• Smart Parking – a Quick Win for Sustainable, Low-Carbon Transport
    Transport has always been a complicated space, but in recent years it is becoming even more complex. Each day we see new entrants in the smart mobility ecosystem. Adding to this online shopping and food delivery — they all compete...
  • IPI PAN: The First Digital Parking in Poland – Press Release
    NaviParking in cooperation with the Institute of Computer Science of the Polish Academy of Sciences has opened the first Digital Parking in Poland. The parking is located at 5 Jana Kazimierza street in Warsaw and available for all interested drivers....
  • Smart Parking for Tour Buses in Wroclaw
    Wroclaw is the first city in Poland to launch the free NaviParking mobile application aimed at navigating tourist buses to the nearest unoccupied parking spot. The cutting edge Smart Parking solution was created to address the needs of tour guides and improve...
  • Nissan Leaf Roadshow
    90% of European drivers make daily less than 80 kilometres. This means that the battery capacity of 40 kWh allows covering over 85% of the range needs. Nissan Leaf is the first electric car with the range approved in compliance...
  • VDI Conference – Smart Last Mile Delivery
    What logistics and parking have in common? Parking facilities can serve as switching points for last mile delivery, for example by public transit, electric cars or cargo bikes. That topic was addressed by Marek Stawinski and Iwona Skowronek during the International...
  • 2018 as a Year of Multimodality
    The European Commission has named 2018 the Year of multimodality. Consolidating different sources of transport data, including parking data and real-time information about traffic conditions, and linking them with mobile application, make it possible to create new mobility services that...
  • Transforming Parkings into Multimodal Intelligent Mobility Hubs
    Transport digitalization opens up new avenues and applications that have the potential to dramatically change the way mobility services are being delivered and how people move around the city. New tech-enabled transport can address problems posed by the first and...
  • Digital ecosystems for smart mobility services
    The advent of self-driving cars and the popularity of transportation services such as Uber and Lyft have thrust mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) forward as the future of transportation, transforming the customer experience and potentially seeing the world shift away from personally owned...
  • New Mobility Services 2nd Partners Meeting
    The New Mobility Services initiative is part of the Action Cluster Sustainable Urban Mobility within the European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities (EIP-SCC). It aims to facilitate piloting projects prepared for the Horizon 2020. On 12th of June...
  • New Mobility Services meet in Brussels
    Smart Parking in Delivering Positive Change to Mobility  Mission-oriented innovation is a novel approach in the European Union policy to spur sustainable growth encompassing new technologies and business models for the benefits of society. Providing multi-modal transport application through environmentally...