Streetline is the leader in accurate, real-time parking policy and availability. We believe accurate availability and policy information are critical to user acceptance and support of smart parking systems and support the ability of parking managers to establish prices that optimize revenue from their parking assets. Streetline’s Open Inference Platform is technology agnostic, utilizing all available data sources to deliver a guaranteed minimum parking availability accuracy of more than 90 percent. Headquartered in California’s Silicon Valley, Streetline is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kapsch TrafficCom, a global provider of intelligent transportation systems in the fields of tolling, traffic management, smart urban mobility, traffic safety and security and connected vehicles.
Smart Parking Product Line Strategy Leadership
ITS World Congress Hall of Fame
Global Cleantech 100
Best Mobile App For Smart Cities
Mashable’s Top City Parking Apps
FAST Company, 10 Most Innovative Companies in Transportation
IBM Global, Entrepreneur of the Year
Streetline is the most experienced provider of accurate, real-time parking availability and policy with more than 12 years of expertise across deployments in North America and Europe. Deployments include cities and enterprises such as universities, corporate campuses and mobility partners. Our Open Inference Platform powers our infrastructure-less sensing solution, IoT portfolio and suite of management tools to support our clients’ smart parking solutions.
Our employees come from different walks of life, but share a common goal: make parking easy so we can spend more time enjoying life. We have assembled a team of creative thinkers, innovators and change-seekers committed to making a positive impact in both our professional and personal lives. We support each other on the field (in the office) and off the field (from sailing races to Hawaii, rock climbing competitions, learning new cooking recipes and the kids’ soccer games – the list goes on).
Gerhard serves as non-executive chairman of Kapsch TrafficCom U.S. Holding Corp and the president of the Streetline. Prior to Kapsch, he served at Booz Allen in their global transportation, industrial and telecommunication practice and on the Board of Directors of several global industrial companies. In 2007, Fortune’s Small Business Magazine selected Gerhard as one of the top 18 U.S. professors in entrepreneurship. Gerhard holds a Ph.D. from the Vienna University of Economics & Business Administration, as well as an engineering degree in telecommunication from the Polytechnic Institute in Vienna.
Peter has been working with innovative technologies for nearly 20 years and has managed software teams for more than 10 years. He has worked on, and with, most varieties of software: from open-source to enterprise, and from middleware to mobile and web. He was a software architect and manager at Epicentric, an early innovator in enterprise portal software, for which he was awarded a key patent related to portal technology. Peter earned a degree from the physics department at UC Berkeley, as well as a minor in computer science.
With nearly two decades of experience, Ali leads the accounting and finance functions at Streetline. Prior to Streetline, Ali worked as a finance leader within executive teams at various high technology companies in Silicon Valley, ranging from early stage to Fortune 500 companies. Ali began his career with Ernst & Young LLP, and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Biology, and a Bachelors of Commerce in Accounting, from the University of Alberta in Canada. Ali is an active member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta, the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants, and is a Certified Public Accountant.
Taso has 35+ years of program management experience in the parking and transportation industry. He has implemented parking solutions in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Denver, electronic toll systems such as E-ZPass®, SunPass, and FasTrak®, and led photo-enforcement initiatives nationwide. He served as Program Manager for USDOT’s Connected Vehicle program, building the national test bed for R&D of Autonomous and Connected Vehicle apps-technology. Taso also served on committees for the Transportation Research Board, American Association of State Highway Authorities, ITS America, and for the National Defense Transportation Association. Taso holds a MS degree in IT Systems Management from USC.
Duke is a leader in the parking industry with more than 12 years of service on the International Parking and Mobility Institute's (IPMI) boards of directors and advisors, including serving as a charter member of IPMI’s parking technology committee and recipient of the 2018 IPMI Chair Award. Duke’s more than 45-year career in parking began with the District of Columbia’s Bureau of Parking and includes tenure at Lockheed Martin, ACS State and Local Solutions, Duncan Solutions and Paylock. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Duke University and is a graduate of the Lockheed Advanced Institute in Carlsbad, CA.
Scott is principal designer of Streetline’s field operations processes and has worked closely with customers and company partners to deliver the scaled rollout of Streetline systems. He has managed the installation and maintenance of projects in more than 40 cities over 5 years. Scott holds a Ph.D. from UC Berkeley.
Lisa is an accomplished, hands-on HR leader with more than 15 years of experience leading the talent management function in global technology organizations, including several start-ups, public and private companies. She is an expert in providing practical solutions to create or rebrand the people experience through enhanced communications which help her portfolio of clients maximize efficiency, reduce unnecessary expense, minimize risk and assure legal compliance. Lisa resides in the San Francisco Bay Area. Outside of the office you can find her running, hiking, skiing and experiencing fine travel and culinary opportunities.
Kevin Kruke is a nationally recognized expert in public policy, specializing in surface transportation. He served in senior leadership positions at the Highway Users Federation and The American Trucking Associations. Earlier he served as special assistant to President Ronald Reagan and deputy director for public liaison at the White House and also served as the congressional relations officer for highway mobility for U.S. Transportation Secretary Elizabeth Dole. He’s a native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and holds a Bachelor of Arts University of Wisconsin and a Master of Philosophy degree from the George Washington University.