Mobile Smart City, a global leader in cloud ecosystems for parking & mobility with its Pango and Hectronic Divisions, is deploying its integrated Management Control System for The City of Bend, Oregon’s Centennial Garage. Through its integrated platform utilizing Pango’s Cloud-based Mobile Payment Platform, Hectronic’s Multi-Space Meter with CityLine’s Cloud Portal, and Fennix System’s accurate Lot-Hawk LPR (License Plate Recognition) system, Mobile Smart City creates a flexible contactless user-friendly infrastructure that allows people and cars to move easily in and out of the Facility.

The City of Bend serves thousands of customers per year. Mobile Smart City’s Pango Mobile Application will be the backbone of the new payment and permit system, so that each vehicle is processed and easily tracked in real-time for permit access and revenue control purposes. Patrons will be able to flow in and out of the garage with Touchless Technology, assuring a safe, fast, and customer-friendly experience.
Mobile Smart City’s system will allow for a variety of innovative payment options including credit/debit/PayPal/chip card, as well as LPR, mobile and QR Barcode passage.
Mobile Smart City is executing quickly in the rapidly emerging market for Cloud-based, Mobile-app, Touchless, Payment kiosk, and LPR Smart City infrastructure.  The company plans to introduce its highly tested and proven Pango Pulse Cloud Management System to bring real-time access to its customers.

About Mobile Smart City.
Mobile Smart City Corp. a Fintech company specializing in providing mobile touchless payment services for parking, transit, and other city services. Its offerings include mobile payments, enforcement, permits, navigation, and smart routing. Mobile Smart City offers real time enforcement and traffic analytics and is available in more than 60 cities worldwide, serving more than one million active accounts. Invented in 1997, US Patent No. 5,940,481. With its Corporate Headquarters based in FT. Lauderdale, Florida, Mobile Smart City has introduced first- of-its-kind technology in the United States; it has been in use since 2006.
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