Passport Challenges NASA With Mobile Space Initiative

Passport Challenge’s NASA With Mobile Space Initiative

New strategy for space exploration poses threat to NASA


Charlotte, NC – Did you think NASA was the only organization fueling space exploration? Think again. Passport, the leader of mobile technology in North America, is in the process of releasing their 10-month pilot mobile exploration program — SpaceP. The initial pilot program will allow the company to test their product before it is available to the general public.


SpaceP, Passport’s official space exploration app, will enhance exploration initiatives, provide riders with the ability to pay for space exploration with their smartphone, and improve the rider’s experience.


“As a clear leader in the transportation industry, it was only natural that we serve as a pioneer into new frontiers,” said Michael Scully, Chief Product Officer at Passport. “The market is inevitably racing toward space mobility, and we will be first.”


Passport’s enterprise platform, which features parking, transit, permits, and citation management, will now add space mobility to its mobile payment products.


…April Fools!


Although, we aren’t planning on entering the space scene anytime soon — we will never say ‘never’!



Passport is North America’s leading mobile technology company specializing in enterprise business applications and payments for the public and private sector. Passport’s product lines–parking payments, transit payments, enforcement and permit management–collectively serve to deliver dynamic tools for agencies to better connect with their communities. Its services have been adopted by over 20 of the top 50 cities in North America and over 2,000 locations including Chicago, Toronto, Boston, Portland, and Miami. Passport’s mission is to reduce operational complexity and deliver intelligent data to improve decision making for its clients.

Passport is backed by a group of investors, including Grotech Ventures, Relevance Capital, and MK Capital. For more information, please visit