Parkopedia

28th July 2021

VW Signs up to Connected Car Parking Services in the US

Connected car services provider, Parkopedia, is extending its global reach with a deal to provide parking reservation services to Volkswagen of America. The service is now live for drivers...

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28th May 2021

Consumers Demand more In-Car Payment Access, claims Provider

Consumers are demanding more access to in-car payments according to pay-as-you-park provider, Parkopedia. The company claims it is extending its customer’s in-car payment services in response to this perceived...

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19th March 2021

In-Door Mapping to Advance Automated Valet Parking

In-door mapping could soon advance automated valet parking to the mass market now that a production-ready navigation suite is available. Parking specialist Parkopedia has launched a production version of...

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28th August 2020

Fintech’s Revenue Lessons for the Automaker

The pandemic lockdowns have seen merchants scrambling to find ways to let people buy and pick up food and products without getting out of the car. Yet some brands...

By Susan Kuchinskas

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14th May 2018

Weekly Brief: Volvo hands Google keys to its infotainment

Volvo cars will soon come with Android built into the dashboard. Andrew Tolve reports. Forget about mirroring your smartphone with Android Auto, Google has bigger plans in the dashboard:the...

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10th October 2016

Weekly Brief: Volvo brings V2V technology to the tipping point

Imagine if every time you drove over a dangerous pothole, skidded on black ice or popped on your hazard warning lights owing to a sudden stop in traffic, your...

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9th November 2015

Weekly Brief: Toyota creates new company for autonomous tech with $1Bn pledge

In this week’s Brief: Toyota, Toyota Research Institute, Stanford University, MIT, Octo Telematics, Daimler, WirelessCar, Sygic, Parkopedia, Zubie, Verizon, The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, DocuSign andVisa. So much...

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10th June 2013

Weekly Brief: All the news from TU Detroit

Charges for using payment cards, which could include debit and credit cards, need to be made clear to customers by airlines, according to the Office of Fair Trading (OFT).

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