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Get My Parking’s Open-Source Parking Wikipedia - The First of Its Kind in the Industry

Get My Parking has launched a ‘Parking Wikipedia’

Get My Parking has launched a ‘Parking Wikipedia’, the first of its kind in the parking and mobility industry. Ideal for beginners who are unfamiliar with the basic terms and concepts in parking, the Parking Wikipedia helps them to quickly learn the fundamentals. The Parking Wikipedia is regularly updated with definitions, educational articles and news that is relevant to understand the parking and mobility industry.

The Parking Wikipedia is a part of Get My Parking’s acclaimed blog, which was recognized as one of the top 25 parking blogs in the world by Feedspot. Ranked 4th after Reinventing Parking, the International Parking & Mobility Institute (IPMI), and Parking Today, all internationally acclaimed authorities on parking content, Get My Parking’s blog is now a recognized and reliable source of information in the industry.

The repository of articles is open and accessible to all. The free-of-cost knowledge base is great for parking companies who would like their employees to be fully aware of what is going on in the industry and would like to train them internally on how mobility works around the world. It is also open-source, meaning that anyone who wants to contribute to it can do so by emailing care@getmyparking.com. After a thorough review, the user-contributed content will be posted on Parking Wikipedia.

Get My Parking uses the Parking Wikipedia to educate new joiners in the company to be familiar with new terms and concepts that are slowly emerging in the world of parking and transportation - for instance, a newcomer would not be familiar with concepts like Parking User Groups. They may not know the exact differences between a traditional vs automated parking system. Topics like these are explained in detail in Parking Wikipedia.

The Wiki also covers hot topics like Drive-in Concerts, the impact of technological advancements like the Internet of Things on the parking industry, or how a robotic parking system can make storage of cars incredibly easy.

These are not topics that are regularly published in mainstream news media. But keeping a tab on the Parking Wikipedia can keep you informed and updated about the developments in the industry. Using Get My Parking’s comprehensive Parking Wiki, anyone can brush up their knowledge by going through the easy-to-read and understandable posts.

About Get My Parking 

Get My Parking

Get My Parking is an award-winning provider of an Interoperable Smart Parking Platform that connects all parking and mobility stakeholders on a common platform who were until now operating in silos. It comprises a team of doers with a clear mission to digitize the parking industry globally. Get My Parking (GMP) was founded in 2015 by Chirag Jain and Rasik Pansare with a vision to make every parking transaction a sub-conscious experience. With a strong foundation of the team, technology, and partnerships, GMP is creating a future-proof platform to connect the parking industry internally as well with urban mobility players.

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