FLOWBIRD Unveils Complete Solution Parking App

4 Applications combined in 1 to create one-of-a-kind app experience

FLOWBIRD Unveils Complete Solution Parking App

Flowbird Group, the world’s leader in curbside management and urban mobility solutions, has announced that their newest mobile application will launch in November 2018. The app, called flowbird, takes the customer friendly features from the company’s applications – Whoosh!, WayToPark, Yellowbrick, and PathToPark – and blends them together into one comprehensive mobility solution.

The app will offer the following functionality:

  • Mobile payments (iPhone, Android, web)
  • Coupon code acceptance (validation codes)
  • Real time parking occupancy (for select locations)
  • Find my car (for those who forget where they parked)
  • In car payments via Apple Car Play and Siri Payment

The flowbird app was on display last week at the 2018 National Parking Association convention being held in Las Vegas, NV along with other innovative Flowbird solutions.

Our team is very excited about the launch of the flowbird mobile app,” said Benoit Reliquet, President of Flowbird North America. “This app combines the best features of all of our brands while adding additional urban mobility services, making it easier for users to find and pay for parking.”

Currently, Flowbird’s mobile applications are active in 15 countries and over 400 cities. The flowbird app will be available in the App Store and Google Play Store in a few short weeks.

About FlowbirdFlowbird by Cale and Parkeon

Parkeon and Cale have merged to create Flowbird, the world’s leading parking services, and urban mobility company.

The name Flowbird expresses the innate ability of birds to navigate individually within crowded spaces; mirroring the benefits for people of the intelligent parking and multi-modal systems developed for towns and cities by Parkeon and Cale.

Flowbird’s group resources include 500 R&D engineers working on behalf of customers to push the boundaries of innovation in transportation hardware, software, sensor systems, machine-learning and AI, information security and mobile development.


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