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LocoMobi Announces “Game Changing” Cloud-Based Access Control Reader for Permit and Mobile Systems – RFID, Bluetooth, GPRS and WiFi, all in one.

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April 21, 2015 – Toronto, Canada

LocoMobi is pleased to announce the most advanced innovation in reader technology to date. The innovation is an extension of our proven patent pending technology, Bluetooth Gate Kit, whereby the Bluetooth device capabilities have been expanded to work with multiple technologies. This means the Gate Kit controller will have “onboard” processing and functional capabilities to read; RFID , Bluetooth devices and GPRS. This will allow users to utilize the LocoMobi Cloud Portal to manage permit and transient users.

Wireless means no expensive wiring…

Each lane is powered by a LocoMobi Gate Kit unit at the lot entry point. The system is entirely wireless, enabling account management of all linked lanes through a cloud admin portal, providing users ease of accessibility to real-time data and true mobility.

Lost link to Internet … No PROBLEM

The Gate Kit controller stores all the card databases at the lane so the system can operate in offline mode.

“What we did is take the complication of entry and exit permit management systems and simplified it”, says Grant Furlane, CEO and Co-Founder of LocoMobi. He further adds: “Utilizing a Cloud based system as a global gate controller allows all different technologies to coexist in unison. They can operate as one or as a group as needed. This management approach provides an efficient accessibility point for managing not one, but hundreds of facilities at a time. Using a simple lane controller at the foundation of the infrastructure will effectively maintain a quick and seamless flow of movement in the lot.”

The newest version of Gate Kit is in transit and is ready for implementation. The second version to be released in 90 days will have Licence Plate Storage included.

About LocoMobi, Inc.

LocoMobi, Inc. is reinventing parking and transportation technology in the era of cloud, mobile, low-cost hardware and Internet of Things. LocoMobi was the very first to offer a cloud-based license plate recognition (LPR) system with a complete revenue engine that also provided a management system for virtual permitting systems, violation and citation management. The company also designed and implemented the first LPR-based system incorporating payment stations and barrier gates, which was integrated into a single cloud-based system.  A garage using a LocoMobi LPR system knows every vehicle that enters and exits and links all payments to the vehicle’s license plate.  For parking owners and operators, this is of immense value as they have full knowledge of and receive payment from every single parker. The revenue gains after deploying a LocoMobi system can significantly increase the value of the parking asset.  The company also designs and implements a complete suite of traditional parking systems including the conventional machine readable ticket systems and can combine them with license plate recognition as one single solution for places like airports.

LocoMobi’s Mobile payment application, LocoMobi Quickpay™, also complements any parking facility as an alternative to the payment station utilizing the same rate engine and cloud portal.

QuickPay can be used standalone, integrated with legacy hardware at low cost, or as part of a fully integrated LocoMobi system to deliver new value for drivers as well as parking owners and operators.

For drivers, the combination of LocoMobi’s QuickPay mobile technology and gate kit with LPR and product set leads to an ideal parking experience: a driver registers one time with the QuickPay app and enters his or her license plate and credit card. The driver then drives into a garage, LPR cameras recognize the vehicle and the gate opens automatically.  When the driver is ready to leave, he or she drives to the exit gate, the LPR cameras recognize the car again, bill the credit card saved to the QuickPay account, the gates open and the driver exits–all in a matter of seconds.  A similar system works in non-gated scenarios as well. For owners and operators, LPR transactions can now be linked to registered drivers, enabling customer knowledge and communications.

LocoMobi has also recently introduced a full system for in-garage guidance, significantly helping drivers find open spaces and minimizing time spent driving around looking for spaces. The system even helps users locate their car upon return to the facility.

LocoMobi’s product offerings are unique in their level of comprehensiveness, innovation, and price: installations typically have twice the functionality at approximately half the price of competitive systems. LocoMobi’s innovations have recently garnered worldwide attention when the Company was a winner of the award for 2014 TiE50 best new technology in the world, where over 2800 companies from 27 countries were considered. The awards were presented at the Annual TiE50 conference held in the Silicon Valley.

LocoMobi has partnerships with most of the major parking operators in the U.S. and Canada, and is deployed in parking garages and lots, hotels, malls and theme parks and on-street in major cities throughout the U.S. and Canada.

For more information please visit our website at www.locomobi.com.

What Makes LocoMobi Inc. Such A Successful Startup

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March 20, 2015 – Toronto, Canada

We sat down with Grant Furlane, co-founder and CEO of LocoMobi Inc. to ask him a few questions about his vision for LocoMobi and what is it that makes it such a successful start-up. Here’s what he had to say.

So Grant, why parking?

When I started developing [the cloud] and how this cloud would interact with everything in the world I said what’s my specialty? Transportation and parking. So why don’t I focus on what I know first since I already have the contacts, I understand the business and I have the experience.

People reading this might not know you have a background in parking, could you give a quick background on what you did before?

I’ve been in the parking & transportation industry since about 1980. I’ve seen every technology evolve that there is and I brought a lot of it to the industry first. Along the way I’ve seen companies struggle with technology. I represented technology companies and what I saw was that in all this time no one has yet provided something that can truly manage the infrastructure of parking. I was one of the founding members of the Canadian Parking Association and I was co-founder of the first World Symposium of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), which is now one of the biggest organizations of transportation. I’ve always been in all the different investment areas and 5 years ago I said “Okay, if they can develop the right technology then we could truly change the world of transportation.”

So that goes into the idea of having a fully integrated parking solution?

Well first of all it was never  been about having a fully integrated parking solution and that’s what many still, quite honestly do not understand. It is to have a fully automated transportation, urban and rural system that is fully integrated with the ecosystem. Parking is the first piece. Obviously nobody had this when I started this process; no one had a cloud, no one had all the functionality of what clouds does anywhere and very few have integrated it all in transportation. The idea was that it was only the first piece. We’re now doing tolling and we’re going to do transit and then when you have all three you are truly a smart city application. It’s not about parking, its about  parking needs to be part of something bigger and we’re providing that.

What are some factors that have made LocoMobi a successful start up?

Start ups are really difficult, they really are and people confuse the word entrepreneur with small business owner. Most people fail as an entrepreneur because they’re not an entrepreneur. They think because they ran a four or five company business successfully that that’s entrepreneurship. It’s not in its truest form. That just means you are a good small businessperson(and that is a great strength as well). An entrepreneur has to go out there and think of all the risks and all the different things associated with doing that. For example, a person works for  a million dollar company if the president doesn’t own it, didn’t put the money in, didn’t build it; he’s not an entrepreneur. He’s just a good operator  That’s not what entrepreneur’s do.

You have to take an idea and you cannot give up. Most entrepreneurs who are successful don’t give up. Henry Ford didn’t give up, Bill Gates didn’t give up, and the list goes on. You can never can give up and when people are telling you no, it’s yes. You have to live with the ups and downs and you also have to work with customers who will partner with your vision. If you don’t it fails and we’ve been fortunate to have that great partnership .

Most entrepreneurs only fail because they didn’t know how close they were to success. People think money makes it, but no, the idea makes it; the money takes care of itself. They’re all running around for all the wrong reasons. You’ve got to believe in the vision and sell the vision; the rest takes care of itself if it’s truly good.

When you’re trying to hire people for startups what are the type of people that you look for?

In my view it’s not magic, I talk to them. I don’t just look at the degree and resume, I talk to them. We took a risky route. I decided to hire young people who have open minds. When you go into technology that changes daily your mind has to be uninfected, very open and that’s very difficult. I’m lucky my mind is still open, I don’t know why, but I’m always one to learn. Barney [Pell] has an open mind as well, I have a great partner in him. He is probably the best learner out there as well as a great teacher. What you have to be careful with is hiring people that are experienced enough to have a mind, but inexperienced enough to not develop the bad habits – so they can grasp only one vision. [At LocoMobi] we have all mini entrepreneurs and that’s what I want. I want everyone that takes a stake and wants to be successful. Even to the point that if they left I’d probably invest in them. Once you get good at your craft, you may go out and find senior people that can come in and manage projects. These need more experienced management processes that younger people have not yet learned. Those people become your mentors.

Thank you very much for your time Grant!

Until next time, this is the conversation, signing out!

LocoMobi Makes Two of the Top Ten Most Read Companies in NPA News

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December 31, 2014 – Toronto, Canada

As the year comes to a close the National Parking Association (NPA) has provided their readers a brief look at the most accessed articles from the past year and LocoMobi makes this list TWICE!

“We are pleased to be a technology leader and contribute to the National Parking Association” says LocoMobi President and CoFounder Grant Furlane. “Stay tuned for more exciting news in 2015.”

To view these articles and the full list see the following link:
http://www.multibriefs.com/briefs/npapark/npapark123114.php

Hall of Famer Darryl Sittler Joins LocoMobi Advisory Board

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December 22, 2014 – Toronto, Canada

LocoMobi Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Darryl Sittler, a Canadian hockey icon and successful businessman, to LocoMobi’s advisory board.

Born in Kitchener, Ontario on September 18, 1950, one of eight children in the Sittler family, Darryl became a star player of the Ontario Hockey Association’s London Knights.

There are very few players in Toronto Maple Leaf history, that captured both the imagination of hockey fans and a place in their hearts, like number 27, Darryl Sittler. He was selected as the Leafs’ first pick and eighth overall in the 1970 Entry Draft. Sittler’s continuous offensive exploits began to shine during his third-season in the league when he scored 77 points. At the age of 24, he became the second youngest captain in team history.

In 1976, Sittler would achieve legendary status, both in Toronto, and across the Canadian  hockey world. It began at Maple Leaf Gardens on February 7, 1976, in a game against the Boston Bruins. While centering a line with Lanny McDonald and Errol Thompson, Sittler scored six goals and added four assists to set an NHL record – one that still stands today – for most points in a game with 10. That record-breaking moment helped Sittler become the first ever Maple Leaf to reach 100 points in a single season.

Two months later in April, Sittler’s sensational scoring streak would continue in the Stanley Cup playoffs, when he scored five goals in one game against the Philadelphia Flyers, tying a playoff record.

Nearly five months later at the Montreal Forum, on September 15, 1976 during the Canada Cup, Sittler cemented his standing in Canadian hockey lore. Taking a pass from teammate Marcel Dionne in overtime, he beat Czech goalie Vladimir Dzurilla on a partial breakaway, scoring the tournament winning goal for Canada and securing his place as a national hockey hero.

In 1989, Sittler was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.  He was honoured prior to a home game against the Montreal Canadiens on February 8th, 2003, at the Air Canada Centre.  It was an unforgettable, touching tribute to an illustrious Maple Leaf career.  The entire organization proudly raised a banner to the rafters with his number 27 and his name!

On September 6, 2014 the Toronto Maple Leafs honoured Darryl again, with the unveiling of his bronze statue outside the Air Canada Centre. He is one of the first three Leaf players to become a member of “Legends Row”.

Today, Darryl spends time working with Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment Inc in areas of Corporate Partners and in community relations. He is an active Member of the Board of Directors of several publicly listed mining companies and is also very supportive of a number of charities. These charities include the Special Olympics Canada, Screen Colons Canada and Colon Cancer Canada in honor of his late wife Wendy who died from colon cancer in 2001.

“LocoMobi is honored to have such a successful individual both on and off the ice,” says LocoMobi President and Co-Founder Grant Furlane. “Darryl will be instrumental in assisting LocoMobi connecting with sports industry, where parking and transportation are key challenges and opportunities and generating awareness of our brand, and giving back to the community.”

“I believe in the company’s vision and technology to transform parking and transportation and I am delighted to join LocoMobi as an advisor,” says Darryl Sittler. “I am excited to help this promising Toronto-based start-up gain visibility in the sports and business communities that I support.”

About LocoMobi, Inc.

LocoMobi, Inc. is reinventing parking and transportation technology in the era of cloud, mobile, low-cost hardware and Internet of Things. LocoMobi was the very first to offer a cloud-based license plate recognition (LPR) system with a complete revenue engine that also provided a management system for virtual permitting systems, violation and citation management. The company also designed and implemented the first LPR-based system incorporating payment stations and barrier gates, which was integrated into a single cloud-based system.  A garage using a LocoMobi LPR system knows every vehicle that enters and exits and links all payments to the vehicle’s license plate.  For parking owners and operators, this is of immense value as they have full knowledge of and receive payment from every single parker. The revenue gains after deploying a LocoMobi system can significantly increase the value of the parking asset.

LocoMobi’s Mobile payment application, LocoMobi Quickpay™, also complements any parking facility as an alternative to the payment station utilizing the same rate engine and cloud portal. QuickPay can be used standalone, integrated with legacy hardware at low cost, or as part of a fully integrated LocoMobi system to deliver new value for drivers as well as parking owners and operators.

For drivers, the combination of LocoMobi’s QuickPay mobile technology and gate kit with LPR and product set leads to an ideal parking experience: a driver registers one time with the QuickPay app and enters his or her license plate and credit card. The driver then drives into a garage, LPR cameras recognize the vehicle and the gate opens automatically.  When the driver is ready to leave, he or she drives to the exit gate, the LPR cameras recognize the car again, bill the credit card saved to the QuickPay account, the gates open and the driver exits–all in a matter of seconds.  A similar system works in non-gated scenarios as well. For owners and operators, LPR transactions can now be linked to registered drivers, enabling customer knowledge and communications.

LocoMobi has also recently introduced a full system for in-garage guidance, significantly helping drivers find open spaces and minimizing time spent driving around looking for spaces. The system even helps users locate their car upon return to the facility.

LocoMobi’s product offerings are unique in their level of comprehensiveness, innovation, and price: installations typically have twice the functionality at approximately half the price of competitive systems. LocoMobi’s innovations have recently garnered worldwide attention when the Company was a winner of the award for 2014 TiE50 best new technology in the world, where over 2800 companies from 27 countries were considered. The awards were presented at the Annual TiE50 conference held in the Silicon Valley.

LocoMobi has partnerships with most of the major parking operators in the U.S. and Canada, and is deployed in parking garages and lots, hotels, malls and theme parks and on-street in major cities throughout the U.S. and Canada.

For more information please visit our website at www.locomobi.com.

Samuels & Associates chooses LocoMobi to launch the first “Smart City” parking and transportation system for The Fenway’s Van Ness building

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December 18, 2014 – Boston, MA, USA

LocoMobi Inc. announced today that Samuels & Associates, a leading developer of mixed-use urban properties, has chosen the company’s “Smart City” parking system for implementation in the Van Ness development.  Opening in 2015, the Van Ness building includes office, retail, shopping and dining that will draw additional visitors, shoppers and residents to The Fenway, an already vibrant neighborhood.  LocoMobi’s parking system will enhance the experience for individuals coming to this increasingly popular neighborhood.

“LocoMobi’s project will assure that parking and travel experience is efficient and pleasant,” said Abe Menzin, Senior Vice President at Samuels & Associates. “Their innovative approach is also consistent with the growing tech community in The Fenway.”

LocoMobi will be installing an innovative comprehensive parking and transportation system, making it easier to access and park in this new facility. Key features of the installation include:

  • Mojo and Mojo Xtreme pay-stations that are secure, reliable, and user friendly, supporting NFC and mobile payments in addition to cash, credit and debit
  • Cloud-based license plate recognition (LPR) with integrated revenue engine for virtual permitting, complete vehicle tracking, simplified payment and fast exits
  • LocoMobi QuickPay mobile access and payment that enable patrons to park and exit using only their mobile phones
  • Online and mobile reservations system with flexible and dynamic rates and easy redemption
  • In-garage guidance system including parking sensors that track each parking space, digital signs to display the available space counts per level and row, lights to guide the parker directly to the nearest open space, and “inquiry stations” to help forgetful parkers find their vehicle afterward
  • Valet-parking system that give easy check-in and check-out and complete tracking of vehicles and even let the user call for their vehicle in advance of pick-up

“There are so many features  that we have designed into the system that will make better interaction with consumers  connecting them to services like Valet , Merchants  and Sports events  for parking,” says LocoMobi CEO and Co-Founder Grant Furlane. “What really makes this work is Samuels ability to think out of the box and lead the way to the Smart City initiative.”

About Samuels & Associates

Samuels & Associates, headquartered in Boston, MA, has been building communities for more than two decades. Pioneers in development, leasing and merchandising, and property management, the Samuels & Associates team specializes in creating mixed-use development projects with active pedestrian spaces, flexible and inspiring commercial spaces, and dynamic combinations of retailers and restaurateurs. Samuels & Associates is guided by the belief that people should live, work, shop and play in dynamic communities that inspire and enrich all aspects of their lives.

About LocoMobi, Inc.

LocoMobi, Inc. is reinventing parking and transportation technology in the era of cloud, mobile, low-cost hardware and Internet of Things. LocoMobi was the very first to offer a cloud-based license plate recognition (LPR) system with a complete revenue engine that also provided a management system for virtual permitting systems, violation and citation management. The company also designed and implemented the first LPR-based system incorporating payment stations and barrier gates, which was integrated into a single cloud-based system.  A garage using a LocoMobi LPR system knows every vehicle that enters and exits and links all payments to the vehicle’s license plate.  For parking owners and operators, this is of immense value as they have full knowledge of and receive payment from every single parker. The revenue gains after deploying a LocoMobi system can significantly increase the value of the parking asset.  The company also designs and implements a complete suite of traditional parking systems including the conventional machine readable ticket systems and can combine them with license plate recognition as one single solution for places like airports.

LocoMobi’s Mobile payment application, LocoMobi Quickpay™, also complements any parking facility as an alternative to the payment station utilizing the same rate engine and cloud portal.

QuickPay can be used standalone, integrated with legacy hardware at low cost, or as part of a fully integrated LocoMobi system to deliver new value for drivers as well as parking owners and operators.

For drivers, the combination of LocoMobi’s QuickPay mobile technology and gate kit with LPR and product set leads to an ideal parking experience: a driver registers one time with the QuickPay app and enters his or her license plate and credit card. The driver then drives into a garage, LPR cameras recognize the vehicle and the gate opens automatically.  When the driver is ready to leave, he or she drives to the exit gate, the LPR cameras recognize the car again, bill the credit card saved to the QuickPay account, the gates open and the driver exits–all in a matter of seconds.  A similar system works in non-gated scenarios as well. For owners and operators, LPR transactions can now be linked to registered drivers, enabling customer knowledge and communications.

LocoMobi has also recently introduced a full system for in-garage guidance, significantly helping drivers find open spaces and minimizing time spent driving around looking for spaces. The system even helps users locate their car upon return to the facility.

LocoMobi’s product offerings are unique in their level of comprehensiveness, innovation, and price: installations typically have twice the functionality at approximately half the price of competitive systems. LocoMobi’s innovations have recently garnered worldwide attention when the Company was a winner of the award for 2014 TiE50 best new technology in the world, where over 2800 companies from 27 countries were considered. The awards were presented at the Annual TiE50 conference held in the Silicon Valley.

LocoMobi has partnerships with most of the major parking operators in the U.S. and Canada, and is deployed in parking garages and lots, hotels, malls and theme parks and on-street in major cities throughout the U.S. and Canada.

For more information please visit our website at www.locomobi.com.

LocoMobi Launches Springdale Professional Building With Advanced Parking Cloud-Solution

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November 17, 2014 – Toronto, Canada

LocoMobi is happy to announce implementation of a gated parking and validation system for the Springdale Professional Building parking lot. Prior to contacting LocoMobi, City Core Developments saw an opportunity for improvement in their parking environment. The previous system was based on the more conventional Pay On foot systems used with ticket dispensers and ticket readers. The ownership group wanted more control and opted for License Plate Recognition technology with Cloud based payment stations tied to the vehicle license plate. Springdale Professional Building is located directly beside Brampton Civic Hospital (one of the largest hospitals in Canada), thus the parking lot was experiencing a high volume of traffic from patients, visitors, and hospital staff that were using the Springdale Parking Lot to avoid paying for parking at the hospital. Due to this increased traffic, both businesses and practices of Springdale Professional Building were finding it increasingly difficult for their clients to find parking. LocoMobi has provided a suitable parking solution.

LocoMobi has installed gates to the parking lots that prohibit parkers from leaving the lot unless they have paid. This will eliminate overflow from the hospital of parkers attempting to park for free. More conventional ticket dispensers can work but lost tickets, lending of validation ticket and cards open the possibility of circumventing the system. Given the value of every parking space the risk needed to be minimized. LocoMobi’s validation system will allow for each individual business of Springdale Professional Building to subsidize their customers parking with special rates. No tickets or validation stamps are required. It’s all Virtual. These organizations are also able to absorb the parking costs so their patients/clients can park for free. The License Plate Recognition (LPR) cameras, will allow each business to validate their patient’s/ customers license plate from the convenience of their office. Mobile payment and reservations will be added to the system to make it the first end to end solution manufactured by one company.

Pay-on-Exit system is available for parkers. Those who are validated for free parking by a Springdale Professional Building organization will simply drive up to the gate and their license plate will be recognized, instantly allowing the customer to exit without a parking fee.

“The launch of Springdale is the first cloud-based, pay-on foot, LPR, gated solution in the country” said Grant Furlane Co-Founder and CEO of LocoMobi. “We are truly transforming the parking industry into a smart city application.”

Overall, this system allows for more lot security and provides the customers of the Springdale Professional Building increased spaces to park. This is a launch of a completely remote monitored commercial facility requiring no local management.

About LocoMobi

LocoMobi, Inc. is reinventing parking and transportation technology in the era of cloud, mobile, low-cost hardware and internet of things. LocoMobi was the very first to offer a cloud-based license plate recognition (LPR) system with a complete revenue engine that also provided a management system for virtual permitting systems, violation and citation management. The company also designed and implemented the first LPR-based system incorporating payment stations and barrier gates, which was integrated into a single cloud-based system.  A garage using a LocoMobi LPR system knows every vehicle that enters and exits and links all payments to the vehicle’s license plate.  For parking owners and operators, this is of immense value as they have full knowledge of and receive payment from every single parker. The revenue gains after deploying a LocoMobi system can significantly increase the value of the parking asset.  The company also designs and implements a complete suite of traditional parking systems including the conventional machine readable ticket systems and can combine them with license plate recognition as one single solution for places like airports.

LocoMobi’s Mobile payment application, QP Quickpay™, also complements any parking facility as an alternative to the payment station utilizing the same rate engine and cloud portal. QP QuickPay can be used standalone, integrated with legacy hardware at low cost, or as part of a fully integrated LocoMobi system to deliver new value for drivers as well as parking owners and operators.

For drivers, the combination of LocoMobi’s QuickPay mobile technology and gate kit with LPR and product set leads to an ideal parking experience: a driver registers one time with the QP QuickPay app and enters his or her license plate and credit card. The driver then drives into a garage, LPR cameras recognize the vehicle and the gate opens automatically.  When the driver is ready to leave, he or she drives to the exit gate, the LPR cameras recognize the car again, bill the credit card saved to the QP QuickPay account, the gates open and the driver exits–all in a matter of seconds.  A similar system works in non-gated scenarios as well. For owners and operators, LPR transactions can now be linked to registered drivers, enabling customer knowledge and communications.

LocoMobi’s product offerings are unique in their level of comprehensiveness, innovation, and price: installations typically have twice the functionality at approximately half the price of competitive systems. LocoMobi’s innovations have recently garnered worldwide attention when the Company was a winner of the award for 2014 TiE50 best new technology in the world, where over 2800 companies from 27 countries were considered. The awards were presented at the Annual TiE50 conference held in the Silicon Valley.

LocoMobi has partnerships with most of the major parking operators in the U.S. and Canada, and is deployed in parking garages and lots, hotels, malls and theme parks and on-street in major cities throughout the U.S. and Canada.

For more information please contact sales@locomobi.com or 1-888-382-9149.

Visit our website for information, press, and videos at www.locomobi.com

Week(s) In Review!

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November 2, 2014 – Toronto, Canada

The only thing scarier than crazy parking prices? Our office this year =)

Okay, so not really. However, it’s great to see everyone in the festive spirit, and there’s definitely a lot to celebrate this past month!

First off, at the end of September our LocoMobi team had our very first company mixer to celebrate all the hard work, over the past few months. Our team all got together at our CEO Grant Furlane’s house, fully equipped with a swimming pool, bar service, live band, and dancing, it was a fantastic night! Even better, our teammates from our California office even made it to the event! And they left us a little gift: our newest addition to the Toronto Office, Paul Chapotet! More on him in the next Team-Mate Tuesday! More exciting news this month was our opening of our new technology centre, right here in Liberty Village! This new location will be the central hub of our newest parking innovations, and will be used to house, test and display our products.

The fun didn’t stop there! Just last week, the LocoMobi team made a show-stopping appearance at the National Parking Association Trade-show in Las Vegas! We showcased a few of our products including; QuickPay, our Licence Plate Recognition software, as well as our new parking guidance system!

That’s all for the month of October! Hope to chat with you guys again soon in The Conversation!