. Leilei Shinohara, RoboSense Co-partner and Vice President said.

For the environment perception of autonomous driving, the sensor hardware only collects data, thus AI perception algorithms for data analysis are needed to speed up self-driving car’s accurate decision making. The RoboSense “RS-LiDAR-M1” is the world’s first and smallest MEMS Smart LiDAR Sensor to incorporate sensor hardware, AI perception algorithms, and IC chipsets. It transforms overpriced traditional LiDAR systems known as solely information collectors to full data analysis and comprehension systems, providing essential information for the autonomous vehicles to achieve decision-making faster and safer than ever before. For OEMs, the smart LiDAR Sensor with AI perception algorithms inside can also reduce the performance and cost requirements for the domain controller within the vehicle, releasing their R&D investment pressure.

RoboSense MEMS-based LiDAR M1 uses 905nm lasers, boasting low cost, automotive grade, and compact size. Parts have been reduced from hundreds to dozens in comparison to traditional mechanical LiDARs, greatly reducing the cost and shortening production time– achieving a breakthrough in manufacturability. The coin-sized optical module processes the optical-mechanical system results to meet autonomous driving performance and mass production requirements.

In December, RoboSense’s LiDAR production line including RS-LiDAR-M1 has obtained the IATF 16949 certification in the automotive field, which now fully qualifies it to supply to automotive customers. As the winner of the CES Innovation Award in 2019 and 2020, RoboSense RS-LiDAR-M1 also demonstrated that it is the world’s first and only Smart LiDAR capable of real road tests on open roads at CES 2020.

About RoboSense
Founded in 2014, RoboSense (Suteng Innovation Technology Co., Ltd.) is the leading provider of Smart LiDAR Sensor Systems incorporating LiDAR sensors, AI algorithms and IC chipsets, that transform conventional 3D LiDAR sensors to full data analysis and comprehension systems. The company’s mission is to possess outstanding hardware and artificial intelligence capabilities to provide smart solutions that enable robots (including vehicles) to have perception capability more superior to humans. For more information please visit http://www.robosense.ai/.Follow RoboSense on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.

About the Edison Awards:
The Edison Awards is the world’s most revered Innovation Award dedicated to recognizing and honoring the best in innovations and innovators since 1987. For more information about the Edison Awards complete program and a list of past winners, visit www.edisonawards.com.


Visionect: The perfect home office device to stop your kids from hopping on your conference call

April 02, 2020

The perfect home office device to stop your kids from hopping on your conference call. 

(Silicon Valley, CA, April 2nd, 2020) Visionect, the leading innovator of ePaper solutions, has announced the release of its newest innovation for your workspace at home – Joan Home.

Built on the legacy of the popular room booking management solution, Joan, which is being used by many leading companies across the globe such as Microsoft, NASA, Samsung and Amazon, Joan Home leverages the most energy-efficient technology to bring productivity and efficiency to your home.

Visionect’s innovation addresses the recent shift from working in the office to collaborating with remote teams from home, and the challenge of dealing with constant interruptions. The sudden change in work dynamic has forced millions of parents and individuals living in shared accommodation to restructure their workdays and tackle issues around their own productivity.

Employees who are interrupted during their deep work sessions and conference calls face a significant drop in the quality and speed of work, resulting in prolonged working hours. Those extra work hours are eating up time that could be spent with the family – the most important element of most people’s lives.

What’s more, young tech enthusiasts working in global tech centers live in shared accommodation with their housemates, making working from home especially challenging. Interruptions can cause lost deals, output is prone to human error, and their focus is pulled away from building successful businesses.

Staying close with our customers has enabled us to understand how people work and what they need to be their best selves. That’s why Visionect, at the recent turn of events, sprung to action and developed a solution for easing workflow and reducing meeting interruptions at home“, says Matej Zalar, co-founder of Visionect.

Joan Home is a home office device which displays your current availability and your calendar/schedule for the day. Its hardware was inspired by Joan and so it is energy-efficient, easy to attach and extremely secure. It also has a wireless design that resembles paper, making the device both simple and elegant.

Created on the principle of simplicity, Joan Home connects to your calendar and updates in real-time, allowing you to stay organized. Installation takes just a couple of minutes. Simply stick a magnet to any clean surface and place Joan onto it – that means no drilling, wiring, or damage to your walls. The device is completely wire-free and thanks to its energy efficiency, it only needs to be charged every few months.

Joan Home is the perfect household companion. It ensures that everyone’s work stays disruption-free and provides you with the opportunity to schedule meetings and conference calls without any distractions.  

Learn more about Joan Home by visiting https://getjoan.com/shop/joan-home/.



Contact: Tilen Kegl, Marketing team lead at Visionect, tilen.kegl@visionect.com

About Visionect | Visionect, the developer of Joan, the award-winning conference room management solution, is the world leader in deploying electronic paper in environments that were once impossible. Visionect technology is unparalleled in versatility, ultra-low power consumption, ease of installation and simplicity of use. For more information, please visitwww.visionect.com.

ParkHub Named Official Parking Partner of SportTechie

April 01, 2020



ParkHub Named Official Parking Partner of SportTechie





DALLAS, TX  — ParkHub, the leading B2B parking technology provider, has been selected as the Official Parking Partner of SportTechie, the world’s leading resource devoted to the intersection of sports and technology. ParkHub’s technology is purpose-built to improve the parking experience, and the company serves over 200 professional sports teams, premier entertainment venues, universities, and state parks across the United States.



“The sports technology space is becoming increasingly vibrant as teams and venues strive to create a more convenient and rewarding experience for their fans,” said George Baker Sr., founder and CEO of ParkHub. “We’re delighted to team up with SportTechie and represent the community of tech providers developing cutting-edge tools to achieve this aim.”

ParkHub’s integrated technology helps businesses increase revenue, achieve operational efficiency, and improve customer satisfaction with streamlined parking processes and rich data insights. ParkHub’s mobile point-of-sale accepts multiple payment options, including credit card and mobile payments, and authenticates prepaid parking passes. All transactions are stored in Suite, ParkHub’s business intelligence platform, which provides real-time operational and transactional data and robust analytics.

ParkHub recently partnered with HERE Technologies, a global location data and technology platform, to help consumers easily find and pay for parking spots. The companies plan to integrate ParkHub’s reservoir of real-time parking inventory data into the HERE platform.

ParkHub manages more than two million parking spots across the United States and its technology has helped park more than 32 million vehicles to date.

Find out more about how ParkHub technology benefits sports and entertainment venues at parkhub.com/soti.

About SportTechie

At SportTechie, we make sports smarter. Through immersive storytelling and industry-leading events, we connect you with the innovators and power brokers who are shaping the future of sports technology. Whether you’re an athlete, fan, team executive, player rep, league insider or technologist, you’ll find significant value in being a part of the SportTechie community. Our coverage focuses on three main stakeholders within sports—athletes, fans, and teams/leagues—and analyzes how technology affects these deeply interconnected parts of the industry. For more information, visit sporttechie.com.

About ParkHub

ParkHub is a Dallas-based technology company that provides software and hardware services for the global parking industry. The company’s products provide multiple payment options, real-time reporting of parking revenue, support for dynamic pricing, and inventory availability and control. ParkHub technology integrates with many prepaid parking and ticketing providers. Founded by parking industry veteran George Baker Sr., ParkHub has effectively fast-tracked traditional parking operations into the digital age. For more information, visit parkhub.com.

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