Australian tech company Divvy is deploying its Internet of Things (IoT) I/O Controller to help building managers automate car parking and property functions using smart building technology.
Online car parking platform Divvy Parking and car sharing service GoGet have come together in a partnership which they say is aimed at improving parking and transport efficiencies for commuters and businesses in CBD areas across the country.
Divvy Parking has entered into agreements to help major commercial property firms including DEXUS Property Group, GPT Group and Knight Frank manage their portfolios of CBD parking spaces.
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