‘Parking, the next mile’ is the theme of this year’s Spotlight on Parking, a free half-day seminar run by the London Borough of Hounslow on Tuesday 17th March.
As part of our growth plan Roly Rogers will be stepping into the position of Head of Research & Development. Complementing each other’s skillset, Roly and John will provide new levels of excellence in business technology leadership that will power Smart Parking’s industry leading product ecosystem.
Milton Keynes Council goes live with Smart Parking’s SmartPark solution. The aim of the trial is to highlight how the company’s technology can transform the parking experience for drivers in a key off-street parking location within the city.
The fruitless search when looking for a parking space could be at an end for drivers in the New Zealand capital now that Wellington City Council have begun to trial Smart Parking’s bay sensor technology.
Through the deployment of Smart Parking's bay sensor technology and its associated real-time reporting platform, SmartRep, the London Borough of Barnet will gain a true understanding of average on-street stay times and occupancy rates, as well as intelligence to aid in day-to-day management and future planning.
World-leading provider of car parking technology and parking management services Smart Parking is partnering with CiTRO Technology Solutions to trial its SmartPark space finding solution in the Greek capital.
Cisco the worldwide leader in networking solutions and Smart Parking, global leaders in parking technology, will join forces to form a strategic partnership to offer local authorities an end-to-end solution making the parking experience for consumers easier, whilst making cities more efficient.
Welcome to the new smartparking.com, the website that truly takes you on a ‘Parking Journey’.
We are pleased to announce the addition of Lewis Johnson as our new EMEA Head of Technology.
On Friday 19th December, Smart Parking Technology New Zealand took part in the SPT DoubleHardman endurance games. As part of the team building activities SPT Technicians ran for 5km before completing early morning boxing and Pilate sessions, followed by the tough “PIHA Challenge" which included a 500 meter sand run, scale down 100 meter cliff, a further 500 meter sand run, swim through the "Keyhole", in rocks, swim out to Lion Rock, and then in to shore. By this stage all team members were weary to say the least, but continued on to complete a gruelling 2km run over hot and steep sand dunes and a 4, 500 meter swim across Bethals Lake.