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Milestone in series development: the EDAG startup "trive.me" starts a new pilot phase of the "trive park" app in Berlin

Wiesbaden, 13.9.2018   The fact that the networked automobile world can already simplify and add to the experience of mobility has already been proved by trive.me - the startup company of EDAG, the world's largest independent service provider - with their in-house development, the "trive.park" parking app. Before he even sets off, the driver can use the app to book and pay for a parking slot in the car park of his choice, and communicate with the barrier system via Bluetooth. Following the initial pilot phase in Munich, the app is now being tested in four more "Park One" car parks in the German capital, Berlin.

The "trive.park" app, which is currently exclusively available in the app store as a free download for iPhone users, enables the customer to book special parking offers and discounts in the car park of his choice for a precise date, with just a few clicks. This booking is directly input in the car park's software, guaranteeing that a space will be kept free for the selected period. Payment is effected by credit card. To this end, trive.me have integrated a certified payment system in the app. "A central element of our smart parking system is the communication between the trive.park app and the car park barrier system," explains Alexander Süssemilch, trive.me product owner. The barrier system is opened and closed via Bluethooth, straight from the app. The app solution means that drivers can avoid the hassle of parking tickets.

This new form of smart parking is being tested in selected car parks, as part of an initial field trial that started at the beginning of 2018. Following Munich and Fürth, four additional car parks run by the car park provider "ParkOne" in Berlin are now being included in the field trial. 

"The product trive.park demonstrates that the increasing digitalisation of the automotive industry is creating new business segments with enormous potential. In addition to our vehicle and production plant development activities, as international engineering specialists, we are continuing our dynamic growth in the field of mobility services, a fact which is highlighted by our current 'trive.park' project," explained Cosimo De Carlo, CEO of the EDAG Group.