What is “smart parking”? It’s all about data: information on how parking spots are used; how much time people spend using them; whether or not the spaces are unused for extended periods of time. You can only make smart decisions if you have the correct information.
There are a lot of reasons why you will want to make your parking spaces smarter. Where should you start? The best way to measure a complex thing is to break it down into individual parts. Let’s start with an overview of the individual parts of parking.
Displays, VMS (Video Message Signs) and VMP (Video Message Panels)
Violation control systems
All the individual parts need to be able to communicate with each other.
This can be done with an API (Application Programming Interface).
Parquery's smart parking solution provides the following features
Only one camera is needed to monitor a large outdoor parking lot.
Parking officers receive notifications if vehicles are parked on delivery areas.
Parquery detects vehicles indoor or outdoor.
Parquery detects if reserved parking spots are used.
Parquery complements the portfolio of payment companies.
Parquery complements the portfolio of phone payment parking companies.
Parquery directs drivers to available parking spots in parking lots equipped with barriers.
Parquery identifies if a vehicle is parked but not charging. Real-time alerts are sent to facility managers.
Parking managers receive alerts in the event vehicles are wrongly parked, such as on the street (double parking).
Parquery detects when vehicles are wrongly parked, such as on two parking spots.
Real-time alerts are sent to parking officers in the event vehicles are wrongly parked, e.g. on the sidewalk.
Parking officers receive notifications if vehicles are parked on specific spots, such as delivery areas.