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Smart Parking seals deal with NZ’s Hamilton

Australian-listed global parking company Smart Parking has been selected to provide its smart parking system to the New Zealand city of Hamilton.

Under the deal Hamilton, in the North Island, will deploy the smart parking technology as part of its new parking plan to revitalise Hamilton’s central business district.

Smart Parking (ASX:SPZ) will provide parking technology for approximately 945 parking bays in Hamilton, which is New Zealand’s fourth most populous city.

The deployment follows a recent deal by Smart Parking with Wilson Parking New Zealand and represents what the company says is further expansion into the New Zealand market.

Smart Parking markets a range of technologies to improve on-street city parking, with its in-ground vehicle detection sensors providing information to assist in the management of parking spaces, and enabling drivers to locate vacant spaces in real-time.

The UK registered, ASX-listed company, claims it has more than 55,000 vehicle detection sensors installed in 16 countries and the largest market share of the global intelligent parking sensor and integrated smart parking services market.


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