Nearly one year after acquiring the Fastprk brand from Worldsensing, Urbiotica has decided to use it as the umbrella brand for its Smart Parking product line. Therefore, Fastprk will from now on include all the products and solutions offered by Urbiotica in the Smart Parking sector.
Consequently, the products acquired in last year’s operation have also been renamed:
- Fastprk DUO becomes U-Spot DUO, completing the single space detection sensors range together with U-Spot 2.0 and U-Spot M2M
- Fastprk LoRa gateway is renamed U-Box LoRa, product recently brought up to date with a brand new 4G version
Marc Boher, CCO of Urbiotica: “We have already launched the integration of the products acquired last year in our software platform U-Admin. Starting with the business tools available from now on, we’ll allow all our customers to make the most of the latest developments, such as the parking enforcement software. We will progressively homogenize all the tools used along a project lifetime to keep on offering the most complete and powerful Smart Parking solution in the market, from both hardware and software point of view.”
These developments also include the possibility to connect other parking sensor technologies to the U-Admin platform. This enables customers with previous Smart Parking sensors deployments to be able to convert to Fastprk technology, without losing their previous investments.
The new brand comes along with an evolution of the company’s strategy. Urbiotica will focus entirely on the smart mobility sector and will leave aside the other smart city business lines. According to the report published by Allied Market Research, the global smart mobility market is estimated to reach $70.46 billion by 2027, registering a CAGR of 20.2% between 2020 and 2017.
Josep Maria Torras, CEO of Urbiotica: “The growth of the company is already ensured by our Smart Mobility solutions. It is a natural step forward for us to let go of the other solutions we have developed in the past to focus 100% on what our customers are expecting from us in that area.”.
Urbiotica was established in 2008 with a very clear foundational vision: technology based on wireless sensor networks will transform how we manage our cities.
Urbiotica leads the revolution of the Internet of Things applied to Smart Cities. The projects implemented in more than 20 countries position us as the leading technology company in the development of smart solutions based on sensor systems, designed to manage urban space more efficiently and sustainably.