Parkeagle can proudly say that it has just completed the installation of their Smart Parking Sensors. These sensors, that mark the first in Rotterdam, were placed in the Blijdorp area. In total, eight streets (see pictures below) in this area will be able to test the Smart Parking Sensors, starting July 2nd 2018. This is also the moment that residents of the concerning area will be able to start using the mobile application.

The placement of the Smart Parking Sensors is only the first step into becoming the largest Smart Parking Project in The Netherlands. The system helps citizens to find a parking space quick and easy by using Parkeagle’s Smart Navigation App. As a result of this, citizens of the great city of Rotterdam will save time, frustration and emissions. From now on parking will be a breeze!

Parkeagle wants to thank its amazing team, partners, mentors and investors for their support and dedication to this cause.

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