In the media

Finding a parking spot is about to become a lot easier in London

Posted on January 27, 2016
Forget driving around for hours hunting for a space, soon you'll be able to check if any of 11,000 TfL car park spaces are available.

Smart Parking Technology Expands in Costa Rica

Posted on January 23, 2016
Costa Rica is rapidly developing and increasingly recognized for its commitment to sustainability by ranking third in 2014’s Global Green Economy Index behind Sweden and Norway a notable accomplishment for such a small country.

Improved Roads Open Data – Car Parks & JamCams

Posted on January 22, 2016
London Underground has over 60 car parks with over 11,000 spaces. With the help of our partners Smart Parking, we have released live data showing available spaces for 25 of these car parks. We are seeing whether we can expand the feed to cover all London Underground car parks in the future.

5 Industries On the Verge of IoT Disruption

Posted on January 18, 2016
In Australia the only genuine application of IoT comes from the ACT, who are currently undertaking a ‘smart parking’ trial. This system can alert drivers on parking space availability before they leave their location or as they arrive at the parking space.

Smart technology ends search for city centre parking spots

Posted on January 08, 2016
The struggle to find parking in city centres may be over thanks to new smart parking technology. About 3000 high-tech parking sensors, capable of detecting when a vehicle has occupied a parking space, are to be installed in Wellington's CBD by bay sensor technology company Smart Parking.

Trial for parking sensors that tip off wardens about blue-badge fakers

Posted on December 17, 2015
BAD parkers beware: traffic wardens are to test technology that will finally give them the upper hand when it comes to ticketing drivers. The system uses sensors buried in parking spaces, which notify wardens if cars are parked illegally. If the trial is successful, the technology could be introduced to allow wardens to identify where overstayers are parked without having to patrol the streets.

Under the Hood: An Evolving Industry – Rebecca Grainger

Posted on December 16, 2015
The IT industry, in all of its sectors, is constantly evolving to provide better services and technological capabilities to users, and the parking industry is no different.

How Smart Parking is harnessing 3G/4G ‪#‎M2M‬ connectivity as a resilient & flexible alternative to fixed wire.

Posted on December 14, 2015
Global-leading parking solutions provider parks fixed line communication and turns to mobile connectivity for rapid and secure deployments across the UK

Hi-tech crackdown on illegal parking in disabled bays in central London

Posted on December 01, 2015
A London council is using groundbreaking technology to crack down on inconsiderate drivers parking illegally in disabled bays.

Intelligent parking trials proves successful

Posted on November 25, 2015
Studies have shown that 30% of city traffic congestion is caused by people looking for somewhere to park. Our research indicates that the average time to find an available space is 14 minutes but using the app that is reduced to eight.

Infra-red parking sensor installation, Westminster

Posted on November 16, 2015
Significant demand for parking in Central London means that drivers can spend an average of 15 minutes looking for available spaces. While drivers search and wait for availability, they continually contribute to the congestion and air pollution of the Capital. The distribution of vehicles across parking spaces can also be massively uneven; under-used parking areas are regularly in close proximity to saturated areas and drivers unaware of available spaces nearby.

Smart Parking wins Canberra trial

Posted on November 06, 2015
Smart Parking Limited (ASX:SPZ) wins a 12 month car parking sensor trial in the A.C.T.

Work on Manuka smart parking trial to begin next week

Posted on November 05, 2015
Work on the trial of smart parking technology in the Manuka shopping precinct will begin next week, ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr has announced. The 12-month trial will cost around $330,000 and will roll out in the first quarter of 2016, once all of the car park sensors, real-time traffic signs and smartphone applications have been installed

New parking app aims to help Canberra motorists find vacant car spots

Posted on September 24, 2015
The ACT Government will hold a 12 month trial of "smart parking'" in the busy Manuka shopping precinct at the start of next year. Ground sensors will be installed to gather real-time parking information, which will then be relayed to drivers through a smartphone app and traffic signs.

Milton Keynes expands smart parking pilot project

Posted on September 07, 2015
The UK town that will be one of the pilot sites for autonomous vehicle testing later in the year, is expanding its ‘smart parking’ system, which was deployed in early 2015 as another mobility pilot project.

Cardiff's 'smart parking' scheme to be extended allowing more drivers to check their phones for a parking spot

Posted on September 04, 2015
Hours spent crawling round Cardiff’s streets to try to find a parking space could be a thing of the past when a new pilot scheme of “smart parking” is expanded in the city. There are already 225 sensors installed in the city but another 57 have been put in place.

Smart Parking Trial Expanded

Posted on September 03, 2015
The Smart Parking Trial scheme which launched in Cardiff this summer has been expanded to cover the Cathays Park area of the city. A further 57 Smart Parking RFID-equipped SmartEye vehicle detection sensors, linked via SmartLink data transmitters have been installed in addition to the original 225 sensors which were originally installed in West Grove, The Walk, Museum Avenue, North Road, Museum Place, Park Place, Wellfield Road, Albany Road, Severn Road Car Park and Sofia Gardens Car Park (access road to the car park).

Smart Parking on trial in Cardiff

Posted on August 26, 2015
Smart Parking Technology has started installing 225 RFID-equipped SmartEye vehicle detection sensors, linked via SmartLink data transmitters, in some of Cardiff’s central parking hotspots.

Cardiff runs smart parking pilot

Posted on August 05, 2015
City council tests software hooking up sensors and mobile app to guide drivers to empty bays

South Wales Echo test put SmartApp to the test

Posted on August 04, 2015
It is billed as a tool which can help Cardiff's residents and visitors find vacant spaces in an instant... but does the Smart Parking app really work?