Parking Sense is a parking technology organization focused on delivering a comprehensive suite of intelligent solutions to the parking, transportation and mobility industries. Parking Sense delivers a unique combination of hardware and software products to provide an integrated Parking as a Service (PaaS) platform to support the evolution of the driving experience.
By directing vehicles to available parking garages and spaces within those garages more efficiently, we can help our customers reduce congestion, improve their carbon footprint and optimize the usage and profitability of parking assets.
The system itself is based around low-energy technology to continue the focus on environmental benefits and sustainability.
At its core, the Parking Sense system is a scalable, dynamic solution allowing clients to customize the product and build in additional features and technology over time.
Parking Sense is the fastest growing intelligent parking solution technology company in the world. We have Distributors and installations in United States, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Canada, Dubai and the Netherlands.
Parking Sense owns the development and production facilities for all our products. This vertical integration is one of the key reasons that we can market a cost-effective parking guidance system.
The Parking Sense team has over 30 years of parking management experience and 12 years of sensor based technology experience, making us one of the most experienced teams in the industry.
Prior to founding Parking Sense, the team founded and developed Metereye Limited, which changed its name to Smart Parking. In February 2011, the company successfully listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX). The company developed and marketed a product called Metereye, which was the first in-ground sensor technology in the parking industry. The product was technically advanced and its accuracy was proven by the fact that the system was accepted in a court of law as support for parking citations.
what clients are saying
“We’re trying to make it more efficient, providing more information for them instead of driving around and around looking for a space, we’d rather have them studying and enjoying the student life.”Tony Guerrero, Associate Vice Chancellor of facilities for theUniversity of Washington, Bothell
“The parking industry is a very fast-paced business. We had to find a system that would keep up with (or a step ahead of) continuously evolving parking technology and would not be outdated by the time all of the systems were installed. The level of responsiveness tells you a lot about the company and how they will work with you over the ensuing years. You first have to be made aware that the proposal is meeting every requirement to even be given a second look. But it is the level of responsiveness that is very telling about the ethics of the company and what you can expect from them over the next five years. Being that LA Metro is such a demanding client, the industry is looking at this sizeable project as a role model.”Frank Ching, LA Metro Senior Director ofCountywide Parking Management
“There’s a value in being able to provide the asset (parking) that other people can’t. The speed of leasing is accelerated and you can accommodate more tenants.”Director, CBREGalleria Dallas
“The reason we decided to install a metering system is that we only have space for about 327 cars, and we have at least 700 employees. People would drive around the garage not knowing if there were any spots available. We incorporated a display board which is right by our main entrance to notify if the garage is full. It did solve the issue that we had.”Construction SupervisorHoward Hughes Medical Institute
“Accuracy is critical… because, as a military medical facility, there are so many handicapped people who come to the medical center. Being able to know exactly where the handicapped spots are is really useful.”Project Manager, Engineering/Contracting FirmWalter Reed National Military Medical Center