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IPsens Partners With Current, Powered By GETo Build Comprehensive Intelligent Environments To Reduce Energy Use

Branson, MO (November 17, 2016)Ś IPsens announced today that it has partnered with Current, powered by GE (NYSE: GE) as part of Current's partner ecosystem. Current, powered by GE is a digital startup that's helping commercial and industrial customers optimize energy use and drive operational efficiency.

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Branson, MO (June 29, 2015)- IPsens announced today that INDECT USA has joined the IPsens Data Alliance, an open systems exchange offering a variety of Cloud-hosted parking management solutions to parking owners and operators. The addition of INDECT to the Data Alliance provides access to the industry's best sensor-based parking guidance technology.

"We are very pleased to add INDECT to our growing list of Data Alliance partners," said...(read full release)

Mayor Bloomberg And Transportation Commissioner Sadik-khan Announce New Pilot Program To Pay Parking Meters Remotely And Launch Real-time Parking Availability Map

New York City - April 9, 2013: Motorists Can Pay Remotely at 264 Parking Spaces Along 18 Blocks Near Arthur Avenue; No Coins, Credit Card Swipes or Receipts Needed Online Map and Smartphone App Will Display Current Parking Availability in the Pilot Area, Efficiently Directing Drivers to Open Spaces

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and New York City Department of Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan today announced the start of two pilot programs allowing motorists to pay parking meter remotely via smartphone apps and to view real-time curbside parking availability within the Belmont Business ...(read full release)

Florida Department of Transportation Research Commercial Motor Vehicle Parking Trends at Rest Areas and Weigh Stations

A trillion or so pounds of freight move through Florida each year, mostly in semi tractor trailers. These trucks are a major presence on Florida's highways and come with major safety concerns. To reduce the possibility of collisions, drivers are specially trained and licensed. They also work under rules that require breaks and rest periods; yet, increasing commercial truck travel has led to greater demands...(read full release)