Ashley Bailey Joins Flowbird Business Development Team

February 27, 2020




Ashley Bailey Joins Flowbird Business Development Team 




Leading parking technology company Flowbird has appointed Ashley Bailey to spearhead its business development activities in south west England, the Midlands and Wales.



Ashley joins Flowbird with significant experience in both parking services and transportation technology, having travelled the world to help customers meet the challenges of urbanisation.

“My experience will be valuable in helping local authorities and parking operators optimise the opportunities opening up through digitalisation,” says Ashley. “In the parking arena, we know there is increasing interest in cloud-enabled terminal services, such as environmental monitoring and dynamic emissions-based charging, but we also see opportunities for the wider integration of parking and transport solutions in the future.

“For example, Flowbird is very well positioned as a partner for mobility-as-a-service (MaaS), through innovations in account based ticketing but also through the development of back office platforms that can manage the entire mobility requirements of urban areas.

“I am very much looking forward to working alongside existing and prospective customers to share the benefit of Flowbird’s experience and expertise.”

During his career, Ashley has visited 53 countries, winning contracts in the UK, USA, Middle East and Africa and he has a strong track record in delivering new projects, providing customer support and growing new business pipelines.

He lives in the Forest of Dean and counts fishing, target shooting and walking among his interests.


Flowbird Urban Intelligence

Flowbird is the world’s leading parking services and urban mobility company.

The name Flowbird expresses the innate ability of birds to navigate individually within crowded spaces; mirroring the benefits for people of the intelligent parking and multi-modal systems developed for towns and cities by Parkeon and Cale.

Flowbird’s group resources include 500 R&D engineers working on behalf of customers to push the boundaries of innovation in transportation hardware, software, sensor systems, machine-learning and AI, information security and mobile development.