LocoMobi: The Uber Of Parking?

The company will allow drivers to pay for parking by using an E-ZPass device.

QuickPay, led by Barney Pell has acquired parking innovator, Nautical Tech Solutions, led by Grant Furlane.

According to Fast Company, they are joining forces under a new brand called LocoMobi, and have plans to become what they call the “Uber of parking.

LocoMobi will use cameras that scan and recognize license plates as they pull up to the checkpoint to enter or exit the garage. Those cameras are connected to software in a cloud that can automatically keep track of how long a car is parking for, and how much its driver owes.

The driver will be able to pre-register an account and use a parking lot with an E-ZPass so payments can be handled automatically.

“There’s no ticket” that the driver has to deal with, Pell told Fast Company. “There’s nothing to lose, there’s no wear and tear, there’s nothing to cheat and lie about.”

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