INRIX offers the first Global Parking Navigation Service

Posted on Thursday, 10 January 2013 , 06:01:59 byEmil

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INRIX offers the first Global Parking Navigation Service

Here we have the first Global Parking Navigation Service in the industry offered by INRIX, a leading international provider of traffic information and driver services, at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show.

According to different officials, INRIX is connecting the car to the apps and services people need now to enhance their driving experience. This will help drivers find a parking space easier and this way it helps reduce traffic congestion for everyone. So that you know, Kenwood will be the first consumer electronics manufacturer to implement INRIX Parking in its new in-dash DVD entertainment receivers debuting at CES. INRIX provides up-to-the-minute traffic information, parking, fuel and weather services designed to help drivers save time, fuel and also frustrations sometimes. According to a study conducted by IBM, 6 out of 10 drivers have abandoned their search for a parking space at least once and the same study indicates that drivers often spend an average of approximately 20 minutes in search of place. This new service helps drivers solve this problem by identifying and navigating to the entrance of their preferred parking location most convenient to their destination. Its database includes more than 18.000 parking facilities in the US and 42.000 in Europe. The INRIX is an important step forward in the mission ParkMe has to improve navigation by changing the way drivers search for parking.

INRIX is a leading traffic intelligence platform delivering smart data and advanced analytics to solve transportation issues every where around the globe. INRIX offers real-time traffic information and traffic forecasts that help drivers save time every day with more than 200 customers and partners including Audi, ADAC, ANWB, BMW, the BBC, Ford Motor Company and a lot more. So far, these are all the details we could obtain on the new Global Parking Navigation System.