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along with improved communication channels with parent company Hoeft & Wessel, based in Hanover, Germany. Hospital Parking Management (HPM), a leading

provider of parking management and valet and transportation services for the healthcare industry, has announced a contractual agreement for valet services with University of South Florida Health at its new CAMLS (Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation) campus in downtown Tampa. Josh Reilly, HPM Operations Area Manager, said that the company “continues to grow its relationship with USF Health. … This new location is one- of-a-kind, and will be one of the leading healthcare training facilities in the country.” TagMaster North America, Inc., hands-free access

to the Tidewater Plantation community in North Myrtle Beach, North Carolina. The previous system used key- fobs that opened the gates remotely but the community required an option that was not easily moved from vehicle to vehicle or shared with non-residents, increasing security for community members. Citi, IBM and Streetline, Inc. announced a $25 million

Citi credit facility extended to Streetline, in collaboration with IBM, to fund innovation in parking and help transform cities for the future. As the majority of the world’s population moves to metropolitan areas, key city systems, including city streets and parking resources, are being strained to the breaking point. Additionally, vehicle emissions and drivers looking for parking are so closely linked that a year-long study found that motorists in a 15 block district in Los Angeles drove in excess of 950,000 miles, produced 730 tons of carbon dioxide and used 47,000 gallons of gas searching for parking. The collaboration between Citi, IBM, and Streetline aims to provide a funding source to bring new technology and smarter parking to cities around the globe. The financing will enable cities to acquire smart parking technology at no initial upfront cost—thereby facilitating adoption and deployment of the latest in parking advancements. Through this relationship, cities will now have the option to adopt Streetline’s cloud-based smart parking solutions on a pay-as-you-go basis.

On Track Innovations Ltd. (“OTI”) announced that

the City of Austin had announced that OTI America Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of OTI, was selected for the deployment of EasyPark™ electronic parking management and payment system. EasyPark will simplify the process of paying for parking in the City of Austin. Austin, the capital of Texas and the 14th most populous city in the U.S. with a population of 790,000, is the first major U.S. city to adopt the EasyPark system. EasyPark is currently used in 125 municipalities around the world, including Tel Aviv and

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Jerusalem in Israel, Lille and Lyon in France, Turin in Italy and Bermuda, with total device sales of over a million units. In February 2012, the EasyPark system was introduced to the U.S. with the first implementation in the University of California Davis campus. On-street multi-space parking meter technology has evolved over the last decade, but one thing still remains constant - motorists in the cities of Savannah, GA and Telluride, CO will continue to pay for their parking using Parkeon pay stations. These two cities were among the first in the United States to adopt the multi-space meter concept with Telluride installing meters in 1999 and Savannah deploying in 2003. Both municipalities have had years of success with Parkeon DG pay stations and decided to update their systems with Parkeon Strada pay stations, providing additional functionalities such as on-line, real- time credit card acceptance and wireless communication with Parkeon’s myParkfolio back-office system. Both Savannah and Telluride awarded contracts to Parkeon after a competitive bid process. During Savannah’s bid process, the City selected 3 vendors for an extended trial period. In addition to the Strada meter operating flawlessly, Parkeon was able to display solar superiority over the competition even in heavily shaded areas. Parkeon received the purchase order from Savannah on March 14 for 60 Stradas. These pay stations will operate in Pay-by-Space mode including integrated enforcement with Savannah’s T2 Systems handheld interface.

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