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.
Whangarei is the northernmost city in New Zealand with a population of 56,400. A survey conducted by the council in January 2016, found that locating available parking was among ratepayers' biggest gripes, however the average occupancy of CBD car parks was just at 61 per cent Monday to Saturday and on-street carparks were at 73 per cent occupancy.
In a commitment to ensuring Cardiff is a high quality, attractive and liveable smart city, Cardiff City Council is using innovative technology to deliver tangible service improvements in city management, with a wide range of applications across council functions. One of these innovations is the introduction of Smart Parking technology.
With a diverse group of students, staff and visitors visiting the City and Rotokauri campuses daily, parking at Wintec - Waikato Institute of Technology is in high demand.
Retailers, keen to see foot traffic return to the CBD have been working with Ashburton District Council to come up with a plan for its redevelopment.