Kevin Uhlenhaker, Founder of NuPark, joins Automotus’ Board of Advisors
Kevin Uhlenhaker, Co-Founder & CEO of NuPark (Acquired by Passport Labs), has joined the Automotus Board of Advisor. Kevin has been a leader in the parking & mobility industry for nearly 20 years, working with leading technologies and organizations to help drive impactful innovation for municipalities and universities across the US.
Automotus, a mobility-focused video analytics company based out of Los Angeles, helps cities tackle their increasingly complex curbside demand with insights and automations critical for managing their shifting parking and mobility landscape. Kevin joins Donald Shoup, Glenn Derry, and John Zimmerman on the Automotus advisory board, bringing additional industry and technology expertise to help the company on its mission of creating more accessible and equitable urban mobility.
“I’m incredibly excited to be working closely with the Automotus team. Curb space has become increasingly chaotic in recent years due to the growing number of stakeholders, and the Automotus solution is uniquely positioned to help tackle this problem head-on,” said Kevin Uhlenhaker. He also added, “their team’s drive and technology is already impressive, and I’m looking forward to helping the team during this next phase of growth.”
Kevin spent years at T2 Systems, and later ParkingSoft, before founding NuPark in 2013. He served as the CEO of NuPark for five years until Passport Labs acquired the company. Upon leaving Passport Labs, Kevin founded SLS Insights to provide technology and management consulting to the parking and mobility industry.
“Having Kevin on board is an amazing boost to our growing team. His knowledge of the space and the challenges that parking officials face today is incredibly rare. He is a true problem solver and we are looking forward to collaborating with him for many years to come,” added Jordan Justus, CEO of Automotus.
Automotus was founded in 2017 by Jordan Justus and Harris Lummis to help communities more easily understand and manage their shifting mobility landscapes, specifically at the curb. They are a Techstars-backed company serving cities across the US, Italy, France, and Austria.
Automotus is building a world where people spend more time where they want to be and less time getting there. The company’s technology empowers communities to measure all forms of mobility, craft data-driven policies, and ensure compliance from all stakeholders. Automotus can be found online at www.automotus.co.