Parking Angels

Launching 2016

Parking Angels is a crowdsourced mobile application that will eliminate parking tickets, protect drivers from being towed, and will become a driver’s most trusted driving companion.

A practical and easy-to-use app for drivers, Parking Angels will debut as a galvanizing movement for citizens tired of confusing parking signs and aggressive parking regulations. Crowd-sourced photography of local street parking and other signage will be collected with smartphones. Parking Angels will use its decryption and location system to map all collected information, providing specific block-by-block guidance, advice and warnings to drivers before they are in violation.

David Waddleton, Inventor, Founder and CEO
Mr. Waddleton is the driving force behind product concept, design, development and Parking Angels’ infrastructure. Mr. Waddleton has 10 years of entrepreneurial experience in the establishment and growth of start-up businesses. Most recently, he founded and built hotbartendersla.com, which provides substantial funding for the development of Parking Angels. He holds a B.S Degree with pre-medicine requisites from Louisiana State University.

Eric Perez, Senior Software Engineer
Mr. Perez is a cofounder at VisionReached, a development house that specializes in lean startup methods for launching apps. Mr. Perez has been CTO for LocalHitz.net, CarSnap.It, SeatCaster, and other startups. He has experience building mobile applications, web applications, and APIs. His background in high-traffic, consumer-facing e-commerce websites has given him the knowledge and experience to design secure and highly scalable applications.

Adam Webber, UX/UI Product Development
Mr. Webber is a cofounder at VisionReached, a development house that specializes in lean startup methods for launching apps. Mr. Webber has been the lead UX/UI and Product Development for LocalHitz.net, SpotOmatic.tv, CarSnap.it, SeatCaster and many other startups. He has been developing apps and web platforms for the past 10 years.

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