FOSTER CITY, Calif. and INDIANAPOLIS, March 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Streetline, Inc. (www.streetline.com) and ParkIndy, a public-private partnership between the city and Xerox, are now making it easier to find parking in Indianapolis. Using Streetline’s sensor-enabled Smart Parking system, Parker™, a free smartphone app, motorists can see open parking spaces in real-time, reducing the time and energy spent searching for elusive parking.
Sensors embedded in the pavement detect when spaces are available. Parker provides the location and general availability of spaces through the use of web-enabled devices, such as a smartphone, PC, or tablet. Once parked, motorists can use the app’s built-in timer to track of how much time is left on the meter, or access walking directions to help find their parking space when they need to return to their vehicle.
“Our goal is to take the pain out of parking,” said David Cummins, vice president parking and justice solutions, Xerox. “We created a customized solution offering credit-card accepting meters, pay-by-phone technology and now new directional guidance apps from Streetline to make parking easier than ever in Indianapolis.”
Some of the notable features of Parker include: