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Qualcomm announces smart cities accelerator program

Qualcomm announces smart cities accelerator program

Qualcomm will provide ‘matchmaking’ for governments, municipalities, and enterprises with hardware, software, cloud, design, and manufacturing providers under its new Smart Cities Accelerator Program.

NBC News: IPS Donation Stations in Carlsbad

NBC News: IPS Donation Stations in Carlsbad

Learn how Carlsbad resident Carlton Lund’s mission to spread kindness resulted in the city installing two IPS Smart Meter Donation Stations on its busiest boulevard—and how his labor of love has already helped install a dozen Smart Meters across North County and in...

IPS featured in Parking Professional

IPS featured in Parking Professional

IPS Group was featured on the the cover of Parking Professional May 2018. Inside you can find an article on how to work smarter rather then harder. Original article: CIO Applications Magazine - Page...

Editorial: Meter mess

Editorial: Meter mess

A broken parking meter in St. John’s, March 2017. — Telegram file photo Hell hath no fury like the driver who doesn’t feel they deserve a parking ticket. Parking enforcement officers can tell you that straight up. And if those officers weren’t convinced of that...

St. John’s: We need fixes, not fines

St. John’s: We need fixes, not fines

The City of St. John's says people who park at damaged parking meters for more than two hours will soon be ticketed. - Joe Gibbons I heard and read on several news outlets this morning about St. John’s city council’s decision to ticket people who park at broken...

City testing new parking meters with app payments

City testing new parking meters with app payments

Rochester, N.Y. (WHAM) - New parking meters in Rochester have been installed in spots around the city to test app payments. The new meters are set up with their own app to allow payment via smart phone. Two different companies are responsible for the new meters. The...

Commentary: Daley’s double talk on parking meters

Commentary: Daley’s double talk on parking meters

Mayoral candidate William "Bill" Daley gave two Chicago newspapers opposing opinions of his brother Richard's most detested deed as Chicago’s mayor: selling the city's parking meter operations to a private firm for comparative peanuts then quickly blowing all the...

Parking Meters Go Live On Princeton Street

Parking Meters Go Live On Princeton Street

For those who have been enjoying the free parking on local streets in recent weeks, the party is almost over. On November 5, Princeton’s new “smart” parking meters will be up and running, so it will be back to paying to park at the 1,100 metered spaces throughout...

Time’s up for Princeton parking meters

Time’s up for Princeton parking meters

Mark down Monday, November 5, as the much anticipated replacement day for parking meters in Princeton. The thinking behind the new meters has been explained at numerous town council meetings, in one highly detailed parking study, in a Saturday morning presentation at...

New parking meters rolling into Elmira

New parking meters rolling into Elmira

ELMIRA, N.Y. (18 NEWS) - You can say goodbye to those old parking meters in downtown Elmira. Monday night, City Council approved a resolution awarding a contract to IPS Group, Inc. for the purchase of new and refurbished parking meters. Councilman Brent Stermer,...

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