İSPARK has moved the parking spaces to the smartphone

İSPARK has moved the parking spaces to the smartphone: Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality İSPARK has moved the parking areas in the city with a capacity of one thousand points to the smartphone.
With the smart mobile application prepared in collaboration with İSBAK, the drivers can easily access the car parks and the nearest parking area can be found by navigation. The application, which saves the drivers from searching for unnecessary parking places throughout the city, is being updated with the technically equipped hand terminals used by the personnel instantly.
Parking application 15 lowered thousand people
Users who download the application can view the parking lots closest to their location by selecting the open, high-rise or road-based car parks. With the navigation feature, they create a route and reach the parking lots easily.
IOS and Android-based smart phones and tablet computers in the application for the technical specifications of parking lots, empty or occupancy rates, price tariffs and transportation information is also available. The application that can be downloaded from the Apple Store and Google Play, 15 thousand people downloaded and started to use.
Mayor of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality The technological studies we started with the order of Kadir Topbaş ensures that the drivers can park more comfortably and safely. İSPARK General Manager Nurettin Korkut said, ın For the smart mobile phones that have become an indispensable part of the daily life, we save our citizens from the trouble of searching the parking lot with the mobile application we developed with İSBAK. We aim to bring the latest technological systems applied in the cities of world cities to our cities and make them useful. Inde
Ça İSPARK Smart Mobile Application sağlan which attracts great attention from the drivers is provided to park their vehicles safely and comfortably without experiencing traffic stress.
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