We at Smart Traffic Systems are glad to announce that we have won one more project at The ‘Q Central’ car park located at 10 Norbrik Drive, Bella Vista. The complex, being located opposite the Norwest Private Hospital, gets busy throughout the day and the visitor car park does not do justice to the large number of commuters entering into the car park in search for a parking spot. With a limited number of only 28 parking bays available, it gets extremely difficult for someone to predict if there are any parking bays available inside the car park. On top, the car park has a just one turning bay, and hence if you are in, it takes quite a while to make your way out in case you do not manage to find parking. This creates long queues at the car park entrance which sometimes extends up to the main road. The car park management approached us if anything could be done to help the situation. We have offered an indoor parking guidance solution to our client which would significantly reduce traffic in the car park. The proposed solution comprises of 28 ultrasonic sensors which monitors the occupancy status for each parking bay and comes with a Red/Green LED indicator to represent its status. This information is displayed on a LED Signage at the entrance of the car park and commuters will know in advance that how many parking bays are available at the car park. As a result, if the car park is full, one doesn’t need to go all the way in, in search for a parking bay. This will significantly reduce the traffic load on the car park during the peak hours of the day. On top, the car park management has the option to ‘reserve’ a spot if required. With the system in place, we expect the commuters at Q Central will have a hassle-free parking experience.
We at Smart Traffic Systems are delighted to announce that we just finished our 3rd project in Sydney at the Kogarah Childcare Center Carpark. The childcare center has 4 visitor car parking bays and as per the council requirements, a parking guidance system was needed to be installed for continuous monitoring of the car park. We have supplied 4 ultrasonic sensors which are capable of monitoring individual parking bays. The sensors come with LED lights for the commuters to differentiate between an available and a pre-occupied bay. The question lies here why is there a need of this system at the very first place? Well, the driveway to the car park is extremely narrow and barely two cars can pass. The outdoor signage which comes with the system displays the availability of the number of parking bays in the car park. Now, imagine a situation when there was no parking guidance system installed. The commuters have to drive into the car park and if they do not find a parking bay, they have to reverse out all the way to the main street. With the system installed, commuters would straight away know whether the car park is full or not. We are looking forward to get more of these projects done in the coming months and aim to revolutionize the concept of parking for our customers.
Would you agree to the fact that in this digital age Parking Control and Monitoring for supermarkets should be obligatory? The aimless search for a parking space is annoying as well as costs time.
Apart from guiding customers to the nearest parking spot, wireless vehicle detection sensors provide real time data and alerts to the central monitoring system.
ParkGard® Ultrasonic sensor PU-02-3 Drive-through vehicle sensor
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