Smart parking app Anagog, the developer of the world’s largest crowdsourced parking network, is this year’s winner for the ‘Best Mobile Innovation in Automotive Award’ at the 2016 Mobile World Congress. Anagog won the prize for its crowdsourced technology.
“Our congratulations to all of the winners and nominees of the GSMA’s Glomo Awards this week of Mobile World Congress,” said Michael O’Hara, Chief Marketing Officer, GSMA. “In what was a remarkably wide field of more than 930 entrants, narrowed to 170 nominees, it is truly an outstanding achievement to have been selected by our esteemed judging panels. We thank all of our entrants, judges, sponsors and partners for supporting the 21st Glomo Awards.”
“We are really excited to receive this award,” said Ofer Tziperman, CEO for Anagog. “This was a result of an unbelievable team work at Anagog over a long time. The fast adoption of our mobility status technology by so many app developers from all over the world, gave us the opportunity to provide an exciting fast growing crowdsourced parking service. I would like to thank the GSMA for recognizing the innovation that we bring to the mobile market with our technology. And obviously a special thanks to each and every one of our talented and dedicated engineers who made it possible.”
The award was announced as part of the GSMA’s Glomo Awards in the Connected Life category at the Barcelona happening.
Anagog was founded by Gil Levy and Yaron Aizenbud in 2010 and used the first years to develop and perfect the mobility status. The Tel Aviv-based company has filed 12 patents to date and is currently developing a set of additional related advanced technologies and services.
Israeli companies have come out on top in years past at the MWC, the world’s largest mobile showcase. In 2015, Fansino won ‘Best App of the Year.’ In 2014, PointGrab, the makers of the CamMe app– which enables users to take selfies from afar – won for Most Innovative Mobile App.