News

January 28, 2020

Dr Mary Quin joins Frogparking Board of Directors

Frogparking, a world-leading parking technology company, is pleased to welcome Dr Mary Quin to its Board of Directors, says Board Chairman, Malcolm Bailey, and company CEO, Shareena Sandbrook. “Mary brings a wealth of skills and experience in governance and management roles with a technology focus that will significantly benefit Frogparking. She is a former CEO of Callaghan Innovation, a government...
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Frogparking team before going river rafting
December 17, 2019

The Great Frog Raft Race

In traditional Frogparking fashion, we couldn't do your typical end of year work function. Instead, our engineers designed and manufactured rafts for the team to float down the Manawatu River for 4 hours. All rafts (and rafters!) made it down the river. A fun and relaxing day out on the water to close-out a big year for our team. Congratulations...
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December 10, 2019

Multi-award-winning
Mobile Parking App!

Above: The legends behind the app, James, Judah, and Lucan, posing with the latest addition to our trophy cabinet, the OC Weekly award for Best New App in Orange County! Our trophy cabinet has seen a few additions recently, with the Mobile App that we rolled out to the City of Laguna Beach racking up the awards! The list of...
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Frogparking's LiDAR laser sensor, green Guidance Light and Power Rail
September 3, 2019

Easing the perils of parking; an automated solution.

Parking is a necessary evil. It’s something we all do. Before going shopping, hanging out with friends, or before catching a game. It’s the experience before the experience. As someone who has recently joined the parking-sphere, I see parking as something where you either have a neutral experience or a below average one.  This lines up with the feedback I...
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Laguna Beach Parking Mobile App
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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Frogparking's Shareena and Don Sandbrook
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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Frogparking reporting suite displaying parking data and analytics on a desktop computer
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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