Different cities using ParkDots

Check out on a map where you can easily pay with our application but also where we monitor the occupancy of parking spaces or where you will be navigated with our application to a specific parking space.


Bratislava is a European metropolis that lacked an urban parking system which would be valid and functioning uniformly in all city districts. Parking was not regulated, residents often had problems parking in front of their own homes and traffic in the city was congested. Therefore, the city has embarked on fundamental changes related to parking, by drafting new rules and introducing systems that were built on ParkDots solutions.

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Topoľčany, like other larger and smaller Slovak cities, struggled with streets overcrowded with cars, parking on pavements, at intersections, but also on green spaces. The long-applied principle of free parking brought its “fruit” in the form of traffic collisions, dissatisfied residents, and street clutter.

Dynamic traffic is controlled by rules, traffic lights and intersections. It is logical that static traffic should also be regulated for the sake of order. How can this be done and how did we go about it in Topoľčany?

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Stará Ľubovňa

The town of Stará Ľubovňa lacked a comprehensive parking policy. Parking was not regulated, the streets were full of parked cars and there were often situations that made it difficult for inhabitants to move around the town. That is why we set to work together to make parking more efficient.

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The city of Wrocław, one of the most beautiful Polish cities, is a popular tourist destination. It is a modern metropolis that strives to keep up with the times, help residents and visitors and use the latest technology. It places great emphasis on raising the standard of living of its  and pays special attention to disabled residents / visitors and ensuring their maximum comfort. Together with the city of Wrocław, we embarked on a project that is an inspiration for other world metropolises.

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