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Israeli Smart Parking App Maker Releases New Device

The technology leverages the mobile’ device’s native sensors to anticipate soon-to-be empty parking spots and provide a map of current vacant parking spots.

Anagog

Israel’s Anagog, a smart parking company that crowd sources real-time parking information, announced that more applications have incorporated its technology as the basis for their service including Parking Now, Train Alarm and GPS Maps for Sony’s Smartwatch2.

Anagog partners with driving, navigation, connected car, automotive, parking companies and developers who implement Anagog’s CrowdPark SDK. The technology leverages the mobile’ device’s native sensors to anticipate soon-to-be empty parking spots and provide a map of current vacant parking spots.

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“Anagog is the heart and soul of our solution. We’ve used Anagog’s CrowdPark technology as the basis of our app and then built our offering around it. This gave us unique mobility capabilities that were otherwise impossible to achieve” says Mohan Noone, creator of the Train Alarm app. “Our service uses Anagog’s location and mobility SDK to recognize locations and wake up passengers when they get to their stop, with no power footprint. Anagog’s technology is the very essence of our product.”

GPS Maps and Parking Now, both based in Germany, have built their offering and global user base through enhanced capabilities with Anagog’s SDK. Thanks to Anagog’s SDK, GPS Maps offers users a robust and efficient way to direct drivers back to their car. Parking Now leverages Anagog’s SDK to help users locate exactly where a users’ car is located and the time it was parked so that parkers can head back to the car in time to avoid parking fines.

“Our CrowdPark development team has worked with dozens of developers to ensure that the SDK provides the most robust mobility and parking capabilities that developers are looking for, with the simplicity and professionalism developers expect, ” says Yaron Aizenbud, Founder & CEO at Anagog. “We are thrilled to be working with developers and connected car partners to harness the power of Anagog’s CrowdPark™ technology to enhance their services and provide unique parking and mobility solutions for their global user base.”

Anagog’s boasts that its patented CrowdPark technology delivers round-the-clock parking visibility for each street section, pointing drivers to available parking spots and shows how long the spots have been open, including detailed parking restrictions. Anagog provides a short list of ideal vacant spots – based on the combination of driving and walking distance, and then navigates drivers turn by turn to their chosen parking spot.

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