It’s the self-styled 'Wikipedia for parking'. Through its website and native mobile apps, Parkopedia lets you see information on meters, spaces, parking lots and even private drives that are for hire. Much of this data is added to and updated by the Parkopedia community. Its data is also used by many of the major car makers, including Audi, BMW, Ford, Toyota, Volvo and Jaguar Land Rover, who can integrate the Parkopedia database into their dashboards.
The current database includes 150,000 off-street parking facilities in 6,300 cities, with information on more than 38 million parking spaces in 75 countries. With the global smart parking market forecast to grow at more than 30 per cent annually over the next four years, Parkopedia is in the driver’s seat for growth.
For more information please visit www.parkopedia.co.uk