Does Being First to Market Help or Harm the Cause for Automated Parking?

Posted by Dr. Brian Holt, Autonomous Driving & Parking on 21 October 2019 13:59:10 BST

Brian Holt_headshot_cropped_3Connected and driverless vehicles are here. It is already possible to pay for fuel, movie tickets and of course, parking, without leaving the vehicle. Fully automated valet parking (where the driver exits the vehicle at the entrance to a parking garage and the car parks itself) may have attracted less hype, but because of the lower cost, fewer safety concerns and high demand, is anticipated to be the first fully driverless feature available for mass deployment.

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Topics: Autonomous Vehicles, Self Parking, Valet Parking, Connected Vehicles, Indoor maps, Industry Standards, ISO

Striving for continuous improvement

Posted by Lewis Johnson, Technical Account Manager on 17 October 2019 20:27:23 BST

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Topics: Industry Standards, ISO, Continuous improvement

Transparency and Minimum Industry Standards

Posted by Eugene Tsyrklevich, Founder & CEO on 22 July 2019 10:01:44 BST
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When I started Parkopedia 12 years ago, I was driven by the need to alleviate the frustrations of drivers searching for parking. I knew nothing about the parking industry (apart from, perhaps, how to feed a parking meter), and it took Parkopedia a few years to build up the parking coverage to become interesting enough for an industry-focused product. Today, Parkopedia covers 70 million parking spaces across 89 countries globally and supplies parking services to over 20 of the world’s leading car brands, as well as mapping and navigation providers including Apple Maps, Garmin and TomTom.

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Topics: Quality, Parking, Data, Transparency, Industry Standards