Streetline is the most experienced provider of accurate, real-time parking availability and policy with more than 20 years of expertise across deployments in North America and Europe. Deployments include cities and enterprises such as universities, corporate campuses and mobility partners. Our platform powers infrastructure-less sensing, an IoT portfolio, and suite of management tools to support smart parking solutions.
Our employees come from different walks of life, but share a common passion: make parking easy so all can have more time enjoying life. We are a team of creative thinkers, forward leaning innovators, and change-seekers driven to make a positive impact in both our professional and personal lives. We value and support our customers as we do each other, on and off the field, with a shared motto of “Streetline family first”.
Peter has been a trailblazer of innovative technologies and applications for nearly 25 years. He is a subject matter expert on software from open-source to enterprise and from middleware to mobile and web. He is a premier software architect and an early innovator in enterprise portal software holding a key patent related to portal technology. He is the principal solutions architect for the Streetline platform. Peter holds a Bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley where he studied physics and computer science.
Scott is an operations champion and the principal designer of Streetline’s advanced communications hardware, infrastructure and, sensing technologies. He has worked closely with company partners and end user customers to plan, deliver, and maintain numerous scaled rollouts of Streetline systems and services. Over the past 10 years he has directed the installation and maintenance of projects for more than 50 customers and cities. Scott holds a Ph.D. from UC Berkeley.
Taso has 35+ years of business experience in the parking and transportation industry. He has implemented parking innovations in major cities, electronic toll systems such as E-ZPass®, SunPass, and FasTrak®, and intelligent freight management systems nationwide. He led USDOT’s Connected Vehicle program in building the national test bed for Autonomous and Connected Vehicle (CAV) apps-technology. Taso holds a MS degree in IT Systems Management from USC.