Barnet Council is undergoing an exciting new pilot with Smart Parking technology which could make it easier for Temple Fortune visitors to find a parking space, and help local businesses.
Westminster City Council, in partnership with Smart Parking, is set to unveil new technology which could eliminate the issue of inconsiderate drivers parking in disabled bays.
The London Borough of Camden goes live with Smart Parking technology transforming the parking experience in key on-street locations across the borough.
Construction of the ACT Government’s Smart Parking trial has begun this week in Manuka, with minor disruptions to parking bays and some construction noise expected.
The frustrating search when looking for a parking space could be at an end for drivers in Manuka, Canberra. Smart Parking have begun work with the ACT (Australian Capital Territory) Government to deliver its SmartPark solution that will help drivers find a parking space quickly and conveniently.
In February 2015, we were proud to announce the launch of Smart Parking's SmartPark solution in Milton Keynes with the installation of 300 SmartEye sensors in the city’s B4-1 Car Park on South Second Street.
Westminster City Council’s ground-breaking deployment of SmartPark, Smart Parking’s solution that helps drivers find a parking space quickly and conveniently is recognised as a finalist in the category of Excellence in Technology and Innovation at the 2015 Parking Industry Awards.
In a move which could transform how residents, visitors and commuters park their car in Cardiff, this week saw the launch of The City of Cardiff Council SmartPark pilot which will test how effective bay sensor technology is for the Welsh Capital. Outside of London, Cardiff is the first city to use this technology in on-street locations.
Smart Parking is pleased to announce that they have now entered into an extended services contract with one of their existing clients, UK fashion and homeware retailer, Matalan.
In partnership with Australian Parking and Revenue Control (APARC) the City of South Perth has installed Smart Parking's on-street bay sensor technology on a three-month trial period.