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July 12, 2019

City of Laguna Beach launches Frogparking App

Residents and visitors in the City of Laguna Beach, California can now experience the benefits of easier, faster, and smarter parking thanks to Frogparking’s smart-city parking platform. Following a competitive bid process, Frogparking was selected to deliver a platform which improves the parking experience for the city, local businesses, and end-users.  Frogparking sensors have been installed in on-street and indoor...
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May 3, 2019

New, laser fast parking at Wellington airport.

Finding a parking space at Wellington Airport is now easier and faster than ever before, thanks to kiwi made laser parking sensors and guidance technology. The system, which includes eye-safe laser vehicle sensors, ultra-bright LED guidance lights, and large signs to direct customers through Wellington Airport’s new nine-level parking building to an available parking space as quickly as possible, was...
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February 12, 2019

Kiwi parking technology taking off at an airport near you.

The airport carparking experience is a critical first impression for airport customers, so making it easy and stress-free has significant flow-on benefits. That’s the focus for pioneering New Zealand-based parking technology firm Frogparking which promises to turn their clients’ carparks into effective tools for understanding and managing their customers. The company is on a global growth spurt off the back...
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October 14, 2018

Smart, small data with the Frogparking reporting suite

Turn your parking asset from “just a car park” to a smart, agile, small data collecting machine with Frogparking’s sensors, mobile app, and cloud-based reporting suite. Understand your customers better, so you can target promotions and offers, set pricing based on live utilisation, and make better business decisions based on live data that is accessible, informative, and actionable. Using Frogparking’s...
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August 3, 2018

Frogparking recognised as one of New Zealand’s fastest growing companies

Frogparking’s Chief Operating Officer, Shareena Sandbrook, says being recognised as one of the New Zealand’s fastest growing exporters in this year’s Deloitte Fast 50 programme is yet another vote of confidence in the company and acknowledgement of the rapid growth seen over the last few years. The Palmerston North-based global parking technology company took away the Lower North Island Region’s...
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July 3, 2018

No woes for Palmerston North parking sensors.

While parking sensors in Wellington and New Plymouth are failing just a few years after being installed, Palmerston North’s locally developed sensors and system are still going strong eight years later. In 2010, local firm Frogparking installed more than 2,600 smart, environmentally friendly solar sensors and a cloud-based platform fully integrated into the city’s parking meter systems - and a...
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July 14, 2017

Realising the true value of parking with dynamic pricing

Since the introduction of self-parking well over half a century ago, parking owners and operators have struggled to realize the full value of their asset. In the early days, the challenges revolved largely around accounting. As with any cash business, it was difficult to make sure that all the money that was being collected was making its way into the...
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August 14, 2016

Frogparking to provide guidance at Wellington International Airport

A Palmerston North technology business is flying high after winning a major parking contract with Wellington International Airport. Frogparking has created what it says is the world's first cloud-based parking management system. The indoor/outdoor guidance technology has been selected by the airport for its new $70 million multi-level transport hub, due to be completed in November next year. Airport bosses...
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November 14, 2015

Frogparking technology helping parkers take off at Auckland Airport

Palmerston North based parking technology company, Frogparking, recently completed the installation of over 500 wireless parking occupancy sensors across Auckland International Airport’s indoor and outdoor carparks.  The new sensors are an extension to the guidance system installed in late 2015 and will mean that motorists can enjoy better parking availability and an easier ride to available carparks at the airport....
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