See just a few examples of the usability of our solution.
Parking slots for disabled are often taken illegally.
We can deploy our detectors and embed them into parking slots for disabled. Then we deploy special electronic permit cards to the disabled. The card needs to be placed inside the car. Once all this is done, we can monitor violators (people parking in slots for disabled without permit card) in real time and notify parking enforcement that can collect the fines.
The residents are fed up with cruising around when all parking slots are taken.
We can deploy our detectors and embed them into parking slots for the residents in residential zones or condominiums. In combination with permit cards, it’s the most efficient protection against unauthorized parking. The notifications about violations can be sent immediately either to owners (the resident) or directly to towing companies. We can also enable sharing such parking slots for visitors or neighbors
Having detectors on delicate places is a very good idea. The police or the parking enforcement is notified immediately after a car is parked or stopped at that place. Some spaces can be taken only by designated car or group (police, firemen, ambulances, etc.). We can deploy electronic permit cards for these purposes. Our technology can monitor such places, for example, in front of crosswalks, trash bins, or even parking on the pavement, etc. and enhance parking policy enforcement by fining the violators in a very efficient way.
Cities and parking lot owners are losing a lot of income from overstay parking.
We can deploy our detectors and embed them into special parking slots, such as short-term parking or expensive city center parking. This matters Because we can see if time-limited parking interval is overextended (and blocking the parking slot for someone else) or even not paid. With our platform we are able to set accurate parking policy and monitor time limited zones in city centers. Thanks to this, city police can easily collect parking fines.