Anagog Will Help You Find A Parking Space In The City

By NoCamels Team October 08, 2013 Comments

While Israeli startup Waze will help you reach your destination faster, if you arrive at a busy city area, you’re still going to waste valuable time looking for a parking space. However, another Israeli startup called Anagog, yesterday unveiled their automatic parking solution technology. The company’s ambitious algorithm supposedly identifies where and when a car has been parked, detects on-street parking spaces that are about to be vacated in real time and does so completely automatically, without affecting the functionality of your smartphone.

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Anagog’s service uses crowd-sourced parking information from apps that have integrated the company’s service and transforms it into a real time parking map of any urban center. The company started its pilot program in its backyard – Israel, and released a visualization of a day in the life of Tel Aviv’s over crowded parking reality. So far, Anagog has over 100,000 users in Israel and 500,000 users worldwide. The company is announcing the new service in the midst of a new funding round that it is pursuing.

Find a space and your car

Anagog also reveals the first living parking map of an urban center, demonstrating how its technology “can be used to help alleviate the pain of congested cities.” An example of Anagog apps is Anagog FindMyCar which utilizes Anagog patented algorithm to automatically remember when and where the smartphone holder parked his car and get walking directions back to the car.

“We think that our layer for drivers gives a real solution to the growing problem of insufficient parking in crowded urban centers,” said Co-CEO Yaron Aizenbud. “We want to help drivers find parking quicker and waste less time, money, and pollution. Anagog’s technology is a ready-made, global solution for navigation systems, cellular operators, map providers, car manufacturers, and municipalities, who are constantly working to provide tailored, real- time information to their audience.”

Photo: Anagog

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