Local government leaders have an increasing amount of choice when it comes to smart city technology. Some of the best technology has been developed in Australia and presents many advantages to its foreign counterparts. So what are the benefits of home grown smart city tech? Why is the choice of technology provider so important? And what do cities stand to gain by putting local technology on their smart city agenda?
Australia’s leading mobile parking application PayStay has hit another incredible milestone, exceeding 150,000 registrations. This 50% increase in take-up rate took only six months to achieve, having reached the 100,000 mark in February 2016.
Parking is like real estate, difficult to find and often more costly than expected. Thanks to PayStay’s latest feature, finding this prime real estate just became much easier.
PayStay, a mobile parking payment app developed for the Australian market, has reached the ambitious target of 100,000 subscribers well ahead of schedule. To put that into perspective, you can fill the MCG with PayStay users.
The PinForce system is well known in the civic compliance industry for its innovation of parking technology. But this intricately designed software offers much more than just parking revolutions when it comes to enforcing local laws.
Lessons from Early Adopters In Australia and New Zealand. Database Consultants Australia CEO Declan Ryan gives his insight into the ever developing world of M-Commerce.
DCA’s very own pay-by-mobile parking application, PayStay, has spread its wings further with another three Australian authorities selecting PayStay.
The City of Melbourne’s inaugural artist-in-residence, Gideon Obarzanek, has produced an entertaining tongue-in-cheek video on the tough job faced by parking inspectors.