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IPS (UK) Ltd. Named Finalist in 2018 British Parking Awards

IPS (UK) Ltd. Named Finalist in 2018 British Parking Awards

Now in their 17th year, the British Parking Awards recognize the industry’s leading examples of car park management, enforcement, design and team work. IPS was recently named a finalist in the Parking Innovation Award category for its groundbreaking Revolution™...

Smart Cities Part 3: Smart Data Management

Smart Cities Part 3: Smart Data Management

This is Part III in the Smart Cities Series. Part I: The Smart Meter and the Rise of the Smart City, explored a Smart Parking meter as an exemplary smart device that shows what the intelligence of the future might look like. Part 2: Next-Generation Detection described...

Pay It Forward

Pay It Forward

City planners have to constantly think about flow. How will cars get through this intersection? When a faucet is opened, will water comes out? Carlton Lund is a citizen city planner. When he thinks about flow, it is social construct and he wants to stop conventional...

IPS Group, Inc. – Tiered-based Pricing for the City of Sacramento

IPS Group, Inc. – Tiered-based Pricing for the City of Sacramento

The United States Conference of Mayors is proud of the members of the Mayors Business Council and the
work they have accomplished with cities to improve the quality of life in America’s cities. Working together,
our cities have become more livable and more competitive, and the economy is growing stronger every day.

Wyland Gallery gets eighth “kindness meter”

Carlton Lund and his wife, Sandy, partnered with Chad Randall, the chief operating officer of Sorrento Valley-based IPS Group, to sponsor the meters and the installation.  Designed as “smart” parking meters, the devices have been programmed to accept donations of...

Creative Finance Enables Parking Progress in LA

Creative Finance Enables Parking Progress in LA

Los Angeles entered the second decade of the 21st century facing major challenges to its parking operations. With a population of 3.8 million, and its car-oriented culture still predominant, the city’s parking meters were technically outdated – with most only accepting coins and many regularly out of service – resulting in a substantial loss of revenue. This coincided with a number of Californian cities looking to parking income to boost their budgets.