LocoMobi Launches its Dynamic Intelligent Lane Controller (patent pending)

November 11, 2016 -Toronto, Canada

LocoMobi is pleased to announce the release of its Dynamic Intelligent  Controller (D-ILC) – an industry agnostic versatile device that lends live data and minute by minute control, ensuring total security and revenue control.

The D-ILC is a proactive holistic solution to an otherwise reactive and fragmented operative structure in a spectrum of industries. For example take a parking garage setting: the operators typically manage numerous different hardware devices and connections for various purposes – Proxy card RFID readers; lane counters, license plate recognition cameras, revenue control systems, ticket readers, etc. Each device needing its own controller, as well as  individual connectivity to the internet, wifi, or cellular. Such structure can result in a tangled, expensive, and difficult to manage system. The complexity further worsens as customers add new sensors such as CO, lights, humidity, and temperature.

Our D-ILC is a single, compact device. It connects to a range of devices and sensors, controls their configuration, settings and health, and enables all these to connect to various communication channels and interface to a broad set of applications  It also plugs into any legacy devices, enabling them to connect easily to the cloud for the first time, bringing the internet of things vision to any parking installation and giving operators the power to be one step ahead.


This controller packs a powerful punch with Quad Core processor and over 1TB of expandable storage. The power is there to multi-process all your needs in a lane or multiple lanes for parking and transportation. Imagine controlling RFID, card readers, counts, signs – in one or all modes of communication you choose including, Wi-Fi, GPRS, or RJ-45 ethernet. Use one communication option or all can be combined for backup redundancy. And while you are controlling the users and counts add the ability to use our sensor inputs for such things as carbon monoxide, lights, humidity, temperature and other important sensing needs. Qualified to handle up to 96 card readers and 127 different devices, the D-ILC also has local and global anti-passback features via the cloud.

“In the age of real time cloud convergence businesses do not want but NEED live data that keeps their hand on the pulse and facilitates optimal security and revenue management. Real-time information means critical and accurate real-time decisions”, says Grant Furlane, CEO of LocoMobi. “Many parking and transportation operations require the ability to utilize dynamic pricing through yield management. Using stagnated data from shared databases is an acceptable approach but this solution takes it a step further into real-time.”

The controller enables any facility to take their system “LIVE” to the cloud. Easily integrated into new or existing sensors, the D-ILC is setup to work with a comprehensive set of applications, making this the most versatile controller of its kind, yielding impeccable control in a single device that fits in the palm of your hand.

About LocoMobi

LocoMobi, Inc. is reinventing parking and transportation technology in the era of cloud, mobile, low-cost hardware and the Internet of Things. LocoMobi was the first to offer a cloud-based license plate recognition (LPR) system, with a complete revenue engine that also provides a management system for virtual permitting systems, violation and citation management. In addition, LocoMobi designs and implements a complete suite of traditional parking systems. This, combined with its state-of-the-art LPR system, has significantly increased the parking assets of its partners, which include major parking operators across North America.

LocoMobi’s innovations have garnered it worldwide attention after being awarded for 2014 TiE50 Best New Technology, Silicon Valley’s premier annual award ceremony, contested by thousands of technology start-ups worldwide.

For more information please visit our website at www.locomobi.com or contact grant@locomobi.com.