What's in store for 2021?
In this article, Sarah Earl, Head of Product at RingGo, the UK-based cashless parking provider, shares her 2021 technology predictions. She provides insight into the need to make app based payments easier, the introduction of PSD2, optimising data, the rise of women in tech and embracing digital solutions.
The ideal spot for technological transformation: parking
When you think of technological advancements in mobility self-driving cars, electric vehicles and smart motorways all spring to mind; the industry has been transformed through innovation. But it doesn’t stop there, parking is also a space in which innovation is thriving. There is far more to the parking sector than unjust tickets and a lack of spaces, the industry is taking advantage of technology that has been successful in other sectors a...
2020: the year of disruption for transport
Predictions were made at the start of 2020 but now, past the halfway mark of the year, it can certainly be said that things have not gone as planned. Priorities have changed and mobility has been massively disrupted by lockdown measures. By Peter O’Driscoll - Managing Director, RingGo
Adapting to the new normal with tailored parking solutions
RingGo has seen several new parking solutions go live in the current climate to help get Britain on its feet again including more ways to use touch free payments and specific solutions for councils supporting key workers.
RingGo helps get Britain moving again
UK cashless parking provider, RingGo has been working directly with local authorities and parking operators to ensure they are ready to safely support the needs of motorists who start driving again now mobility restrictions begin to lift. RingGo has been providing tailored signage, adjusting app experiences, increasing usage of cashless options and even helping with removal of parking machines in some areas. In each of these cases, RingGo has hel...