Urbiotica Hardware U-Spot Wireless Parking Sensor

U-Spot Wireless Parking Sensor

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U-Spot Wireless Parking Sensor
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U-Spot is a battery-powered wireless parking sensor which detects the occupancy and rotation in real time as well as the arrival and the departure of any vehicle, enabling the precise calculation of the parking duration, in a specific parking space.
U-Spot is able to instantly detect up to 50 rotations per day and it enables rapid adaptation to changes in its environment in real time. It minimizes the impact of elements that influence with the vehicle detection, such as the presence of vehicles in adjacent spaces, new urban metallic furniture or electromagnetic interferences. Its design makes it suitable for different parking situations (regulated parking, shopping centres, loading and unloading areas, truck parking).

Maintaining the intelligence in the cloud, where sophisticated decision algorithms are applied, means that the sensor does not process any data itself, ensuring a lifetime up to 10 years. Furthermore, any improvement or change can be implemented immediately in all the sensors. This eliminates the management and cost of handling sensors in case of any software updates.

It is possible to install the sensors in both the parking space and on the curb or pavement without having to remove the parked vehicles. It is a wireless installation and requires minimum engineering work.
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Smart parking in Ibiza, Spain
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Parking at Shopping Centre Süd in Vienna, Austria
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With an influx of more than 23 million people, visitors constantly had to deal with tremendous vehicle congestion in the parking area. This meant that they would waste a lot of time looking for a parking space and become more stressed, affecting their willingness to shop. This affected satisfaction in general and they ended up looking for better and quicker parking alternatives. SCS needed to resolve the situation urgently which was causing a decline in the influx of visitors to the Shopping Centre and harming the results of the points of sale.
Regulated Parking Management in Santa Barbara D'Oeste, Brazil
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