Smart Parking has been recognised as a finalist in the category of Parking Organisation of the Year at the 2017 Parking Industry Awards.
Over the last 12 months Hobart City Council has begun to formulate and introduce state-of-the-art Smart City solutions. In partnership with Australian Parking and Revenue Control (APARC), Smart Parking is pleased to announce it has secured the contract to implement its vehicle detection sensor solution in Tasmania’s capital city.
Australian brand, Coles Supermarkets has chosen to work with Smart Parking to make parking easier and more convenient for its customers at five new supermarkets nationally.
Working in partnership with Arthur D. Riley Ltd, Smart Parking Limited (ASX:SPZ) the global parking technology company has won a contract for the supply and maintenance of bay sensor technology for approximately 1345 parking bays in the City of Hamilton.
Global parking business Smart Parking Limited (ASX:SPZ) is delighted to announce it has won a new contract in New Zealand, having been chosen by Wilson Parking New Zealand as the preferred supplier of sensor and bay-finding technology at nine new sites.
International Data Corporation (IDC) recognise Smart Parking Limited (ASX:SPZ) as one of four innovative smart parking technology vendors in its recently published IDC Innovators report.
In partnership with Wilson Parking, Smart Parking has deployed overhead guidance technology at the innovative Ngāi Tahu Property development in central Christchurch.
In the New Year we were happy to announce to the market the award of Europe’s first citywide deployment of Smart Parking bay sensor and SmartSpot technology in the Welsh Capital. This week we are happy to show you the first phase of its installation.
Smart Parking presents its newly designed SmartSpot IoT Gateway, with new and improved features adapted to meet the needs of smart city operators - making it today’s most flexible gateway in the smart parking market.
SAP Tower is one of Auckland's most iconic A grade buildings in the highly sought after location of New Zealand's premier business address of Queen Street.