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IPMI 2023

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See you at IPMI 2023!

June 11-14, 2023    Fort Worth, TX

CurbIQ will be exhibiting at booth #924. Come by to chat with us about digital curb management.

Take the first step towards digital curbside management

Data Collection

Let CurbIQ’s experts build an inventory of your curbside with our best-in-class surveying technology.

Curb Management Platform

Use CurbIQ’s web-based platform to analyze your curb, test out new configurations, and share regulations with curb users.

Curb Management Consulting

Get complimentary access to CurbIQ’s curb management and parking experts.

Visit the CurbIQ Booth

Enter to Win A Free CurbIQ Starter Kit

Visit the CurbIQ team at Booth #924 for a chance to win a free trial.

This limited offer for IPMI 2023 includes:

  • 5 miles of curb surveying
  • 4 months of access to CurbIQ’s curb management platform
  • 15 hours of complimentary curb management consulting

Check out the curbside regulations around the conference centre.


The Guide to Curb Management

Visit the guide to find out how good curb management can reduce conflicts at the curb. Create happier, healthier cities by easing mobility hardships, increasing economic output, and minimize injuries between users. Understand the optimal use of your curb with a digital curbside management solution by collecting, analyzing, and acting on the data.

Learn More

Collaborating with CurbIQ to facilitate a pilot project in various communities in Los Angeles provided the opportunity to understand the capabilities of their augmented mobile mapping solution for digitizing curb regulations in different urban contexts. CurbIQ’s data collection process and platform for visualizing curb data provides public agencies with a powerful tool to manage the increasing demands for curb space, as a result of new mobility options. Throughout our partnership, the CurbIQ team was collaborative, thoughtful, and excited to test their solutions in new contexts to gain insights to improve solutions for cities.

– Rogelio Pardo, Former Program Director, Urban Movement Labs